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Windows Server Hyper-V is now a hypervisor for FreeBSD
As noted on the Openness@Microsoft blog this morning by Anandeep Pannu, Senior Program Manager for the Open Source Technical Center: Today, Microsoft and partners NetApp and Citrix are excited to announce the availability of FreeBSD support for Windows Server Hyper-V. This collaboration , announced...
9 Aug 2012
A New Milestone For Openness On Windows Azure
Today Bill Laing, Corporate VP for Server and Cloud, announced a very important set of Windows Azure updates. With these new updates, Windows Azure is more than ever an open and easy platform to build and run applications in the cloud, and the place to be for developers who want to have choice and flexibility...
6 Jun 2012
OSBC 2012: Advancing Interoperability in the Cloud
At the Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco today, Sandy Gupta, the General Manager for Microsoft’s Open Solutions Group, along with Alan Clark, Director of New Initiatives and Emerging Standards for Open Source at SUSE, announced the release of a beta version of the SUSE Manager Management...
21 May 2012
FreeBSD to run as a first-class guest on Windows Server Hyper-V
Today, at BSDCan 2012 , Microsoft and partners NetApp and Citrix announced upcoming native support for FreeBSD support on Windows Server Hyper-V. This move continues our commitment to extend support across platforms to the Windows Server Hyper-V solution, making it easier for more customers to realize...
11 May 2012
Here’s to the first release from MS Open Tech: Redis on Windows
The past few weeks have been very busy in our offices as we announced the creation of Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc . Now that the dust has settled it’s time for us to resume our regular cadence in releasing code, and we are happy to share with you the very first deliverable from our new company...
26 Apr 2012
Microsoft, Hadoop and Big Data
In a couple of weeks it will be my one year anniversary here at Microsoft and I couldn’t wish for a better anniversary gift: now that Microsoft has laid out its roadmap for Big Data , I’m really excited about the role that Apache Hadoop TM plays in this. In case you missed it, Microsoft...
12 Oct 2011
Microsoft @ Oscon 2011: We have become more open, let’s work together!
Gianugo Rabellino, Microsoft’s Senior Director for Open Source Communities, just finished delivering his keynote at OSCON in Portland . As Gianugo is now wandering around the OSCON session and expo floor, I thought it would we useful to give you a quick recap of what he just presented. During...
27 Jul 2011
Mindtouch: Deki, OSS and Windows
by jcannon on July 16, 2008 09:59pm Our community knows that open source businesses are important to Microsoft. Nothing demonstrates this better than the fact that open source was a key theme in the recent Windows Server 2008 Launch. You can read more about that here . One of the individuals we highlighted...
16 Jul 2008
How open source has influenced Windows Server 2008
by Sam Ramji on February 27, 2008 06:00am When I think about what works really well in open source development and technology, the following things stand out: Modular architectures You can find these wherever you see participation at scale – and often a rearchitecture to a more modular...
27 Feb 2008
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