09 March 2016
Today at the Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit in San Jose, Microsoft announced a fully open sourced ‘Software for Open Networking in the Cloud (SONiC)’ for running network devices like switches, built in collaboration with leading networking industry vendors Arista, Broadcom, Dell and Mellanox.
01 December 2015
The Azure team has been working closely with credativ to curate official Debian images for the Azure Gallery and Marketplace and today we’re pleased to announce the availability of Debian GNU/Linux as an endorsed distribution in the Azure Marketplace in collaboration with credativ.
19 November 2015
The support for PHP7 is provided as an experimental feature, and is considered unsupported at a Platform level, as PHP7 is still currently in a release candidate state. This enables you to start testing PHP7 and provide feedback to both the PHP Community and the Azure Web Apps team.
18 November 2015
As Azure has grown its open source presence, we've had to learn to use GitHub at enterprise scale. Along the way we've built tooling to help using Microsoft Azure services while adopting, contributing to and releasing open source.
02 November 2015
We are pleased to announce the general availability of Cloud Foundry and preview access of Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Azure.
21 October 2015
The App Service Mobile .NET Server SDK is now open source on GitHub! We develop all Azure Mobile SDKs in the open, and welcome community contributions.
17 September 2015
The Azure Cloud Switch (ACS) is a cross-platform modular operating system for data center networking built on Linux.
09 September 2015
The Azure SQL Database Elastic Database Client Library is now available as open source software on GitHub.
14 July 2015
Starting on July 15th we are pleased to announce the availability of limited support for major Linux distributions, third party and Open source technologies on Azure.
04 March 2015
The new Linux and Open-Source Computing page is live! This page is a comprehensive collection of documentation and tutorials for running Linux and open-source workloads on Azure.