Microsoft Awards Grants for University Research Focused on Innovative Datacenter and Energy Efficiency Work

As Microsoft continues to find ways to transform the energy supply chain toward greater efficiency and reduced environmental impact, we have seen that driving innovation in energy often requires a close partnership between industry and academia. Work like our new partnership with the University of Texas San Antonio’s Sustainable Energy Research Institute (SERI) and testing our new rack based fuel cell technology with National Fuel cell Research Center at University of Irvine reflect a few of the ways we are leveraging partnerships to accelerate research breakthroughs. Read More >>

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Microsoft Expands Datacenter Presence in Iowa

Last week, the City of West Des Moines announced that Microsoft will expand its datacenter presence in West Des Moines, Iowa, paving the way for one of its Generation 5 cloud-scale datacenters that will enhance reliability and redundancy of our cloud services via software integration. When complete, the datacenter will be one of the largest in the Microsoft portfolio with over one million square feet of colocation and support space. Read More >>

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Microsoft’s Cloud Server Engineer to Share Optimized Server Best Practices at Open Server Summit

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Servers represent an essential component in any datacenter operation. Once a datacenter is built, the servers and energy required to power them are the two largest recurring expenditures, and some datacenter operators aren’t aware of this fact. Kushagra Vaid, General Manager for Server Engineering, will keynote at the Open Server Summit in San Francisco on October 24 to share how Microsoft optimizes its servers for cloud service delivery. Read More >>

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Microsoft’s Global Foundation Services and Windows Azure Receive FedRAMP JAB P-ATO

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Business Impact, Data Centers, Reliability, Security and Compliance
I am pleased to announce that after a rigorous review process, Microsoft’s Global Foundation Services (GFS) organization, in conjunction with Microsoft’s Windows Azure cloud platform, has been granted Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO) from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Joint Authorization Board (JAB). The press release is available here. Read More >>

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Microsoft’s recruiting more Engineers for its expanding Cloud Infrastructure

Microsoft has 38 years of experience in software design, and well-known business and consumer products like Windows, Office, and Xbox wouldn’t exist without the software developers who helped create them. Software is at the core of Microsoft’s own infrastructure where it’s being used to advance the scalability, reliability, and efficiency of our service operations. Today we’re hiring the next software development stars to help us grow our global cloud-scale infrastructure to meet the incredible customer demand for Microsoft’s 200+ cloud services. Read More >>

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