Microsoft is giving customers a new way to run their virtualized workloads on-premises while connecting to Azure.
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Microsoft has committed publicly to use ARM chips in machines that will be running cloud services in its own datacenters before year-end.
Microsoft isn't often mentioned when it comes to in-memory database conversations. But here's why Redmond thinks they deserve to be.
Microsoft is aiming to launch two of its key enterprise server families of products -- the next version of SQL Server and the next versions of its System Center family of systems management wares -- in 2012, a top company official said today.
Microsoft is informing customers hit by its Office 365 cloud outage this week that a "networking interruption" caused the problem, and that the company is planning to offer them a 25 percent credit for their trouble.
Microsoft is continuing to move some of its SQL Server capabilities to the cloud and turn them into services. The latest: Complex event processing, a capability that's codenamed "Austin."
What the heck has going on with Microsoft's Business Productivity Online Services (BPOS) platform this week?
Following in the footsteps of a number of other active (and not so active) labs sites, Microsoft's BI (business intelligence) Labs quietly opened its virtual doors in April.
It's only Monday, but the week is starting off with some finished -- and unfinished -- Microsoft vs. Google business.
Microsoft is dropping Quadrant, a tool originally slated to be part its data-modeling platform, which was originally codenamed Oslo, and is revising its plans for its M data-modeling language.