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.
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If you are like many of our customers running a mix of machines and applications in your on-premises datacenters or in the cloud—be it Azure or any other platform of your choice, consistent management of these resources is likely to be top of mind for you.
Deploying complex SAP landscapes into a public cloud is not an easy task. While SAP basis teams tend to be very familiar with the traditional tasks of installing and configuring SAP systems on-premise, additional domain knowledge is often required to design, build, and test cloud deployments.
Last December, we announced general availability of Azure M-series Virtual Machines with memory configuration from 1 TB to 4 TB, offering on-demand scalability and agility for workloads requiring…
Azure Automation provides the ability to automate, configure, and deploy updates across your hybrid environment using serverless automation. These capabilities are now generally available.
Azure Automation has the ability to integrate and automate processes across Azure and on-premises environments using a hybrid worker. This hybrid management capability has been extended to now deliver an automatic response to events in your datacenter using watcher tasks.
Configuration management at scale, whether to align machines to organizational policy or to enable continuous deployment, can be a tedious and error-prone process. Azure Automation DSC, now generally available, makes it easy.
We've developed a new, open-source tool for runbook authoring – the (take a deep breath) Azure Automation PowerShell ISE add-on!
We are excited to announce Webhooks for Azure Alerts! Configure an HTTP or HTTPS endpoint to route your Azure Alerts.
Thanks to the Windows PowerShell Remoting feature, Azure Automation can not only manage your Azure resources at an infrastructural level, but also reach inside VMs and execute commands.