Learn how to architect distributed cloud applications with the correct developer mindset using the right technologies and the best cloud patterns. This technology-agnostic course begin by explaining the benefits of distributed cloud applications with an emphasis on maintaining high-availability and scalability in a cost-effective way while also dealing with inevitable hardware and software failures.
Docker container is an emerging technology to help developers and devops with easy provisioning and continuous delivery in modern infrastructure. As containers can be ubiquitous in an environment, monitoring is essential. We've developed a monitoring solution which provides deep insights into containers supporting Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Mesos DC/OS, and Service Fabric container orchestrators on multiple OS platforms. We are excited to announce the general availability for the Container Monitoring management solution on Azure Log Analytics, available in the Azure Marketplace today.
Many of you have existing workloads either already running inside containers, or are moving to containers as the first step to run in the cloud. Running a traditional application inside containers is…
There is a common thread in advancements in cloud computing – they enable a focus on applications rather than the machines running them. Containers, one of the most topical areas in cloud computing,…
Containers are the next evolution in virtualization, enabling organizations to be more agile than ever before.
The Azure Big Compute team is happy to announce version 1.0.0 of the Batch Shipyard toolkit, which enables easy deployment of batch-style Dockerized workloads to Azure Batch compute pools. Azure…
Microsoft Ignite offers five days of immersive, direct-from-the-source knowledge with more than 30 sessions devoted to Azure development.
We are excited to announce a limited preview of Azure Container Service for Windows Server containers.
Container technology on Azure is a great story that got even better this week. Read on to learn more.
Today Microsoft joined Mesosphere and a broad group of industry partners including Accenture, Cisco, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise to announce the open source DC/OS project.