The ability to run Kubernetes anywhere, whether in the cloud or on-premises, has been a high priority for Azure customers looking to rapidly innovate, with increasing customer focus on the benefits of container-optimized workloads and operating systems, lean application modernization, easier operations, and platform resiliency. To support this rapid evolution, we’re announcing that Microsoft has signed an agreement to acquire Kinvolk.
We are hosting the Azure SQL digital event: Innovate Today with Azure SQL on May 4 where you are invited to join Rohan Kumar, Corporate Vice President Azure Data, and a full team of Azure SQL experts to learn how you can make the most of Azure SQL to respond to today’s changing business requirements and tomorrow’s opportunities.
The manufacturing industry continues to rapidly adopt IoT technology to optimize productivity, gain efficiencies, increase uptime, and meet sustainability goals.
Tailwind Traders is a retail company that is looking to adopt Azure as part of its IT strategy. The IT team is familiar with deploying infrastructure on-premises and are now researching what they need to do in order to run their workloads within Azure.
Across industries, companies are investing in hybrid and multicloud technologies to ensure they have the flexibility needed to innovate anywhere and meet evolving business needs.
Businesses today are building and running applications across various ecosystems: on-premises, in multiple clouds, and on edge. To maintain agility and ensure compliance, it’s critical to an organization’s success to effectively manage servers, applications, and data at scale—regardless of where they are located.
Increasing competition and ever-growing demand for mobile, always-on services challenge operators to find new strategies to grow profits and gain a competitive edge.
As a new normal has been defined by a worldwide pandemic and economic changes this year, businesses have sought new ways to optimize the delivery of their goods and services and better IT cost efficiency in an increasingly remote work environment.
The financial services industry is a dynamic space that is constantly testing and pushing novel use cases of information technology. Many of its members must balance immense demands—from the pressures to unlock continuous innovation in a landscape with cloud-native entrants, to responding to unexpected surges in demand and extend services to new regions—all while managing risk and combatting financial crime.
Coinciding with this week’s Kubecon and Open Azure Day virtual events, today we’re announcing the general availability of Azure Hybrid Benefit functionality for Linux customers, allowing you to bring both your on-premises Windows Server and SQL Server licenses, as well as Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) subscriptions to Azure.