To meet customer demand, Azure is continuously expanding. We’ve been adding new Azure regions and introducing new capabilities. As a result, customers want to move their existing virtual machines to new regions while adopting the latest capabilities.
The Azure Messaging team is continually working to enhance the resiliency and availability of our service offerings – Azure Service Bus, Azure Event Hubs, and Azure Event Grid.
Azure Availability Zones are unique fault-isolated physical locations, within an Azure region, with independent power, network, and cooling. Each Availability Zone is comprised of one or more datacenters and houses infrastructure to support highly available, mission critical applications with fault tolerance to datacenter failures.
As with all of Azure, we are continuously innovating, upgrading, and refining our virtual network gateways to further increase reliability and availability. Today, we are sharing the public preview…
Azure Event Hubs is now offering support for Availability Zones in preview
Azure Availability support for Service Bus Premium provides an industry-leading, financially-backed SLA with fault-isolated locations within an Azure region, providing redundant power, cooling, and…
We introduced Azure Availability Zones during Microsoft Ignite as part of our continuing expansion of Azure’s support for the most demanding, mission-critical workloads. Today I’m excited to announce…
对于每个数据库，高级服务层都包含多个在同一数据中心自动预配的冗余副本。此设计利用了 SQL Server AlwaysON 技术…
We released 1.3 of the Azure Management Libraries for .NET. This release adds support for availability zones (in preview).
We released 1.3 of the Azure Management Libraries for Java. This release adds support for availability zones (in preview).