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Ecosystem momentum positions Microsoft’s Project Olympus as de facto open compute standard

8 março, 2017

Last November we introduced Microsoft’s Project Olympus – our next generation cloud hardware design and a new model for open source hardware development. Today, I’m excited to address the 2017 Open Compute Project (OCP) U.S. Summit to share how this first-of-its-kind open hardware development model has created a vibrant industry ecosystem for datacenter deployments across the globe in both cloud and enterprise.

GM, Azure Hardware Infrastructure
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Azure SQL hybrid data movement

quinta-feira, 23 de março de 2017

Moving data around efficiently in a hybrid cloud environment is critical and challenging. In this blog, we are going to introduce options in different data movement scenarios built on top of on-premises SQL Server, Azure SQL VMs and Azure SQL Databases.

Senior Program Manager

Announcing Azure Service Fabric 5.5 and SDK 2.5

quinta-feira, 23 de março de 2017

Customers around the world are delivering their mission critical business applications as always-on, scalable, and distributed services built using Azure Service Fabric. Last week we rolled out Azure…

Senior Program Manager, Azure Service Fabric

40TiB of advanced in-memory analytics with Azure and ActivePivot

terça-feira, 21 de março de 2017

In-memory computing has accelerated the big compute capabilities and enabled customers to extend its experience beyond just the monte carlo simulation and into the analytics. This blog will look to explore the new possibilities of a scale out architecture for in-memory analytics in Azure through ActivePivot.

Senior Product Manager, Azure Big Compute