Microsoft is finally noticing that most for the workloads on Virtual Machines on Azure are actually Linux-powered, and they are finally releasing the necessary tools to monitor those workloads.
When Microsoft launched this cloud computing platform called Azure, there wasn’t much hope that it will be able to host Linux machines. This was way back in 2010, in the Steve Balmer era, a Microsoft CEO that didn’t like the open source platform at all. The management has changed in … (read more)
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