30 July 2019
In recent weeks, we’ve been talking about the many reasons why Windows Server and SQL Server customers choose Azure. Security is a major concern when moving to the cloud, and Azure gives you the tools and resources you need to address those concerns.
11 July 2019
Last July, I shared our approach to helping customers migrate to Azure. Today, we are bringing together a best practice-based, holistic experience for migrating existing applications and systems to Azure.
08 July 2019
Tomorrow, July 9, 2019, marks the end of extended support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2. These releases transformed the database industry, with all the core components of a database platform built-in at a fraction of the cost of other databases.
21 March 2019
We recently shared the public preview of the Windows Virtual Desktop service on Azure.
14 January 2019
The beginning of a new year is always a time to reflect on our plans. At Microsoft, with the end of support for 2008 servers looming, we’ve been thinking about how we can help you with your server refresh journey. How can we enable you to take advantage of all the cutting-edge innovations available in Azure?
27 November 2018
For the past 25 years, companies of every size have trusted Windows Server and SQL Server to run their business-critical workloads. In fact, more than 70 percent of on-premises server workloads today run on Windows Server.
01 November 2017
What a great day! Back in June, we announced Windows Server was joining the Semi-Annual Channel release cadence to deliver innovation at a faster pace. Two weeks ago at Ignite, we announced Windows…
10 May 2017
Many of you have existing workloads either already running inside containers, or are moving to containers as the first step to run in the cloud. Running a traditional application inside containers is…
20 August 2015
Today we are excited to announce that Microsoft and Mesosphere are partnering to bring the Mesos’ highly scalable and elastic container orchestration to the world by porting directly to Windows Server.
25 February 2015
Although 75% of IT professionals are aware that support for Windows Server 2003 is ending July 14, 2015, there's still a lot of questions about just how urgent the need to move is.