Announcing public preview for template-based deployments of Compute, Networking and Storage, using the Azure Resource Manager to transform building, deploying and managing large-scale complex applications into simple actions.
A few weeks back, we announced the availability of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 and LCS Solutions in the Azure Marketplace. Within a single portal, you can discover, deploy, and manage Microsoft Dynamics on Azure.
In order for us to deliver a superior experience for leveraging Azure as your Disaster Recovery site, we brought together a broad range of expertise from multiple teams. With what we’ve been able to achieve together, we see Azure Site Recovery (ASR) has an exciting new beginning.
As an enabling technology for AoD, Azure Site Recovery provides a unified solution to replicate Hyper-V and VMware virtual machines and physical servers to Azure, enabling workload-aware recovery and migration for your heterogeneous IT environments.
This article shows how to leverage Azure SIte Recover and SQL Always On Availability Groups for end to end Application Recovery
As a part of our partnership, Microsoft has worked with the Docker community to port the Docker client to Windows, making it easy to manage Docker hosts and containers for those using Windows as their development machines.
To help decrease the amount of time required to extend your datacenter to Azure, we’ve published the Datacenter extension reference architecture diagram.
As the cloud evolves, containers are emerging as an attractive way for developers to quickly and efficiently build and deploy these applications at the speed of business.
In this blog post we will take a look at the mechanism of service healing/auto-recovery in Azure when a failure does occur.
This post will describe one of the new features we’ve added to help reduce the impact of Planned Maintenance.