In Microsoft Azure, we are continually innovating to enhance security, such as our collaboration with our hardware partners to create a new foundation based on silicon, that enables new levels of data protection through memory encryption using Confidential Computing.
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Customers need reliable and performant infrastructure to bring the most sophisticated AI use cases to market in record time. Our objective is to build state-of-the-art infrastructure and meet these demands. The latest MLPerf™ 3.1 Training results1 are a testament to our unwavering commitment to building high-quality and high-performance systems in the cloud to achieve unparalleled efficiency in training LLMs at scale.
Azure Bastion Developer is a groundbreaking solution that simplifies secure access to Virtual Machines for developers by addressing the common issues of discovery, usability, and cost.
Azure Native Dynatrace Service provides a native integrated experience for monitoring Azure workloads where you can create and manage Dynatrace environments from Azure.
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.
Today, we are excited to announce the preview of Azure Container Storage, the industry’s first platform-managed container native storage service in the public cloud, providing end to end storage management and orchestration for stateful applications to run efficiently at scale on Azure.
I had the opportunity to participate in this year's Open Confidential Computing Conference (OC3), hosted by our software partner, Edgeless Systems. The panel featured some of the industry's most respected technology leaders.
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.
Microsoft Azure has had a major presence at ISC for several years now, and this year's conference will be no exception.
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.