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How to run desktop applications in Azure X11 Linux virtual machines

To use GUI applications on Azure Linux virtual machines, our customers have found it very useful to tunnel X11 traffic over SSH and display it on their workstations. This article shows you how to use the Microsoft Azure portal to create a Windows Server virtual machine on the same virtual network as a Linux virtual machine that you also create. We install VcXsrv Windows X Server, but you can also use other X11 server applications, such as Xming or MobaXterm, if you prefer.  We also show you how to install an SSH client to connect to the Linux machine so you can directly access it from the Windows machine. We use PuTTY, but you can use another terminal emulator, such as MobaXterm. Finally, we test the setup by installing xterm on the Linux virtual machine. This article is authored by Ross Sponholtz from the Azure Customer Advisory Team (AzureCAT).

Azure Stack: An extension of Azure

Azure Stack is an extension of Azure, bringing the agility and fast-paced innovation of cloud computing to on-premises environments.  Organizations can now build modern applications across hybrid cloud environments, balancing the right amount of flexibility and control. Developers can build applications using a consistent set of Azure services and DevOps processes and tools, then collaborate with operations to deploy to the location that best meets the business, technical, and regulatory requirements. Download this white paper to learn more about how you can extend Azure Stack to make Azure services available on-premises.

Microsoft AI Platform Whitepaper - Build Intelligent Software

In this whitepaper you will learn how you can build intelligent software with the Microsoft AI Platform.

Executive Summary: Enterprise Cloud Strategy

This summary provides a short overview of the full 140-page e-book, Enterprise Cloud Strategy (2nd ed.), by Barry Briggs and Eduardo Kassner, from Microsoft Press.You'll get a quick overview of:Cloud computing terminology and definitionsThree steps for migrating to the cloudOther key takeaways from the book

Microsoft Project Olympus Hyperscale GPU Accelerator (HGX-1)

HGX-1 architecture as a PCIe-connected Expansion Box (EB) integrates high-performing compute engines such as GPGPUs, FPGAs, and emerging ASIC-based accelerators.  Project Olympus Universal Server cables to HGX-1 Chassis as a head node.  This disaggregated approach provides the flexibility to independently choose different CPUs in the head node or accelerators in the expansion box.  With a flexible IO-to-Host-Memory interconnect, and a Universal Building Block (UBB), HGX-1 architecture provides a multi-chassis solution to scale up to four chassis of eight high-powered accelerators along with the associated PCIe devices for storage and networking.

The Total Economic Impact™ of Microsoft Azure IaaS

The 2017 study, The Total Economic Impact™ of Microsoft Azure IaaS, gives insight into both the costs and benefits of large-scale Azure infrastructure as a service (IaaS) implementation. This commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting analyzes the return on investment and business impact that several enterprises experienced when moving from a primarily on-premises environment to Azure. The companies interviewed come from a variety of industries and locations (global/multinational, North American, and European).In addition to a 435 percent overall return on an Azure IaaS investment*, the businesses also experienced:Reduced data center and outsourcing costs.Website scale and performance improvements.Ease of experimentation through virtualized environments.Developer and tester improvements. Download the study to learn about the potential ROI that could be realized by shifting some or all of your management and operations to Azure.

Economics of Serverless Cloud Computing

2017 is the “year of serverless.” Serverless cloud computing is everywhere and growing at breakneck speed, and will ultimately revolutionize the way we develop, build, and operate applications in the cloud.Read the 451 Research report “Economic of Serverless Cloud Computing” and learn why serverless is more than a buzzword—and how the core benefits of serverless translate to better efficiency and more cost savings by allowing your organization to:Execute code on demand, free of provisioning and maintaining infrastructureEnable developers to focus on code rather than managementContribute to a cost-savings in virtual machines by lowering consumptionLower total cost of ownership by drastically reducing infrastructure management costs “Economics of Serverless Cloud Computing” provides an in-depth analysis of cloud price models, utilization and labor, and more—all to help you fully understand the economics of serverless technology and its long-term potential to disrupt the industry. Download the report today.

SAP HANA on Azure (Large Instances) Setup

This article provides step-by-step instructions, including screenshots, on how to deploy SAP HANA on Azure Large Instances. Use this guide to prepare your Large Instances for HANA installation. Authored by Sachin Ghorpade from the Azure Customer Advisory Team (AzureCAT).

Using Azure Management APIs to get data about your deployed resources

This paper (and the sample files on GitHub) show you how to collect information about your deployed Azure resources using data from Azure management APIs.Authored by Abhisek Banerjee, Rangarajan Srirangam, Mandar Inamdar, and Rakesh Patil, from AzureCAT (Customer Advisory Team).

Run Star-CCM+ in an Azure HPC Cluster

Learn how to set up and benchmark a high-performance computing (HPC) cluster in the Microsoft Azure environment. The template referenced by this white paper provides a proof-of-concept for running Star-CCM+, a multidisciplinary, real-time engineering simulation platform by CD-adapco, a Siemens Business. The template will create the HPC cluster, provide benchmarking options, and then install the Star-CCM+ simulation software so you can test its performance on Azure. This white paper was written by Taylor Newill from the Azure Customer Advisory Team (AzureCAT).