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.
As businesses shift priorities to enable remote work, take advantage of cloud innovation, and maximize their existing on-premises investments, relying on an effective multi-cloud, multi-edge hybrid approach is even more important than it has ever been.
Azure provides customers a simple and intuitive way to declaratively provision and manage infrastructure through Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Templates.
Today, more than ever before, it is essential that our colleagues, customers, and partners be able to react quickly and confidently to rapidly changing circumstances.
Today, I’m excited to announce the preview of the next generation of Azure VMware Solution, designed, built, and supported by Microsoft in close partnership with VMware.
Today, we’re expanding the Microsoft Azure Stack Edge with NVIDIA T4 Public Preview at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC).
The world of supercomputing is evolving. Work once limited to high-performance computing (HPC) on-premises clusters and traditional HPC scenarios, is now being performed at the edge, on-premises, in the cloud, and everywhere in between.
Azure Network Watcher’s new and improved connection monitor now provides unified end-to-end connection monitoring capabilities for hybrid and Azure deployments.
At this free online event, you’ll get to watch demos, learn hybrid best practices, and find out which strategies work—and which don’t—from two real Azure hybrid customers: online retailer ASOS and audit, tax, and advisory services company KPMG.
Microsoft and HPE have teamed up to validate the HPE Edgeline EL8000 Converged Edge system for Microsoft's Azure Stack HCI program. Designed specifically for space-constrained environments, the HPE Edgeline EL8000 Converged Edge system has a unique 17-inch depth form factor that fits into limited infrastructures too small for other x86 systems. The chassis has an 8.7-inch width which brings additional flexibility for deploying at the deep edge, whether it is in a telco environment, a mobile vehicle, or a manufacturing floor. This NEBs-compliant system delivers secure scalability.