Microsoft and Red Hat are deepening their relationship to make it easier to run containers in your environment regardless of the operating system.
Aidan Finn explains how elements of the Azure App Service are executed in instances of an Azure App Service plan and what those plans are.
Microsoft has acquired Cycle Computing which is a cloud orchestrator and should make it easier to tap into the raw power of Azure.
Microsoft is opening two new data regions in Australia and hopes to grab a large section of that growing market.
Aidan Finn explains how to use the Azure Portal to deploy Azure Automation, install additional PowerShell modules, and ensure that all PowerShell modules are up to date.
Elon Musk’s Open AI organization used Azure to power its AI bot that was able to beat the top players in Dota at the recent International tournament.
Sjoukje Zaal gives an overview of the different flavors of Azure Active Directory.
The Azure AD team changed the sign-in experience used by services like Office 365 to improve and rationalize it. But things didn’t work out so well as tenants reacted badly to the way Microsoft communicated the change. Or rather, failed to communicate the change.
Today, many businesses are in the process of looking for ways to leverage the hybrid cloud for high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR). Find out how SQL Server’s AlwaysOn Availability Groups provide protection for multiple user databases.
Aidan Finn explains what a webhook is and how to use them.
Microsoft is rolling out a new container service that is being pitched as the easiest way to launch and manage containers in the cloud.
Aidan Finn discusses the Azure App Service, the heart of Microsoft’s platform-as-a-service.
Aidan Finn explains what Azure Web Apps are and what they offer to businesses that require an enterprise-class facility for line-of-business web-based applications running in the cloud.