With Azure’s enterprise-grade security and built-in responsible AI, the rate of innovation is growing exponentially. As we look forward to Microsoft Build 2023, I am inspired by the innovation coming from our ISV partners and software as a service (SaaS) providers building on the Microsoft Cloud.
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We see many businesses make significant shifts towards cloud computing in the last decade. The Microsoft Azure public cloud offers many benefits to companies, such as increased flexibility, scalability, and availability of resources.
Autoscaling is one of the value levers that can help unlock cost savings for your Azure workloads by automatically scaling up and down the resources in use to better align capacity to demand. Not only does it utilize cloud elasticity by paying for capacity only when you need it, you can also reduce the need for an operator to continually monitor the performance of a system and make decisions about adding or removing resources.
Today, we are announcing the preview of Cloud Services (extended support), which is a new Azure Resource Manager (ARM) based deployment model for Azure Cloud Services.
Scale, resiliency, and performance do not happen overnight—it takes sustained and deliberate investment, day over day, and a performance-first mindset to build products that delight our users.
Today, we are excited to announce three new Azure Reserved VM Instances’ (RI) features to provide our customers with additional savings and purchase controls.
As businesses around the world continue to adopt Azure, it's our mission to ensure our customers can trust our cloud.
Yesterday, Microsoft made some exciting announcements about new serverless and DevOps capabilities we’ll be contributing to the community. We announced Virtual Kubelet, the next version Kubernetes…
Five highlights from last week in Azure for the week of October 16, 2017: Translating AWS to Azure with the Cloud Service Map, Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour '17, New Azure Government capabilities, New previews on Azure, and weekly Azure shows to catch.
Today, we are pleased to introduce a new cloud service map to help you quickly compare the cloud capabilities of Azure and AWS services in all categories. Whether you are planning a multi-cloud solution with Azure and AWS, or simply migrating to Azure, you will be able to use this service map to quickly orient yourself with the services required for a successful migration.