Network Watcher helps customers monitor, manage, and understand their own networks for performance, connectivity, security, and compliance issues and furthermore, empowers customers to troubleshoot efficiently with actionable insights and proactive alerting, thus effectively reducing the mean time to resolve network issues.
ExpressRoute Global Reach enables customers of all sizes to utilize the power and scale of Microsoft's global network to build a private, Cloud-based global backbone.
Senior Product Manager, Azure Networking
Network Performance Monitor (NPM), a cloud-based network monitoring solution for cloud-only, on-premises, and hybrid networking environments, is now generally available in the UK South region.…
Announcing the public preview of Traffic Analytics, a cloud-based flow monitoring solution that provides visibility into user and application traffic on your cloud networks.
Azure Virtual Datacenter (VDC) is an approach to making the most of the Azure cloud platform's capabilities while respecting your existing security and networking policies. When deploying enterprise workloads to the cloud, IT organizations and business units must balance governance with developer agility.
Partner Architect, Azure Engineering, Customer Advisory Team (CAT)
Learn how to architect distributed cloud applications with the correct developer mindset using the right technologies and the best cloud patterns. This technology-agnostic course begin by explaining the benefits of distributed cloud applications with an emphasis on maintaining high-availability and scalability in a cost-effective way while also dealing with inevitable hardware and software failures.
We are pleased to announce Azure PowerShell 1.0, now available on PowerShell Gallery and WebPI. With this release of Azure PowerShell we welcome many changes and improvements to Azure PowerShell. Learn about these changes and improvements here.
Recently I was onsite to talk about and demonstrate some of Microsoft’s latest research and innovations, and share more about how we leverage software defined networking (SDN) to power Microsoft Azure.
If you’ve experimented with Microsoft Azure, or are already using it for some of your IT functionality, you may be ready to take that next step and integrate your infrastructure with Azure.
Principal Content Developer, Cloud + Enterprise
This week at Ignite, we announced several new Azure networking services and features that makes Azure more powerful than ever before. These capabilities will let you design your network topologies with more control and agility.