The joint solution of GitHub and Azure, combined with the power of Visual Studio, can create order for previously staggered workflows and delayed deployments.
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As part of our Fabric Community Hub—a virtual hangout for Fabric users to connect with community members, ask questions, and learn—we’ve developed the Fabric Career Hub. It’s your all-in-one repository for Fabric know-how, featuring every learning resource we have to help you ditch the data silos, streamline your workflows, and unleash the hidden potential of your information.
Today, thousands of organizations around the world are using Azure OpenAI service to drive meaningful business impact for people and society. We are seeing increased usage from AI-first startups like DeepBrain, Perplexity, and SymphonyAI, as well as the world’s biggest companies.
What is needed, and what we are building in Azure, is a single AI-enhanced operations and innovation platform for developing highly distributed applications that reveal insights and accelerate transformation.
2023 was an emblematic year of growth for storage and data services with AI at the top of mind for many customers. Azure customers’ overall data estate continued to grow, powered by the emergence of new workloads and access patterns.
We are now in the second year of the era of AI. The first year was full of excitement and experimentation, giving all of us a glimpse into the powerful potential of AI to revolutionize experiences for customers, improve employee productivity, and ignite a sense of wonder.
Organizations of all sizes are embracing cloud computing to enhance their operations, optimize resource utilization, and gain a competitive edge. However, navigating the complexities of cloud adoption and ensuring optimal performance can be a daunting task. This is where the Azure Enablement Show steps in, providing valuable resources for businesses seeking to unlock the full potential of cloud computing.
In our LLMOps blog series, we’ve explored various dimensions of Large Language Models (LLMs) and their responsible use in AI operations. Elevating our discussion, we now introduce the LLMOps maturity model, a vital compass for business leaders.
At the Developer Experience Lab, a joint Microsoft and GitHub research initiative, we saw this play out globally during the pandemic which led us to a revelation: the best way to help developers achieve more is not by expecting more, but by improving their experience.
We’re honored to announce that Microsoft has been named a Leader in the 2023 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Container Management*. We believe that this recognition validates our end-to-end approach for developing and deploying enterprise-grade, cloud-native apps that run on Azure, in datacenters, or at the edge.