Today, we are announcing price reduction for a range of Azure services when purchased through our website, effective immediately.
Continuing the partnership between Microsoft and SAP and our commitment to our customers, we are proud to announce new certifications. Starting today, you can run SAP Business Suite, Business All-In-One, and NetWeaver Application Server using Oracle DB or SAP ASE on Azure.
We announced the Azure Search Public Preview a few weeks ago and we are getting some great feedback!
This blog will teach you how to setup ModSecurity firewall rules for your Azure Websites applications.
Last year at Oracle OpenWorld we announced a partnership to run Oracle software on Microsoft Azure so that Oracle customers can run their enterprise applications in a globally available cloud platform and get the economic and agility benefits that come with it.
Microsoft Azure Media Services is very excited to announce our first Media in the Cloud Summit at the iconic Dolby Theatre in LA on Tuesday, October 21st from 12-5pm.
To help you learn how to manage the health of your online services we have developed the Storage Monitoring, Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Guide. This includes prescriptive guidance on monitoring and diagnosing problems related to health, availability, performance and capacity – as well as actionable troubleshooting guidance for the top issues that ourselves and our support teams face when working with customers.
We’re thrilled to announce that on September 18th Seattle Business magazine announced Microsoft Azure as the 2014 Tech Impact Awards winner in the Cloud Computing category.
This blog post helps resolve common configuration issues with the Microsoft Cloud Backup Solution, Azure Backup. Customers typically encounter them at the time of Azure Backup installation or registration.
We are releasing another preview of the Microsoft Azure WebJobs SDK, which was introduced by Scott Hanselman. This release has the same general feature set as 0.6.0-beta and bug fixes.
This post announces support for new D-Series sizes Virtual Machines for Azure.