Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Azure Service Fabric Powers Microsoft's Cloud



Microsoft's Azure Service Fabric is a microservice application platform that allows developers to decompose their work into logical subsystems that are loosely coupled and can be updated independently.


In this video, Mark Russinovich, Chief Technology Office for Microsoft Azure,  talks about how Azure Service Fabric is becoming a key differentiator for the company's cloud initiatives.

Recorded at Open Networking Summit 2015 in Santa Clara, California.

http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/campaigns/service-fabric/

https://youtu.be/R_zwGMQuuaA


#ONS2015 - Microsoft Azure Puts SDN at Center of its Hyperscale Cloud


To handle its hyperscale growth, Microsoft Azure must integrate the latest compute and storage technologies into a truly software-defined infrastructure, said Mark Russinovich, Chief Technology Officer of Microsoft Azure in a keynote presentation at the Open Networking Summit in Santa Clara, California. The talk covered how Microsoft is building its hyperscale SDN, including its own scalable controllers and hardware-accelerated hosts.  Microsoft...


More on core technologies for enabling hyperscale clouds

See Brad Booth on Hierarchical SDN, the move toward on-board optics, and Flexible Ethernet for data center operations.

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