Today, we’re excited to announce the completion of the project’s first two milestones—the preview of VM availability data in Azure Resource Graph, and the private preview of a VM availability metric in Azure Monitor.
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Rightsizing is one of the key levers you have for controlling costs and optimizing resources. By understanding cloud economics, and using what Azure provides, you can identify the smallest virtual server instances that support your requirements and realize immediate savings by eliminating unused capacity.
At Microsoft Ignite we announced new GitHub Actions for Azure, which we added to our growing catalogue of Azure and GitHub integrations, with more to come soon.
This week at Microsoft Ignite, we discussed how a growing number of customers and independent software vendors (ISVs) are running their mission and business-critical applications on Azure.
With this announcement, we are introducing two new Azure Virtual Machines families, one of which represents a brand-new product category in our portfolio.
Today we’re announcing the general availability of Azure Spot Virtual Machines (VMs). Azure Spot VMs provide access to unused Azure compute capacity at deep discounts.
Today marks the preview of Cross Region Restore (CRR) for Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) support using Azure Backup.
With the general availability of DCsv2-series virtual machines (VMs), we are ushering in the beginning of a new level of data protection in Azure.
We recently collaborated with Riskfuel, a startup developing fast derivatives models based on AI, to measure the performance gained by running a Riskfuel-accelerated model on the Azure ND40rs_v2 Virtual Machine instance powered by NVIDIA GPUs against traditional CPU-driven methods.
HPC-optimized virtual machines now available.