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Announcing new AMD EPYC™-based Azure Virtual Machines

7 August, 2019

Microsoft is committed to giving our customers industry-leading performance for all their workloads. After being the first global cloud provider to announce the deployment of AMD EPYC™ based Azure Virtual Machines in 2017, we’ve been working together to continue bringing the latest innovation to enterprises.

Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Azure
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Rapidly develop blockchain solutions, but avoid the complexities

August 12, 2019

After first emerging as the basis for the Bitcoin protocol, blockchain has since gained momentum as a way to digitize business processes that extend beyond the boundaries of a single organization. While digital currencies use the shared ledger to track transactions and balances, enterprises are coming together to use the ledger in a different way.

Principal Manufacturing Industry Lead, Azure Industry Experiences Team

Building resilient Azure ExpressRoute connectivity for business continuity and disaster recovery

August 8, 2019

Moving business-critical workloads demand a disaster recovery strategy not only for the frontend network connectivity to the workloads, but also for backend network connectivity directly to organizations. We share the best practices, architecture, and Azure Networking features that help maximize high availability and ExpressRoute connectivity for disaster recovery. The architecture leverages existing geo-redundant ExpressRoute circuits of an organization additionally for disaster recovery.

Program Manager, Azure Networking

Overcoming language difficulties with AI and Azure services

August 8, 2019

Ever hear the Abbot and Costello routine, “Who’s on first?” It’s a masterpiece of American English humor. But what if it we translated it into another language? With a word-by-word translation, most of what English speakers laugh at, would be lost.

Principal Healthcare Program Manager, Industry Experiences

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