Microsoft Research Spotlights Potential of Software Defined Networking

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Data Centers, Efficiency and Sustainability, Reliability
Microsoft continues to explore new ways to use software to improve the delivery of services running in our cloud-scale infrastructure. Software Defined Networking (SDN) is one of the latest technologies to grab the attention of the networking world, and this week our colleagues in Microsoft Research’s (MSR) Mobility and Networking group published a series of technical papers to demonstrate the potential for this technology. Read More >>

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Microsoft’s Infrastructure Networking Expert Vijay Gill at GigaOm Structure this month

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Microsoft General Manager of engineering, Vijay Gill, will join a panel discussion at GigaOm Structure on June 20th in San Francisco to discuss the evolution of Microsoft’s network infrastructure. Gill leads the Internet network teams for Microsoft’s Global Foundation Services (GFS) that supports the underlying infrastructure for over 200 Microsoft online services for consumers and businesses worldwide. Read More >>

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Operational Excellence is Essential for a Reliable Cloud Infrastructure

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Data Centers, Reliability, Security and Compliance
When Microsoft delivered its first online service back in 1994, the cloud was still a relatively undefined, evolving space. Today, Microsoft’s cloud supports more than 1 billion customers and 20 million businesses in 76 countries and it’s still growing. To support the increasing array of enterprise-level online services, Microsoft is investing heavily in a global cloud infrastructure that delivers security, reliability, scalability, efficiency, and performance. Read More >>

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