Over the last year, we’ve seen accelerated cloud adoption and digital transformation across every industry—all aimed at optimizing business operations, saving money, and enhancing customer experiences. Today, we’re introducing Inside Azure for IT, a new online technical skilling program with resources designed for cloud professionals of all skill levels. Use the new resource to stay current on Azure best practices and get your questions answered by our technical experts so you can transform IT operations to drive business growth and innovation.
As your ally in the cloud, our Azure mission is to deliver thoughtfully designed products and services that equip you to solve challenges and invent what’s next. Our ability to meet your business and innovation needs is in part due to our growth mindset—which extends from front-end user experiences to small details like graphics and icons.
The last six months have seen an unprecedented acceleration in digital transformation. There has never been a more important time for DBAs and developers to prepare for an increasingly cloud-centric future. However, we’d like to make this interesting and fun.
Modern engineering practices, like Agile and DevOps, are redirecting the ownership of security, operations, and cost management from centralized teams to workload owners—catalyzing innovations at a higher velocity than in traditional data centers.
Learn how Azure engineering teams have evolved their culture, processes, and frameworks to balance the pace of innovation with assurance of performance and quality.
As part of our Advancing Reliability blog series, we're outlining the investments we’re making to continue improving the outage experience.
Learn how guidance in the Microsoft Azure Well-Architected Framework, tools like Azure Advisor, and offers like the Azure Hybrid Benefit and Azure Reservations can help you operate more efficiently on Azure.
This post is designed to get you thinking about how best to validate typical failure conditions, including examples of how we at Microsoft validate our own systems.
Large enterprise customers running business-critical workloads on Azure manage thousands of subscriptions and use automation for deployment and management of their Azure resources.
Securing any environment requires multiple lines of defense. Azure Container Registry recently announced general availability of features like Azure Private Link, customer-managed keys, dedicated data-endpoints and Azure Policy definitions. These features provide tools to secure Azure Container Registry as part of the container end to end workflow.