Imagine the benefits to communities and organizations that have access to improved bandwidth, reliability, and reduced latency, while leveraging the rich capabilities of cloud-to-edge technology without compromise to security, critical services, or key workloads. With the most complete offerings for the telecommunications industry, Microsoft is the ideal cloud provider to help operators with their digital transformation journey and enable them to deliver these innovative services to their consumer, enterprise, and public sector customers. Today, we’re announcing the next wave of Azure for Operators solutions and services.
When your solution is operating at cloud speed and scale you need to be able to spot problems as they arise (ideally before they impact the customer), respond quickly, and resolve them as quickly as possible.
Our customers are transforming their digital environments, whether migrating workloads to Azure, building new cloud-native apps, or unlocking new scenarios at the edge. As they combine these strategies to meet their business needs, they must also maintain their existing environments. With Azure Monitor, our approach to observability centers on simplicity: We know from our customers how important it is to have monitoring available out-of-the-box and to easily get started with samples and recommendations including effective alerts, optimal queries, and customizable reports.
When we launched Azure Spring Cloud with VMware in 2019, we set out to solve common challenges developers, IT operators, and DevOps teams face when running Spring Boot applications at scale. We are thankful to the many customers and partners who participated in the private preview and shared their learnings, and we are excited to announce that Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise is now available in public preview.
For organizations looking to accelerate innovation through improved IT operation and hybrid cloud migration, we’re pleased to announce expanded management capabilities and preview offerings for Linux workloads running on Azure at this year’s Azure Open Source Day.
Welcome to our first Azure HPC + AI Day! We’re excited to host the first event, which will soon become an annual tradition. Join us on February 24 and 25 to hear directly from the Microsoft Azure team and earn points by attending sessions to get one of its kind Azure HPC + AI Day swag.
Today, we’re excited to announce the completion of the project’s first two milestones—the preview of VM availability data in Azure Resource Graph, and the private preview of a VM availability metric in Azure Monitor.
Today we are announcing the Azure File Migration Program which gives customers and partners in our Solution Integrator and Service Provider ecosystem, access to industry-leading file migration solutions from Komprise and Data Dynamics—at no cost. These solutions help easily, safely, and securely migrate file and object data to Azure Storage.
With well over 1 million views of our fireside chats, we’re inspired by your response to Inside Azure for IT, launched only last July. Whether you engage in the live ask-the-experts sessions, watch the deep-dive skilling videos, or join us for fireside chats—the Azure team and I are delighted and humbled by your participation and enthusiasm.
Cloud computing and digital transformation have been powerful enablers for genomics. Genomics is expected to be an exabase-scale big data domain by 2025, posing data acquisition and storage challenges on par with other major generators of big data. One of the core Azure services that has enabled us to leverage high performance compute environment to perform genomic analysis is Azure CycleCloud.