Service Fabric

Use actors to talk to millions

Thursday, October 20, 2016

You have hundreds, thousands, perhaps even millions of sensors in your stores, factories, pipelines. And something goes wrong. You need software that can make intelligent decisions in real time, perhaps coordinating hundreds of devices: stop the assembly line, reroute the flow.

Chief Strategist, Cloud + Enterprise

Azure Service Fabric for Windows Server now GA

Monday, September 26, 2016

I am excited to announce today that Azure Service Fabric for Windows Server will be generally available for download at no cost. With today’s announcement, customers can now provision Service Fabric clusters in their own data centers or other cloud providers and run production workloads with the option to purchase support for ultimate confidence.

Principal Program Manager, Hyper-scale Compute

IaaS isn’t your only path to outsized gains

Monday, July 25, 2016

The modern cloud era is not IaaS-centric but modern app-centric. By taking advantage of the market-leading portfolio of Azure PaaS services, innovative applications can be built and deployed faster, scale automatically and easily connect to and incorporate powerful Azure services.

Chief Strategist, Cloud + Enterprise

Containers: Docker, Windows and Trends

Monday, August 17, 2015

From the basics of what containers are and how they work, to the scenarios they’re being most widely used for today, to emerging trends supporting “containerization”, I thought I’d share my perspectives to better help you understand how to best embrace this important cloud computing development.

CTO, Microsoft Azure