The company's founder said its DCOS offering is for 'Apps Running at Datacenter Scale.'
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft today announced free new educational resources for IT pros who may be coming to grips with Microsoft's cloud-centric shift.
Today Microsoft announced the commercial availability of its Azure Container Service, while its partner Mesosphere announced the launch of a new open source DC/OS project.
Microsoft gave notice on its older Active Directory synchronization tools, giving IT pros almost a year to move to its newer Azure Active Directory Connect tool.
Microsoft announced some OneDrive for Business improvements coming this week and later this year.
Microsoft is now selling its Cloud App Security service.
Microsoft had more developer news on Day 2 of its Build event, this time mostly focused on its Azure cloud computing resources.
You can lead IT pros to the cloud, but you cannot make them float.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Microsoft today announced that its latest tool for checking Azure Active Directory synchronization issues is now "generally available."
Microsoft's fiscal year ends on June 30, offering a negotiating opportunity for organizations that license its software.
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), a nonprofit organization promoting the use of cloud security best practices, has announced the formation of a new Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) initiative.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft announced the release of its StorSimple Virtual Array product this week.
Microsoft today released a preview of its new Azure Active Directory Identity Protection service.
Microsoft provided an update on its enterprise security solutions today, just before the RSA security conference, which happens later this month.
Upload and transfer files to the Azure cloud in a few easy steps.
- By Adam Bertram
Microsoft boasted of its Azure datacenter support for open source software this week, while also announcing that Red Hat Enterprise Linux images are now available from the Azure Marketplace.
Microsoft announced the release of Azure Active Directory Connect 1.1 today.
Microsoft this week commercially released its Azure IoT Hub set of services, which facilitates Internet of Things operations for organizations.
Microsoft is promising greater organizational control over roamed Windows 10 operating system settings and application-state data when using the Azure Active Directory (AD) service.
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