Microsoft recently shared a detailed design for a secure network deployment in Azure, based on the United Kingdom’s cloud security principles. The focus of Microsoft’s article was on the UK, but we can use this design as a basis for other deployments.
Microsoft is announcing new features for HDInsight and DocumentDB this week at the Strata Hadoop + World conference.
Learn how to restore one or a few files from an Azure virtual machine backup without restoring the entire virtual machine, thanks to Azure Backup Instant File Recovery, currently in preview.
Microsoft is bringing Windows Server to ARM-powered devices with the help of Qualcomm; this is Microsoft’s second big commitment to ARM in less than a year.
Amazon’s cloud service, AWS, recently had a major outage that affected almost an entire region. With that outage fresh in our memories, I thought I’d write a post on how to prevent services outages in Azure.
Outages are inevitable and while the ‘cloud’ offers many advantages, it is vulnerable to the same issues as on-premises environments.
Microsoft is turning on two new data centers in South Korea and for Kubernetes fans, that service is now generally available on Azure.
For the fourth quarter of 2016, Amazon continued to dominate the cloud market by having more market share than Microsoft and Google combined.
Microsoft is now offering up its patent portfolio to Azure customers to help protect them against IP litigation; 10,000 Microsoft patents are available to Azure customers.
As you begin to implement your organization’s 2017 tech strategy, here are the top five most interesting things that are going on in the world of Hybrid Cloud with Microsoft Azure that you should consider.
Microsoft has announced additional price cuts for its Azure service that lowers the cost by up to 51% for some of its virtual machines.
Todd and Shane talk about Microsoft FastTrack and all of the great services to help you move from on-prem to Office 365, StaffHub, Windows Management Framework 5.1, and do some good ole fashion whining about the client-side object model (CSOM).
Microsoft’s FY17 Q2 results posted on January 26 boasted a 49% year-over-year growth in commercial Office 365 revenues, contributing to an annualized run rate for commercial cloud products that now “exceeds” $14 billion. The number of cloud users has grown again, underlying the continuing movement of work to the Office 365 and Azure.