Microsoft News published a story about the use of Azure to compliment Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s (HPE) Spaceborne Computer-2 on the International Space Station (ISS). The project was designed to overcome the limited bandwidth between ISS and Earth by validating the benefits of a computational workflow that spans edge and cloud. The Azure Space team delivered the entire experiment in just three days.
It is Microsoft's mission to empower the next generation of developers with world-class tools and cloud services that allow them to build the applications of the future. These applications of the future will be intelligent, infused with AI to provide advanced insights. They will incorporate open source technology and libraries from across the globe. They will be reliable under load and secure by design. And they will be built with tools that allow developers to move from idea to code to cloud, seamlessly.
Using products like Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), organizations are able to build distributed applications that are more resilient and dynamically scalable, while enabling portability in the cloud and at the edge.
Today I’m excited to announce the public preview of Dev Spaces for Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS), an easy way to build and debug applications for Kubernetes – only available on Azure. At Microsoft…
With Kubernetes exploding in popularity worldwide, it’s no surprise that Kubernetes usage on Azure has grown more than 10x over the last year. Customers love the agility, reliability...
Starting today, the Kubernetes community comes together at KubeCon in Austin, Texas, with the goal of making it easier than ever to use containers to modernize existing applications and manage new applications to drive digital transformation
Today, we are proud to announce the preview of Azure Container Service (AKS), our new managed Kubernetes service. We have seen customers fall in love with our current Kubernetes support on Azure…
Today, my team is proud to announce Draft, a tool that streamlines application development and deployment into any Kubernetes cluster. Using two simple commands, developers can now begin hacking on container-based applications without requiring Docker or even installing Kubernetes themselves.