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Microsoft served as a main sponsor for the 2013 Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco. During a keynote address on Tuesday with its alliance partner SUSE, Microsoft’s Open Solutions Group announced Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V support for SUSE Cloud.
Customers Create New, Amazing Solutions with Windows Azure
Windows Azure lets customers push the boundaries of technology to create winning business solutions. Here are some examples of customers doing amazing things with Windows Azure.
Windows Azure Introduces Infrastructure Services, Commitment to Match Amazon Pricing
Windows Azure Infrastructure Services advances the industry by enabling an unmatched ability to combine on-premises, private cloud, and public cloud technology. Not only does Windows Azure Infrastructure Services let customers make the best cloud choice for their business, but Microsoft will match Amazon Web Services’ prices for commodity services such as compute, storage, and bandwidth.
Microsoft Teams up with NBC Sports Group
Beginning this summer, sports fans will be able to watch more than 5,000 hours of some of the biggest sporting events across NBC Sports’ digital platforms, powered by Windows Azure Media Services.
Today at the PASS Business Analytics Conference in Chicago, Microsoft disclosed a public preview of project codename “GeoFlow” for Excel, which is now available for download as an Excel add-in here.
Last year, EMC introduced VSPEX Proven Infrastructure, delivering a simple, efficient and flexible reference architecture-based cloud infrastructure to customers.
Brad Anderson, corporate vice president in Microsoft’s Windows Server and System Center Group, took the stage this morning to kick-off the Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas.
Startups Can Benefit from Access to Windows AzureTo help early-stage startups succeed, Microsoft introduced the next class of startups in the Microsoft Accelerator for Windows Azure, powered by TechStars.