As part of the recent TechEd announcements, Azure announced the integration of Visual Studio Release Manager Extension with Azure Ibiza Portal using the Azure VM Extension model.
Today, I am happy to announce that you can now use a Docker client directly from your Windows machine to manage containers running on Linux hosts.
The Azure Big Compute team is attending SC14 this week, the annual conference for high performance computing and analysis.
In this post, learn about the new CloudLink SecureVM Agent extension and how to use it to encrypt your VM disks
In June, Microsoft Azure added support for Docker containers on Linux VMs to ease deployment of Dockerized applications into the cloud and just over two weeks ago we announced Windows Server Containers and Azure Support for Docker Open Orchestration APIs.
While Windows “Shared Disk Failover Cluster” is not yet supported for Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines, 3rd-party software SIOS Datakeeper can be used as an alternative. As a sample use case, this post describes how to make a file share highly available.
At TechEd Europe 2014 Azure announced support for Octopus Deploy, providing the ability to create Azure Virtual Machines with Octopus components pre-installed was one of the top requested features on Azure User Voice and we are very excited to provide this functionality!
Just as Azure continues to release new cloud services at a rapid pace, it is also driving innovation in data protection, threat defense, network security, and identity and access management.
We are just getting back and what a great week in Barcelona at TechEd EMEA with Docker! After just two weeks from our announcement outlining a deep partnership, Docker became the highlight of many parts of the Microsoft event.
At the 2014 TechEd EMEA conference, Microsoft Azure announced the availability of Microsoft Antimalware for Azure Cloud Services and Virtual Machines solution for Windows.