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Future-ready IoT implementations on Microsoft Azure

22 September, 2022

Gartner has positioned Microsoft as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Industrial IoT Platforms for the second year in a row. And Frost and Sullivan named the platform the Global IoT platform of the year. In 2022, Microsoft continues to double down on Azure services to provide enterprises with business-critical IoT solutions.

Vice President and General Manager, Microsoft Azure IoT, Edge, AI
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New Azure Space products enable digital resiliency and empower the industry

Wednesday, 14 September 2022

Since the launch of Azure Space two years ago, we’ve announced partnerships, products, and tools that have focused on how we can bring together the power of the cloud with the possibilities of space. Today, we are introducing the next wave of product advancements for this mission and announcing specific ways in which we are democratizing space and empowering our partners.

EVP, Strategic Missions and Technologies

Scalable management of virtualized RAN with Kubernetes

Wednesday, 5 October 2022

At Microsoft, we believe our Azure system and network management tools and expertise can be repurposed to manage and optimize telecommunication infrastructure as well. Here we describe some of the more interesting technologies that fit into the management of a cloud-based telecommunications infrastructure.

Microsoft Technical Fellow and Chief Technology Officer, Azure for Operators

Azure Firewall Basic now in preview

Tuesday, 4 October 2022

Azure Firewall Basic is a new SKU of Azure Firewall designed to meet the needs of SMBs by providing enterprise-grade protection of their cloud environment at an affordable price point. It is a cloud-native, highly available, stateful firewall-as-a-service offering that enables customers to centrally govern and log all of their traffic flows with essential capabilities at scale.

Senior Product Manager, Azure Networking

Advancing anomaly detection with AIOps—introducing AiDice

Monday, 3 October 2022

We introduce AiDice, a novel anomaly detection algorithm developed jointly by Microsoft Research and Microsoft Azure that identifies anomalies in large-scale, multi-dimensional time series data. AiDice captures incidents quickly and provides engineers with important context that helps them diagnose issues more effectively, providing the best experience possible for end customers.

Chief Technology Officer and Technical Fellow, Microsoft Azure

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