30 September 2020
While 2020 may be keeping you on your toes, September should help make your life a little bit easier with the general availability of AWS support in Azure Cost Management + Billing, allowing you to manage all your Azure and AWS costs in a single place; the preview of cost allocation, streamlining your internal chargeback process; and many, many new cost optimization tips and tricks, including a new retail, PAYG pricing API, new Advisor recommendations, and specific guidance for organizations using Azure SQL or Azure Backup. You won't want to miss this update!
16 September 2020
As businesses continue to adapt to the realities of the current environment, operational resilience has never been more important. As a result, a growing number of customers have accelerated a move to the cloud, using Microsoft Azure NetApp Files to power critical pieces of their IT infrastructure, like Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, SAP applications, and mission critical databases.
01 September 2020
Achieving cost efficiency in your cloud usage is more critical today than ever before.
At Azure Backup, we are committed to helping you optimize your backup costs. Over the last few months, we have…
27 July 2020
To enable customers to run NFS based applications at scale, we are announcing the preview of NFS 3.0 protocol support for Azure Blob storage.
27 July 2020
This post is designed to get you thinking about how best to validate typical failure conditions, including examples of how we at Microsoft validate our own systems.
16 July 2020
Today, we’re announcing the general availability of—enabling you to migrate your existing on-premises Windows and Linux-based clustered environments to Azure. We’re also announcing important new disk enhancements to provide you with more availability, security, and flexibility on Azure.
15 July 2020
Azure Blob storage is a massively scalable object storage solution that serves from small amounts to hundreds of petabytes of data per customer across a diverse set of data types including logging, documents, media, genomics, seismic processing, and much more.
18 June 2020
Azure provides native cloud solutions for customers to implement simple, secure and cost-effective business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) strategies for their applications and data whether they are on-premises or on Azure.
18 June 2020
Virtual machine bursting, which is enabled by default, offers you the ability to achieve higher throughput for a short duration on your virtual machine instance with no additional steps or cost.
10 June 2020
Protecting your production data is critical for any business. That’s why Azure Files has a multi-layered approach to ensuring your data is highly available, backed up, and recoverable.