Innovation at scale is a common challenge facing large organizations. A key contributor to the challenge is the complexity in coordinating the sheer number of apps and environments.
It’s common for enterprises to run workloads on more than one cloud provider; however, adopting a multi-cloud strategy comes with complexities like handling different cost models, varying billing cycles, and different cloud designs that can be difficult to navigate across multiple dashboards and views.
This month is packed with updates on the Azure portal, including enhancements to the user experience, resource configuration, management tools and more.
Optimizing your cloud workloads can seem like a complex and daunting task. We created Azure Advisor, a personalized guide to Azure best practices, to make it easier to get the most out of Azure.
DevOps is the union of people, processes, and products to enable the continuous delivery of value to end users. DevOps for machine learning is about bringing the lifecycle management of DevOps to Machine Learning.
Azure Service Health helps you stay informed and take action when Azure service issues like outages and planned maintenance affect you, and provides a personalized dashboard that can help you understand issues that may be impacting resources in your Azure subscriptions.
This month’s updates include improvements to IaaS, Azure Data Explorer, Security Center, Recovery Services, Role-Based Access Control, Support, and Intune.
After you experience a Microsoft Azure service issue, you likely need to explain what happened to your customers, management, and other stakeholders. That’s why Azure Service Health provides official incident reports and root cause analyses (RCAs) from Microsoft.
We recently shared the public preview of the Windows Virtual Desktop service on Azure.
This month’s updates includes Virtual Network Gateway overview page changes, new full-screen DNS Zone and Load Balancer create blades, management group integration with Activity Log, redesigned overview blades for certain services within Azure Database, multiple changes to the Security Center, and more updates to Intune.