The NGads V620 series has GPU, CPU, and memory resources that are balanced to generate and stream high-quality graphics for a high-performance, interactive gaming experience hosted in Azure. This allows online gaming providers the power and stability that they need while remaining cost conscious.
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COVID-19 has forever changed how nations function in the globally interconnected economy. To this day, it continues to affect and shape how countries respond to health emergencies.
With the recent addition of ChatGPT to Azure OpenAI Service and the preview of GPT-4, developers can build apps with AI to solve problems in new ways.
As part of our commitment to ensuring that Microsoft Azure is the best place to run SQL Server and Windows Server, Microsoft is excited to announce that SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines just achieved new, faster performance benchmarks than ever before.
We aim to develop platform technologies that virtualized RAN vendors can leverage to gain analytics insights in their RAN software operations and use these insights for operational automations and machine learning and AI-driven optimizations.
“Earlier this year, we introduced Project Flash in the Advancing Reliability blog series, to reaffirm our commitment to empowering Azure customers in monitoring virtual machine (VM) availability in a…
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!
With Azure VMware Solution, IT agility is a top priority as organizations enabled remote work and ensured business resilience via cloud solutions. In today’s economic climate most organizations want to do more with less. They recognize that by running workloads in the cloud, they can respond more rapidly and reduce IT infrastructure costs.
SFTP support for Azure Blob Storage is a fully managed, highly scalable SFTP service which enables simple, secure, and easy-to-manage file transfers.
We introduce AiDice, a novel anomaly detection algorithm developed jointly by Microsoft Research and Microsoft Azure that identifies anomalies in large-scale, multi-dimensional time series data. AiDice captures incidents quickly and provides engineers with important context that helps them diagnose issues more effectively, providing the best experience possible for end customers.