Take a look at Azure Monitor

Take a look at Azure Monitor

Use Azure’s built-in metrics and log tools to support devops and SRE teams.

Getting started with Azure Fluid Relay

Getting started with Azure Fluid Relay

Microsoft’s Fluid Framework offers an interesting approach to collaborative distributed applications. An Azure service aims to make it easier to deploy and deliver Fluid code.

Microsoft’s Kubernetes for the rest of us

Microsoft’s Kubernetes for the rest of us

Azure Container Apps is a serverless Kubernetes service that manages scaling for you. Just bring your application’s containers, ready to run.

Ignite 2021: Azure’s Chaos Studio goes public

Ignite 2021: Azure’s Chaos Studio goes public

Azure CTO Mark Russinovich explains how Microsoft is bringing chaos engineering tools to its Azure customers.

Using Microsoft’s YARP project to proxy web-based microservices

Using Microsoft’s YARP project to proxy web-based microservices

Microsoft’s internal .NET reverse proxy project gets close to a public release.

Azure updates AKS with new Kubernetes technologies

Azure updates AKS with new Kubernetes technologies

Microsoft continues to evolve Azure’s container orchestration platform, adding proxy and WebAssembly support.

Optimizing C and C++ Windows binaries with SizeBench

Optimizing C and C++ Windows binaries with SizeBench

More of Microsoft’s internal tools get released to the outside world.

Jump into WebAssembly with Hippo

Jump into WebAssembly with Hippo

Deis Labs’ Hippo WebAssembly PaaS makes it easy to build and run portable WASM applications, whether they’re browser-hosted or standalone.

Under the hood with .NET 6

Under the hood with .NET 6

A new .NET release will be here soon, with a new set of compilers that promises a cross-platform future.

Working with Azure Managed Instance for Cassandra

Working with Azure Managed Instance for Cassandra

Use open-source tools to build big data systems that bridge on premises and cloud.

Understanding WAGI, the WebAssembly Gateway Interface

Understanding WAGI, the WebAssembly Gateway Interface

One of the oldest web development techniques is back, ready to power a new generation of edge hardware and services.

Understanding Azure Virtual Networks

Understanding Azure Virtual Networks

Azure’s built-in software-defined network tools are key to delivering cloud-native applications securely.

Use the Visual Studio Code editor in your own projects

Use the Visual Studio Code editor in your own projects

Microsoft’s Monaco JavaScript library powers its own editors. Now you can build it into your own code.

Build verified code with F*

Build verified code with F*

Microsoft Research’s new language makes code safer and more secure.

Build mixed reality for Microsoft Edge with WebXR

Build mixed reality for Microsoft Edge with WebXR

Get started with the new web standard for developing mixed-reality applications in Microsoft Edge on Windows.

How to run Azure services on your own servers

How to run Azure services on your own servers

Microsoft’s Azure Arc now supports Azure App Services.

Debugging concurrent code with Coyote

Debugging concurrent code with Coyote

Microsoft’s new .NET distributed systems testing framework helps track down hard-to-reproduce errors in cloud code.

Design for responsible AI with Microsoft’s HAX

Design for responsible AI with Microsoft’s HAX

Microsoft Research’s Human-AI eXperience toolkit makes us think about how we use AI in our code.

Get your Visual Studio extensions ready for 64-bit

Get your Visual Studio extensions ready for 64-bit

Microsoft is finally releasing a 64-bit version of Visual Studio, but you have to rebuild your VSIX extensions for the new IDE.

Programming the Windows kernel with eBPF

Programming the Windows kernel with eBPF

Microsoft brings an important Linux kernel tool to Windows.

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