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First sneak peek of Windows Server, version 1903 Semi-Annual Channel

This blog was co-authored by Ben Schultz, Principal Program Manager and Weijuan Shi Davis, Senior Program Manager, Windows Server. Greetings! With the launch of Windows Server 2019 a few months ago, we kicked off a whole new wave of innovation ... continue reading
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AI for Good: Developer challenge!

Do you have an idea that could improve and empower the lives of everyone in a more accessible way? Or perhaps you have an idea that would help create a sustainable balance between modern society and the environment? Even if ... continue reading
Tuesdays with Corey: New specialized HPC VM sizes available

Tuesdays with Corey: New specialized HPC VM sizes available

Have you even thought about what happens when you select a “machine size” when deploying a VM in Azure? You are selecting a set of resources (CPU, Cores, RAM, Networking speeds, Storage) configured together into a VM that will run ... continue reading
Discrete Device Assignment -- GPUs

Discrete Device Assignment — GPUs

First published on TECHNET on Nov 23, 2015 This is the third post in a four part series. My previous two blog posts talked about Discrete Device Assignment ( link ) and the machines and devices necessary ( link ) ... continue reading
Discrete Device Assignment -- Description and background

Discrete Device Assignment — Description and background

First published on TECHNET on Nov 19, 2015 With Windows Server 2016, we're introducing a new feature, called Discrete Device Assignment, in Hyper-V.  Users can now take some of the PCI Express devices in their systems and pass them through ... continue reading
Discrete Device Assignment -- Machines and devices

Discrete Device Assignment — Machines and devices

First published on TECHNET on Nov 20, 2015 In my last post , I talked about a new feature of Windows Server 2016, Discrete Device Assignment. This post will discuss the machines and devices necessary for making this feature work ... continue reading
Hyper-V Replica BPA Rules

Hyper-V Replica BPA Rules

First published on TECHNET on Oct 01, 2013 A frequent question from our customers is on whether there are standard “best practices” when deploying Hyper-V Replica (or any Windows Server role for that matter). These questions come in many avatars ... continue reading

Microsoft and NVIDIA bring GPU-accelerated machine learning to more developers

With ever-increasing data volume and latency requirements, GPUs have become an indispensable tool for doing machine learning (ML) at scale. This week, we are excited to announce two integrations that Microsoft and NVIDIA have built together to unlock industry-leading GPU ... continue reading
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Azure Machine Learning service now supports NVIDIA’s RAPIDS

Azure Machine Learning service is the first major cloud ML service to support NVIDIA’s RAPIDS, a suite of software libraries for accelerating traditional machine learning pipelines with NVIDIA GPUs. Just as GPUs revolutionized deep learning through unprecedented training and inferencing ... continue reading
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Build your own deep learning models on Azure Data Science Virtual Machines

As a modern developer, you may be eager to build your own deep learning models but aren’t quite sure where to start. If this is you, I recommend you take a look at the deep learning course from fast.ai. This ... continue reading