Enterprises and teams are adopting DevOps technologies combined with people and processes to deliver high-quality code, with faster release cycles, and continuous delivery of value to achieve higher levels of satisfaction for their own customers.
April is all about monitoring and optimization. From new learning opportunities to help you get setup for success and improved alerts over reservation and Marketplace purchases to new ways to save money and even automate ongoing optimization with new Azure Advisor recommendation capabilities.
At Microsoft Ignite 2019, we announced general availability of the new SAP HANA Large Instances powered by the 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, formally Cascade Lake, supporting Intel® Optane™ persistent memory (PMem).
Organizations and teams that adopt DevOps methodologies are consistently seeing improvements in their ability to deliver high-quality code, with faster release cycles, and ultimately achieve higher levels of satisfaction for their own customers, whether they’re internal or external.
Content creation has never been as in demand as it is today. Both professional and user-generated content has increased exponentially over the past years.
Last month, we started sharing the DevOps journey at Microsoft through the stories of several teams at Microsoft and how they approach DevOps adoption.
Vernon Turner is the Founder and Chief Strategist at Causeway Connections, an information and communications technology research firm. For nearly a decade, he’s been serving on global, national, and…
At Microsoft, we know DevOps adoption can be challenging. This is why we are excited to share our own journey, with learnings from teams across Microsoft who have transformed the way they work through DevOps adoption.
Today every company is a software company. Across all industries from retail to healthcare to financial services and more, software is at the heart of every company’s strategy.
Access to Diagnostic Logs is essential for any healthcare service where being compliant with regulatory requirements (like HIPAA) is a must. The feature in Azure API for FHIR that make this happen is Diagnostic settings in the Azure Portal UI.