The Microsoft Azure Incubations team is excited to announce Radius, a cloud-native application platform that enables developers and platform engineers who support them to collaborate on delivering and managing cloud-native applications that follow corporate best practices for cost, operations, and security, by default.
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Join Microsoft at NVIDIA GTC, a free online global technology conference, March 20–23.
Azure Open Source Day highlighted Microsoft’s commitment to open Source and focused on how Open Source Technologies can be used to build intelligent apps faster and with more flexibility.
With well over 1 million views of our fireside chats, we’re inspired by your response to Inside Azure for IT, launched only last July. Whether you engage in the live ask-the-experts sessions, watch the deep-dive skilling videos, or join us for fireside chats—the Azure team and I are delighted and humbled by your participation and enthusiasm.
To show you the latest capabilities of using Linux and Azure—and share some exciting announcements—we will be hosting Azure Open Source Day on Tuesday, February 15, 2022, from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM Pacific Time.
In the world we live in today, almost every announcement has the word “open” in it. Sometimes it feels like there are as many definitions of what “open” means as there are announcements mentioning it. Join us at Azure Open Source Day on February 15, 2022, to learn more about Microsoft’s commitment to Open Source.
Welcome to Microsoft Ignite. I’m thrilled to share how Microsoft is empowering you to innovate with cloud-native and open source on Azure. The growth of Kubernetes and cloud-native applications in Azure and the broader technology has been nothing short of humbling and awe-inspiring. Open innovation is at the heart of nearly every innovation in cloud computing. The cloud-native ecosystem empowers people to build applications that make it easy to take advantage of this innovation.
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’s customers live in a multi-platform, multi-cloud, multi-OS world – that’s just reality. This world brings new challenges and customers need tools to make everything work together.