Azure Is the New Microsoft

It’s no longer a Windows world. Microsoft has reinvented itself in the cloud, and toward that end, it has ramped up functionality on its platform with new capabilities and integrations on a weekly basis. It feels like a brand-new company.


Hyper-V and Beyond

By Jeffrey Schwartz

The release of Microsoft's first major update to Windows Server 2016 and the long-awaited launch of Azure Stack will enable the ongoing shift toward containerization, DevOps and digitally focused modern apps.

The Composable Datacenter of the Future

By James Green

IT Infrastructure is always evolving. The next big change will be back toward an old, familiar model, closer to the days of the mainframe than the era of siloed servers that has dominated for decades.

Azure Is the New Microsoft

By Paul Schnackenburg

A company built on the world's most popular OS and productivity software has changed radically in just a few years. The cloud has changed everything for the Redmond giant, and not a moment too soon.

Editor's Note

VMware Chooses AWS over Azure

By Keith Ward

VMware, the leading virtualization company in the world, went all-in on Amazon Web Services.

Take Five With Tom Fenton

5 Questions I'd Like to See Answered at Ignite 2017

By Tom Fenton

Microsoft's big show should provide clarity on these issues.

Dan's Take

Microsoft's About Face

By Dan Kusnetzky

In 2017, Microsoft has moved to embrace new approaches to computing.

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