Open-source technologies have had a profound impact on the world of AI and machine learning, enabling developers, data scientists, and organizations to collaborate, innovate, and build better AI solutions. At Azure Open Source Day, we highlighted Microsoft’s commitment to open source and how to build intelligent apps faster and with more flexibility using the latest open-source technologies that are available in Azure AI.
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Azure Open Source Day highlighted Microsoft’s commitment to open Source and focused on how Open Source Technologies can be used to build intelligent apps faster and with more flexibility.
The Microsoft Azure Collective is now your one-stop shop on Stack Overflow for all things Azure.
Azure Open Source Day is a great opportunity to learn more about Microsoft's role in the open-source community, its contributions, and vision.
After a couple years of virtual-only events, Microsoft Azure is thrilled to be joining you in person in Dallas this year for Supercomputing—and we’ve got some exciting things in store!
Welcome to Microsoft Ignite. I’m incredibly inspired by this global community and how you’ve navigated your organizations through significant changes over the past few years. In a world where business leaders are feeling the pressure to do more with less, organizations of all sizes and industries are increasingly embracing cloud technologies as the path toward digital and business resilience.
This year at Microsoft Ignite, we explore how organizations can activate AI and automation directly in their business workflows and empower developers to use those same intelligent building blocks to deliver their own differentiated experiences.
Developers are essential to the world we live in, and the work you do is critical to the success of organizations in every industry. Microsoft empowers innovators like you on your unique journey.
Finding scalable solutions for today’s global challenges requires forward-thinking, transformative tools. As environmental, economic, and public health concerns mount, Microsoft Azure is addressing these challenges head on with high-performance computing (HPC), AI, and machine learning.
A modernized cloud workload offers significant benefits—including cost savings, optimized security and management, and opportunities for ongoing innovation. But the process of migrating and modernizing workloads can be challenging.