Today, I gathered with the tech community in the Seattle area at the GeekWire Cloud Tech Summit to talk about how customers are using the cloud and what the future holds. I joined GeekWire’s Todd…
Last September, I had the privilege to publicly announce our Azure confidential computing efforts, where Microsoft Azure became the first cloud platform to enable new data security capabilities that…
Microsoft spends one billion dollars per year on cybersecurity and much of that goes to making Microsoft Azure the most trusted cloud platform. From strict physical datacenter security, ensuring data…
Microsoft is committed to bringing blockchain to the enterprise—and is working with customers, partners, and the blockchain community to continue advancing its enterprise readiness.
The public availability of the Service Fabric for Linux preview on Monday, Sept. 26, coincident with the Ignite conference.
We’ve been rapidly releasing container innovation to the Windows and Linux ecosystems over the past two years at Microsoft to deliver container solutions that help companies build and deploy applications at cloud speed and scale.
We are in the midst of an application development and IT system management revolution driven by the cloud where business realities are driving developers to adopt an application architecture model called “microservices.”
I had the pleasure of addressing the Open Compute Project (OCP) U.S. Summit to speak about the advantages of an open approach to cloud computing and share Microsoft’s latest innovation with the community.
For years, there has been discussion on when the enterprise-cloud migration tipping point would be reached, and at last it appears it has happened. We saw several trends accelerate in 2015 which address some of the barriers to adoption. Cloud adoption is growing quickly around the world, and regional research backs this notion.
VM Scale Sets are an Azure Compute resource you can use to deploy and manage a collection of virtual machines as a set. Scale sets are well suited for building large-scale services targeting big compute, big data, and containerized workloads – all of which are increasing in significance as cloud computing continues to evolve.