Much like the Windows Insider program, Microsoft has been doing its best to incorporate user feedback into their development process for many of its platforms. According to Microsoft’s own, Jake Siegel, the company has done the same with the development of Azure Preview 2. In a short post on the Microsoft Azure blog’s, Microsoft’s senior program manager with Microsoft Azure Ning Kuang also explains that Azure has done its best to integrate feedback from users in its latest preview.
With that being said, the Azure team is utilizing that feedback in an attempt to deliver the best experience possible and provide users with features that will aid businesses.
Today, the Cloud Foundry on Azure Preview 2 is available. Cloud Foundry on Azure Preview 2 takes advantage of the newest open source Cloud Foundry technologies and builds on Bosh-Init framework. It also integrates with the latest Azure resource management framework, supporting multiple Cloud Foundry VMs.”
For those who are unaware of what Azure is, Microsoft Azure is a cloud based, IT infrastructure solution for businesses. Applications for Azure are detailed in posts like “Microsoft Azure selected to handle leading game developer’s surging customer demand.”