We are happy to announce that Accelerated Networking (AN) is generally available (GA) and widely available for Windows and the latest distributions of Linux providing up to 30Gbps in networking…
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Microsoft Azure is pleased to announce a series of network performance optimizations supporting the latest distributions of Linux (Ubuntu, Red Hat, and CentOS) and Windows for all Virtual Machines (…
Announcing today, we have three training offers that combine free access to our library of flexible online courses, discounts on our industry-standard Microsoft Certified Professional exams, and a discount on Linux certification offered through the Linux Foundation.
The public availability of the Service Fabric for Linux preview on Monday, Sept. 26, coincident with the Ignite conference.
I’m excited to share exciting new open source developments from Microsoft and things we've learned from our journey with Linux and open source.
Today at the SAP Sapphire Now conference, Microsoft and SAP announced new, exciting deployment options on Azure that provide the broadest support and unparalleled performance.
Chauvet Cave is one of the first and most surprising examples of human collaboration: An open-source Paleolithic project. Fast-forward to today, and the same open source principles are alive and well.
Long before long-distance collaboration was feasible, an interesting example of interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation took place somewhat by accident—at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in its now-famous Building 20.
I am really excited to announce as part of Microsoft Azure being the Red Hat Certified Cloud and Service Provider (CCSP) you can now migrate your Red Hat subscriptions to Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft and Red Hat announced a new strategic partnership that extends our commitment to offer unmatched choice and flexibility across the hybrid cloud.