Cloud Run: Bringing serverless to containers

Developers love serverless. With serverless, you can focus on code, deploy it, and let the platform take care of the rest—all while only paying for exactly what you use. But traditional serverless solutions can limit what programming languages you can use, or require you to organize our code around functions. At Google Cloud Next 2019, … Read moreCloud Run: Bringing serverless to containers

Announcing the preview of Windows Server containers support in Azure Kubernetes Service

Kubernetes is taking the app development world by storm. Earlier this month, we shared that the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) was the fastest growing compute service in Azure’s history. Customers like Siemens Healthineers, Finastra, Maersk, and Hafslund are realizing the benefits of using AKS to easily deploy, manage and scale applications without getting into the toil of … Read moreAnnouncing the preview of Windows Server containers support in Azure Kubernetes Service

Optimize price-performance with compute auto-scaling in Azure SQL Database serverless

Optimizing compute resource allocation to achieve performance goals while controlling costs can be a challenging balance to strike especially for database workloads with complex usage patterns. To help address these challenges, we are pleased to announce the preview of Azure SQL Database serverless. SQL Database serverless (preview) is a new compute tier that optimizes price-performance … Read moreOptimize price-performance with compute auto-scaling in Azure SQL Database serverless

AWS App Mesh Walkthrough

How to Deploy the Color App on Amazon ECS This is a walkthrough for deploying the Color App that was demonstrated at the AWS App Mesh launch. The new service helps you to run and monitor HTTP and TCP services at scale with a consistent way to route and monitor traffic. The following diagram shows the programming … Read moreAWS App Mesh Walkthrough