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While Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods for $13.7 billion was rather big news last week, it did not seem to have much relevance to our Microsoft focussed readers.It turns our however that the deal has turned the two largest cloud competitors into partners of sorts.
Earlier this week, Microsoft introduced two additional software-as-a-service subscription plans to the partners who will try to sell them.
Microsoft has long maintained that it has a secret weapon in the cloud wars against the Amazon Web Services juggernaut.
Last week members of Betach's leadership team attended Microsoft's Inspire conference in Washington D.C., the biggest Microsoft partner event of the year, with over 16,000 Microsoft partners from around the world attending. Here is a glimpse of what this amazing event had in store for it's attendees.
There is really no way to sugarcoat the situation. A war is going on between enterprises to whom you have entrusted your data—and a determined criminal element is intent on stealing it. The weapons used in this battle for data often act indiscriminately, leaving civilian casualties in their wake. It is ugly and messy and not likely to end in the foreseeable future.
IF THE FUTURE of computing really does look like Her, and everyone will soon be talking to their devices and falling in love with the soothing voices in their ears, Microsoft is sitting pretty.
A service called Power BI was the first product Microsoft released under CEO Satya Nadella when he took the reins in 2014, and it's remained near and dear to his heart — Nadella uses Power BI to keep tabs on Microsoft itself.
Microsoft today announced the launch of Draft, a new open-source tool that helps developers streamline the processes of developing container-based applications that are meant to run on Kubernetes clusters.