Over the past few years, SONiC (Software for Open Networking in the Cloud), our open switch OS, has been in the fast lane. A diverse group of community partners have actively engaged with us to contribute and support the evolvement of the software.
This month we’re bringing updates to help improve the usability of creating and managing Virtual Machines in Azure, updates to Security Center and an improved experience to control access to resources.
As part Azure Machine Learning service general availability, we are excited to announce the new automated machine learning (automated ML) capabilities.
We’re committed to ensuring that you can run your workloads reliably on Azure. One of the areas we’re investing heavily into optimizing reliability is using the combination of machine learning and live migration to predict and proactively mitigate potential failures.
Back in August we informed you with a blog post title “Enhance security and simplify network integration with Extension Host on Azure Stack” about a new capability that is coming to Microsoft Azure Stack. This capability further enhances the security and simplifies network integration. Extension Host is going to be enabled by the next Azure Stack update 1811.
Azure monitor for virtual machines (VMs) offers a myriad of features for monitoring VMs that help you view VMs from various perspectives.
When we started running the Azure IoT on Serverless Hackathon, we knew we were about to see a lot of cool solutions coming out of it. What we couldn’t anticipate was the high level of creativity shown on them, not just on a technological level, but especially on the problems these solutions were designed to solve.
In September 2018, Azure Sphere was released for public preview. Today, we are pleased to announce the 18.11 update to the Azure Sphere Operating System, Azure Sphere Security Service, and Visual Studio development environment.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL and MySQL service is a fully managed, enterprise-ready cloud service which emits the performance metrics and telemetry log to Azure Monitor service. Using Azure Monitor, you can collect, analyze, and take action on telemetry data gathered from your cloud environments.
Deploying complex SAP landscapes into a public cloud is not an easy task. While SAP basis teams tend to be very familiar with the traditional tasks of installing and configuring SAP systems on-premise, additional domain knowledge is often required to design, build, and test cloud deployments.