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.
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Network Watcher helps customers monitor, manage, and understand their own networks for performance, connectivity, security, and compliance issues and furthermore, empowers customers to troubleshoot efficiently with actionable insights and proactive alerting, thus effectively reducing the mean time to resolve network issues.
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.
When customers need to connect outbound to the internet from their Azure infrastructures, Network Address Translation (NAT) gateway is the best way. NAT gateway is a zonal resource that is configured to subnets from the same virtual network, which means that it can be deployed to individual zones to allow outbound connectivity.
NAT gateway’s unique SNAT port allocation is beneficial to dynamic, scaling workloads connecting to several different destination endpoints over the internet. In this blog, we deep dive into the key aspects of NAT gateway’s SNAT port behavior that makes it the preferred solution for different outbound scenarios in Azure.
For many customers, making outbound connections to the internet from their virtual networks is a fundamental requirement of their Azure solution architectures. Luckily, Azure has just the solution for ensuring highly available and secure outbound connectivity to the internet: Virtual Network Network Address Translation. Virtual Network NAT, also known as NAT gateway, is a fully managed and highly resilient service that is easy to scale and specifically designed to handle large-scale and variable workloads.
Azure Spring Cloud is a fully managed service for Spring Boot apps, that lets you focus on building the apps that run your business without the hassle of managing infrastructure.
Today, many of our customers in regulated industries are adopting a Zero Trust architecture, moving to a security model that more effectively adapts to the complexity of the modern environment, embraces the mobile workforce, and protects people, devices, applications, and data wherever they’re located.
Azure offers VNet Peering and VNet Gateways to connect VNets. Based on your unique scenario, you might want to pick one over the other. Microsoft recommends VNet peering within region/cross region scenarios. Check out the blog to learn more.
Azure Virtual Network (VNet) is the fundamental building block for any customer network. VNet lets you create your own private space in Azure, or as I call it your own network bubble.