The Microsoft Azure Incubations team is excited to announce Radius, a cloud-native application platform that enables developers and platform engineers who support them to collaborate on delivering and managing cloud-native applications that follow corporate best practices for cost, operations, and security, by default.
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We are thrilled to announce the general availability of Azure CNI powered by Cilium.
Welcome to Microsoft Build 2023—the event where we celebrate the developer community. This year, we’ll dive deep into the latest technologies across application development and AI that are enabling the next wave of innovation.
Today, we are excited to announce the preview of Azure Container Storage, the industry’s first platform-managed container native storage service in the public cloud, providing end to end storage management and orchestration for stateful applications to run efficiently at scale on Azure.
I had the opportunity to participate in this year's Open Confidential Computing Conference (OC3), hosted by our software partner, Edgeless Systems. The panel featured some of the industry's most respected technology leaders.
We’re excited to announce that Microsoft has joined the Eclipse Foundation Jakarta EE and MicroProfile Working Groups as an Enterprise and Corporate member, respectively. Our goal is to help advance these technologies to deliver better outcomes for our Java customers and the broader community.
Microsoft was founded as a developer tools company, and developers remain at the very center of our mission. Today, we have the most used and beloved developer tools with Visual Studio, .NET, and GitHub. We offer a trusted and comprehensive platform to build amazing apps and solutions that help enable people and organizations across the planet to achieve more.
Welcome to Microsoft Ignite. I’m thrilled to share how Microsoft is empowering you to innovate with cloud-native and open source on Azure. The growth of Kubernetes and cloud-native applications in Azure and the broader technology has been nothing short of humbling and awe-inspiring. Open innovation is at the heart of nearly every innovation in cloud computing. The cloud-native ecosystem empowers people to build applications that make it easy to take advantage of this innovation.
Today we’re focusing on how building serverless microservices is a great fit for event-driven scenarios, and how you can use the Azure Serverless platform for that.
This post was authored by the Microsoft and Docker teams. Did you know when you combine Docker’s cross platform support of Linux and Windows containers and Microsoft cloud technologies, you get a…