For the first time, Microsoft has added its Azure IaaS offering to its bug bounty program.
Microsoft expanded its platform-as-a-service capabilities with the release of Azure Service Fabric, a new service aimed at developers and ISVs to help them build cloud-based applications with high levels of both scalability and customization.
Microsoft and Zend Technologies will be unveiling a new PHP debugging tool at Microsoft Build later this month. The tool, dubbed Z-Ray, will go into preview on Microsoft Azure at that time.
Last week, reports indicated that HP saw the light--or lack of it--and planned to exit the public cloud market. Of course, it's not true.
Microsoft wants developers using Azure's infrastructure-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service. Now the company is taking closer aim at those developing in Java.
Microsoft and Japan's Fujitsu announced Sunday that they are collaborating on the use of Internet of Things to improve the manufacturing process.
Microsoft is taking aim at Google, Amazon Web Services and its other public cloud competitors with the launch of Nano Server and Hyper-V containerization technology.
Of particular interest to developers last week was the release of Microsoft Azure App Service. The service aims to make it easier to build web and mobile apps for any platform or device.
Greater interest among enterprises in the Microsoft Azure public cloud has driven Cloudyn to expand its support to Azure.
Microsoft has introduced new and updated Azure services aimed at helping developers, as well as in maintaining business continuity strategies. Included in its two rounds of announcements this week are Azure App Service, as well as updates to Site Recovery and Backup that the company has dubbed Availability on Demand.