DevOps

Transforming Azure Monitor Logs for DevOps, granular access control, and improved Azure integration

2019년 5월 23일 목요일

Logs are critical for many scenarios in the modern digital world. They are used in tandem with metrics for observability, monitoring, troubleshooting, usage and service level analytics, auditing, security, and much more. Any plan to build an application or IT environment should include a plan for logs.

Principal Program Manager, Azure Monitor

All US Azure regions now approved for FedRAMP High impact level

2019년 5월 23일 목요일

oday, I’m excited to share our ability to support US Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) High impact level FedRAMP services with the extension of FedRAMP High Provisional Authorization to Operate (P-ATO) to all of our Azure public regions in the United States.

General Manager, Azure Global

Take your machine learning models to production with new MLOps capabilities

2019년 5월 9일 목요일

At Microsoft Build 2019 we announced MLOps capabilities in Azure Machine Learning service. MLOps, also known as DevOps for machine learning, is the practice of collaboration and communication between data scientists and DevOps professionals to help manage the production of the machine learning (ML) lifecycle.

Senior Program Manager, Azure MLOps

New Azure Machine Learning updates simplify and accelerate the ML lifecycle

2019년 5월 3일 금요일

With the exponential rise of data, we are undergoing a technology transformation, as organizations realize the need for insights driven decisions. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies can help harness this data to drive real business outcomes across industries. Azure AI and Azure Machine Learning service are leading customers to the world of ubiquitous insights and enabling intelligent applications such as product recommendations in retail, load forecasting in energy production, image processing in healthcare to predictive maintenance in manufacturing and many more.

Group Program Manager, Microsoft Azure

Microsoft container registry unaffected by the recent Docker Hub data exposure

2019년 4월 28일 일요일

Docker recently announced Docker Hub had a brief security exposure that enabled unauthorized access to a Docker Hub database, exposing 190k Hub accounts and their associated GitHub tokens for automated builds. While initial information led people to believe the hashes of the accounts could lead to image:tags being updated with vulnerabilities, including official and microsoft/ org images, this was not the case. Microsoft has confirmed that the official Microsoft images hosted in Docker Hub have not been compromised.

Program Manager, Azure Container Registry