I'm excited to announce the general availability of Azure Batch, our job scheduling and compute pool management service. In a world of rapidly evolving products and fierce competition, our goal is to deliver a service that lets you focus more on your applications and less on plumbing.
Across our proven enterprise capabilities, we are bringing the benefits of cloud speed, scale and economics to everyone-- no matter what platform you're on, or what cloud environment you choose.
Earlier this week, we released a new feature which allows customers to run Custom .NET activities using Azure Batch as a compute resource.
In this post, we will talk about how Batch will allow you to run simple R scripts in the Azure across numerous VMs.
In the 0.8.15 release of the Azure PowerShell SDK, there are 4 new BatchPowerShell cmdlets shipping.
Today we're releasing Blender on Azure Batch. Components that will help you run rendering jobs on Azure Batch. This post will show you how to get started with running Blender jobs on the cloud.