Back in May this year we announced the public preview of Azure Cloud Shell. If you haven’t tried it out yet, Azure Cloud Shell gives you a new way to manage your resources in the Cloud. It’s a browser-based shell experience, which means it’s accessible from virtually anywhere. It authenticates with your Azure account so you can remotely access your Azure resources and even attaches to your Azure File Storage so you can always have your stored scripts at your fingertips, no matter which machine you use. This allows you to manage on-the-go from any browser or even the Azure Mobile App.
We have two working DC/OS clusters, one on Azure and another on vSphere - Great progress so far! Now, it’s time deploy Azure Container Registry (ACR) which will be used as a private catalog for our Docker images.
We have a working DC/OS cluster on top of vSphere but now, it’s time to deploy another cluster using Azure Container Service (ACS). Fear not, it will be much quicker to get this baby up & running in Azure with no pain what so ever.
Containers have fundamentally changed the way developers develop their applications, the way applications are deployed, and the way system administrators manage their environments. Containers offer a broadly accepted and open standard, enabling simple portability between platforms and between clouds. Today, I am extremely excited to announce a new Azure service that makes it even easier to deploy containers.
Now that we have the Docker engine up and running and all of our network & security related configurations in place, it’s time to get the DC/OS cluster rolling on top of VMware vSphere. This is the first major milestone in our entire platform setup.
A roadmap to becoming a cloud-centric company I’m delighted to announce the second edition of our free ebook, Enterprise Cloud Strategy, written by Barry Briggs and myself. Download the ebook for…
Today, Microsoft is proud to announce support for the newest generation of Intel Xeon Scalable Processors within the Project Olympus ecosystem.
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Microsoft Azure is pleased to announce a series of network performance optimizations supporting the latest distributions of Linux (Ubuntu, Red Hat, and CentOS) and Windows for all Virtual Machines (…