張貼者:Brendan Burns

Microsoft acquires Kinvolk to accelerate container-optimized innovation

2021年4月29日

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.

Corporate Vice President, Azure Compute

Open Azure Day: A VIP Linux and OSS speaker line-up in one event

2020年11月9日

The Linux and open-source landscapes are changing rapidly. With so many companies embracing remote work and operations this year, we’re seeing more organizations running large-scale, mission-critical Linux and open-source workloads than ever before. IT teams need technical resources that can keep up—now. Even organizations that had already begun moving to the cloud are now finding that they need to accelerate and expand their cloud adoption.

Corporate Vice President, Azure Compute

Partnering with the community to make Kubernetes easier

2019年5月6日

Offering serverless Kubernetes has been key part of our vision to make Kubernetes simpler for everyone – by providing an end-to-end experience optimized for developer productivity on top of an enterprise-grade platform with hardened security and layers of isolation. We are working closely with the community on open source projects that make Kubernetes easier for everyone, wherever they run it.

Corporate Vice President, Azure Compute