This post will explain the improvements that Microsoft has made by making the next-generation alert system of Azure generally available.
Microsoft has announced a new Azure service targeted at the growing IoT segment that they hope will secure the edge of our computing environments.
Because it’s Friday the 13th, this week’s edition of Short Takes looks at a quiet Windows 10 delay, the next Xbox console, a new Qualcomm controversy, and much, much more.
Google recently announced version 1.0 of the Firebase Cloud Functions SDK, which includes several improvements over the previous beta version when it comes to implementing, debugging, and managing functions within an application.
There is a new SQL Server option that recently launched a preview in Azure called SQL Managed Instance, enabling you to run a private, managed version of SQL that is almost 100 percent compatible with on-premises SQL Server.
Even though Microsoft has your data, that doesn’t mean you are protected from an outage…here’s what you need to consider with Office 365 and your data.
Aidan Finn shows you how to access an Azure Windows or Linux virtual machine console using serial access when you can no longer log in using RDP or SSH over the network.
Because I heard you missed me, I’m back, this week’s edition of Short Takes examines Microsoft’s massive reorg and my seven stages of grief, US v. Microsoft ends in a whimper, Microsoft helps consumers with ransomware, and so much more.
Microsoft recently stunned a lot of people by announcing that Service Fabric, the platform upon which many of Microsoft’s cloud services are built, was being released under MIT open-source licensing.
Aidan Finn shows you how you can restore an Azure virtual machine from a snapshot, using the recent update that was rolled out to Azure Backup.
Check out this set of things to consider when pricing a virtual machine solution that will eventually run in Microsoft Azure.
Month 3 of 2018 brought us some interesting news in Azure IaaS. Some things that have been in the oven for a while are starting to rise and there’s lots more evidence of the new and open Microsoft.
Aidan Finn discusses recent improvements that were announced for Azure Backup, making backups more efficient, large VM restores faster, and enabling support for virtual hard disks that are larger than 1TiB (1024GB).