Virtual Machines

Turning to a new chapter of Windows Server innovation


Today, on January 14, 2020, as Windows Server 2008 /R2 reaches its end of support, we’re beginning a new chapter of innovation in Windows Server technologies that enable our customers to modernize their IT, both in the cloud and on-premises. If you are running business-critical workloads on this popular operating system we recommend that you take the necessary steps to protect these workloads.

Director, Windows Server and Azure Product Marketing

影響がゼロまたは影響の少ないメンテナンス テクノロジの進化の変遷


この記事では、7 月のブログ記事からスタートした「信頼性」シリーズを引き続きお届けし、信頼できる一連のクラウド サービスの提供を目指す当社の取り組みの一環として、プラットフォームの可用性の継続的な向上を目的とした進行中のイニシアチブをいくつかご紹介します。

Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Azure

Introducing maintenance control for platform updates


We are taking a look at the preview of a maintenance control feature for platform updates on Azure Dedicated Host and Isolated virtual machines. Using this feature customers can take control of host updates for a period of 35-days in a rolling window. At public preview we are making CLI, PowerShell, APIs available. Portal will come later.

Senior Program Manager, Azure Compute

Azure Backup の SQL Server 2019 のサポートおよびファイルとしての復元


SQL Server 2019 が可用性、パフォーマンス、およびデータ インテリジェンスの限界を押し上げる中、そのデータをすべて確実に保護するために、一元管理される、エンタープライズ規模のバックアップ ソリューションが必要不可欠になっています。

Program Manager II, Azure Backup

Finastra “did not expect the low RPO” of Azure Site Recovery DR


Today’s question and answer style post covers an interview between Siddharth Deekshit, Program Manager, Azure Site Recovery engineering and Bryan Heymann, Head of Cloud Architecture, Finastra. Finastra builds and deploys technology on its open software architecture, our conversation focused on the organization’s journey to replace several disparate disaster recovery technologies with Azure Site Recovery.

Program Manager II, Azure Site Recovery