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OLA's Bhavish Aggarwal Shifts Workload From Microsoft Azure To Krutim

The Founder of OLA Bhavish Aggarwal has recently announced, that the entire workload of this ride-sharing app has shifted from Microsoft Azure cloud service to the company’s own ‘Krutrim’. Taking to X, he announced, “Done. As committed, Azure spend is now 0. All workloads on @Krutrim cloud. Watch Here: – Done. As committed, Azure spend […]

Bhavish Aggarwal (File Photo)
Bhavish Aggarwal (File Photo)

The Founder of OLA Bhavish Aggarwal has recently announced, that the entire workload of this ride-sharing app has shifted from Microsoft Azure cloud service to the company’s own ‘Krutrim’.

Taking to X, he announced, “Done. As committed, Azure spend is now 0. All workloads on @Krutrim cloud.

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He further announced, that he also will aid other developers in moving to their own Indian stack.

Later, he also declared, that in coming weeks, he’ll be working with everyone to get into krutim cloud service.

“More than 2,500 devs have signed up!! Will be working with everyone to get onto our cloud services over the coming weeks.”

This development comes around the time, when just last month, Linkdeln deleted his post without notification, where OLA’s CEO called ‘gender pronoun’ culture as “illness.”

As a result, OLA’s CEO announced, he’ll move his entire workload from Microsoft-owned Azure to company’s very own krutim within one week.

Earlier, he also criticized Linkdeln, where he accused the latter’s AI tool of the imposition of political ideology on Indian users which is allegedly “unsafe and sinister”.

Then taking to twitter, he announced through a post, that Indians don’t need lectures on inclusivity. “We don’t need lectures from western companies on how to be inclusive”- said Bhavish Agarwal.

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