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5 tips for IIS on containers: #4 Solving for Horizontal Scale

5 tips for IIS on containers: #4 Solving for Horizontal Scale

Fourth up in this blog series!  Solving for Horizontal Scale with IIS and Containers.   Make sure to check out the other topics in the blog on SSL certificate lifecycle management, IIS app pools and websites and Hardcoded configurations Azure Kubernetes Service Since each node on ... continue reading
5 tips for IIS on containers: #3 Hardcoded configuration

5 tips for IIS on containers: #3 Hardcoded configuration

We’re getting into the third topic of our blog post series about IIS on Windows containers. In case you missed, check out the blog on SSL certificate lifecycle management and IIS app pools and websites. Today, we’re covering hardcoded configurations ... continue reading
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NBA and Microsoft team up to transform fan experiences with cloud application modernization

There’s nothing quite like watching a basketball game and cheering on your favorite team as they battle it out for points before the buzzer sounds. From the players and employees to the technology, all need to work in lockstep to ... continue reading
5 tips for IIS on containers: #2 IIS App Pools and Websites

5 tips for IIS on containers: #2 IIS App Pools and Websites

The next topic in this series is IIS App Pools and Websites. Vinicius and I discuss the challenges with managing multiple application pools and how to address them with containers at our Microsoft Ignite Talk.   Scaling up an IIS app ... continue reading

Improve your energy and carbon efficiency with Azure sustainability guidance

This week at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP27) in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, we’re collectively focused on how to measure progress, build markets, and empower people across the globe to deliver a just, sustainable future ... continue reading
Various layers of full cloud-native stack on Kubernetes

Accelerate your cloud-native journey with Azure Monitor

This blog was co-authored by Xema Pathak, Senior Product Manager; Sahil Arora, Principal PM Lead; Matthew McCleary, Senior Program Manager and Brian Wren, Principal Content Developer. Organizations are going through an era of digital transformation and are embracing various cloud-native ... continue reading
5 tips for IIS on containers: #1 SSL certificate lifecycle management

5 tips for IIS on containers: #1 SSL certificate lifecycle management

Today, my colleague Amy Colyer and I are starting a new blog series based on our talk at Microsoft Ignite 2022. In the session we covered 5 tips for containerizing IIS applications with Windows containers. On that 45-minute session, we ... continue reading
General Availability for SDN integration with AKS on Azure Stack HCI

General Availability for SDN integration with AKS on Azure Stack HCI

Our SDN and AKS engineering teams are so excited to announce General Availability based on customer feedback to enable SDN as the best place to host your AKS workloads on HCI.  This enables consistency with Azure Kubernetes Service for true ... continue reading

Maximize your Windows Server investments with new benefits and more flexibility

Customers like you, with businesses of all sizes, have trusted Windows Server as the platform to run your mission-critical workloads for over 30 years. Through challenging economic conditions and constantly shifting business needs, you’ve been able to adapt and innovate ... continue reading

How Microsoft Azure helps drive agility and optimization for your business

Welcome to Microsoft Ignite! I’m incredibly inspired by this global community and how you’ve navigated your organizations through significant changes over the past few years. In a world where business leaders are feeling the pressure to do more with less, ... continue reading