A new Network Controller and the same software-defined networking (SDN) stack in the Microsoft Azure cloud are among the significant SDN capabilities coming to Windows Server 2016.
- By Michael Otey
Microsoft released its Azure Stack technical preview today, which promises to broaden organizational access to Microsoft's cloud services and tooling.
Microsoft published a white paper this week describing its roadmap plans for Windows Azure Pack.
Microsoft announced today that it plans to release the first technical preview of its Azure Stack solutions on Friday.
Bypassing the Azure Portal and going straight to PowerShell will provide you with more options for managing Microsoft's cloud.
- By Adam Bertram
While Microsoft has been talking up Office 365 much more than SharePoint, both services have integral roles in the company's cloud strategy.
- By Christian Buckley
Redmond's new Windows Insider columnist discusses Microsoft's latest move to alter OneDrive storage limits.
Microsoft readies new component to its public cloud service that will enable applications requiring massive scalability.
Microsoft indicated this week that it is seeing good adoption of its newly released Active Directory synchronization tool known as "Azure AD Connect."
Microsoft is shifting to an operational focus and creating a security graph to help address the alarming new threat landscape and the rise of cloud computing.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft recently laid out its integration solutions vision, including milestones for its next BizTalk Server product and Azure plans.
Missing a step could cause data to disappear.
Microsoft has updated Azure Active Directory Premium, adding a new capability to delegate application access rights.
Microsoft issued an update today for its StorSimple 8000 Series products and also rolled out preview of a new local virtual machine storage solution.
For those who can't decide whether to host their Exchange Server in Azure or Office 365, here are some considerations to factor in.
The two will work in close proximity to streamline customer support.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft has added the ability to create and assign custom roles as part of its Azure Active Directory Service.
A new Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) program came into existence this week for those seeking Linux on Azure certifications.
Microsoft has gone all-in with its Azure Redis Cache service and plans to stop offering a couple of alternative cache services next year.
The new cloud security suite can also be used in on-premises environments and in Amazon's cloud.