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.
I am delighted that Microsoft Azure will be expanding into two new regions in Australia. This increases the number of Azure regions announced across the globe to 42, which is more than any other major cloud provider. Microsoft will become the first major cloud provider to offer regions specifically focused on the needs of the government and their partners in Australia.
We are very pleased to announce the General Availability release of the Azure Consumption and Charge APIs that we previewed in May of this year. Enterprise customers can use these API’s to pull Azure…
The utilities industry is under continuous and persistent threat. The Ukraine attack was a wake-up call for many utilities who would not have considered something as improbable as a serial-to-Ethernet gateway vulnerability to be one of the key factors in allowing hackers to turn-off power to more than 230,000 Ukrainian residents.
Resumable Online Index Rebuild public preview for Azure SQL DB
IT industry is excited with general availability of Windows Server 2016 with enhancements to Active Directory, Hyper-V failover clustering, remote desktop services and file and storage services…
We’re pleased to announce the following services which are now available in the UK!
Do you find yourself scrambling for information when investigating application performance issues? Do you spend hours (sometimes even days) gathering and reporting on usage and incidents of your application to stakeholders?
We released 1.1 of the Azure Management Libraries for .NET. This release adds support for: Cosmos DB, Azure Container Service, and Registry Active Directory Graph...
This post is authored by the ISV team. According to Gartner, “By 2020, anything other than a cloud-only strategy for new IT initiatives will require justification at more than 30% of large-enterprise organizations.” With innovation shifting to public datacenters, pressure is on ISVs to develop their own cloud roadmap.