Today, we are announcing the preview of disk pool enabling Azure Disk Storage as a persistent storage option for Azure VMware Solution. With this announcement, you can gain flexibility for your data needs with scalable and cost-effective cloud storage for VMware workloads running on Azure.
To address today’s challenges like ensuring business continuity and managing reduced cash flow, organizations are accelerating their migration to the cloud. With a wide range of workloads migrating to the cloud, it is important to meet the unique scale needs of these workloads while keeping costs under control.
Today marks the general availability of new Azure disk sizes, including 4, 8, and 16 GiB on both Premium & Standard SSDs, as well as bursting support on Azure Premium SSD Disks.
We are excited to announce the preview of Azure Files Active Directory (Azure AD) Authentication. You can now mount your Azure Files using Azure AD credentials with the exact same access control experience as on-premises.
We are excited to introduce the preview of bursting support on Azure Premium SSD Disks, and new disk sizes 4/8/16 GiB on both Premium & Standard SSDs. Eligible Premium SSD disks can now burst up to 30x of the provisioned performance target, providing better handling for spiky workloads.
We are making it easier for customers to “lift and shift” applications to the cloud while maintaining the same security model used on-premises with the general availability of Azure Active Directory Domain Services (Azure AD DS) authentication for Azure Files.
We’re excited to announce the preview of Azure Files AAD Integration for SMB access leveraging Azure AD Domain Services (AAD DS).
Azure increases the maximum size and performance of Azure Disks. We are excited to announce the maximum disk sizes for both Premium and Standard storage. This extends the maximum size of the disks per…
At Build Conference, we announced the addition of new Azure Disks sizes – which provide up to 4TB of disk space. These new sizes allow you to perform up to 250 MBps of storage throughput and 7,500 IOPS. The details of the announcement are captured in the build session here.