Microsoft and Nvidia are teaming up to build a cloud-based supercomputer with a focus on artificial intelligence (AI).
Microsoft delivered its quarterly results Wednesday and it was a mixed bag of news.
Microsoft is throwing its weight behind Arm-based cloud computing, unveiling Ampere Altra Arm virtual machines (VMs) on its Azure platform.
Supply chain issues may be negatively impacting Microsoft’s Azure cloud service, constraining the supply of available server resources.
Microsoft has partnered Next Pathway to help companies speed up their migration from legacy data warehouses to Microsoft Azure.
AWS’ SVP of Sales and Marketing is calling out Microsoft for its cloud licensing terms, despite the latter company’s recent changes.
Microsoft and Oracle are partnering to integrate their platforms, providing customers with a powerful multicloud option.
Microsoft surprised the industry Netflix chose the Redmond company for its advertising ambitions, but Microsoft had a winning formula.
Tom Keane, Microsoft Cloud VP, is leaving the company after allegations he verbally “cut people down to pieces” on a regular basis.
Microsoft has received permission to provide cloud services in Kuwait, a big win for the company as it continues to expand its cloud business.
Multiple reports are showing that Microsoft Azure is increasingly becoming a major threat to AWS in the cloud space.
Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines are making their way to Arm processors, bringing significant performance improvements over x86.
Microsoft has been hit with an antitrust complaint regarding its cloud business in the EU, as rivals try to compete against the second-largest cloud provider.
Microsoft has signaled it wants to provide security for cloud-based companies in general, regardless of whether they use Azure, AWS, or Google Cloud.
Microsoft has reported its latest quarterly earnings, smashing Wall Street expectations on strong cloud growth.
Microsoft has announced its FY22 Q1 results, beating analysts expectations on strong cloud growth.
Microsoft’s run of good quarters appears poised to continue, with a “Picasso-like masterpiece quarter.”
Gone are the days of Linux and Microsoft being rivals, with the Redmond giant embracing SUSE Linux to run SAP applications in Azure.