Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Preview SDKs are available for multiple languages and platforms including Java, Python, Go and Ruby SDKs.
Recently I was onsite to talk about and demonstrate some of Microsoft’s latest research and innovations, and share more about how we leverage software defined networking (SDN) to power Microsoft Azure.
Consistent use of tags on Compute, Network, and Storage resources created through the Azure Resource Manager allows organizations to track their usage in a new way. By analyzing your tagged Azure resources and usage data, powerful consumption insights can be gained – insights that can enable better cost management and allocation throughout your organization.
If you’ve experimented with Microsoft Azure, or are already using it for some of your IT functionality, you may be ready to take that next step and integrate your infrastructure with Azure.
Today, I'm excited to deliver a keynote talk at the Open Networking Summit, where I’ll be talking about how Microsoft is leveraging software-defined networking to power one of the largest public clouds in the world.
In this post, we'll discuss how to run Azure CLI as a container through a newly published Docker Hub image and demonstrate how to take advantage of Azure CLI Docker image to quickly start managing your Azure services by using a single command.
This week at Ignite, we announced several new Azure networking services and features that makes Azure more powerful than ever before. These capabilities will let you design your network topologies with more control and agility.
To help decrease the amount of time required to extend your datacenter to Azure, we’ve published the Datacenter extension reference architecture diagram.