Written by David Dennis, Director, Product Marketing
This post has been coauthored by Nikisha Reyes-Grange and Katie Fritsch.
“Tech companies born with an open-source mentality get it. It’s our ability to work together that makes our dreams believable, and ultimately achievable; we must learn to build on the ideas of others.”—Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft.
Microsoft has always been a developer-first organization, and we strive to make tools and platforms that serve developers. Open Source on Azure gives developers the freedom to build next-generation intelligent applications where they want, and when they want. Thanks to the power of open source, developers can now innovate faster and more securely on Azure. Microsoft helps you write more secure code, respond quickly to vulnerabilities in your software supply chain, and adopt the latest best practices to secure your development environments—all with a commitment to open source and support for all languages and frameworks.
By combining the most beloved coding and collaboration tools—Linux, GitHub, Visual Studio Code, along with the Azure platform—the open-source software in the Azure ecosystem aids developer productivity with best-in-class tools for code-to-cloud development.
Azure Open Source Day highlights Microsoft’s commitment to open source and focused on how Open Source technologies can be used to build intelligent apps faster and with more flexibility.
Opening panel: How open source and AI impact software development in the cloud
We are kicking off our show with a panel of thought leaders from Github, HashiCorp, Microsoft, and Redis to discuss how open source has continued to evolve software development, impacts on software supply chain and security, and how new AI capabilities may impact the future.
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