Microsoft has just announced that it will hold the “azure open day” online activity on November 18. The theme will focus on Linux software that developers are very concerned about. During this period, participants can watch two keynote speeches, four symposiums, and 12 technical seminars to learn more about how to integrate Linux, open source software, and utilities of azure cloud platform together. < / P > < p > in order to improve developers’ understanding of the company’s platforms and services, Microsoft has been keeping a close eye on the latest development of the open source ecosystem. In a blog post today, the company said it would provide strong support for the open source community. < / P > < p > the latest goal is to help various Linux projects achieve vigorous development through azure. Microsoft claims that it has the security, scalability, and reliability of the cloud platform that developers expect. < / P > < p > since Linux accounts for half of the core of azure cloud computing, this open day will help developers better understand the latest features of azure cloud platform and discuss how to run various workloads without other Microsoft services. < / P > < p > related discussions will focus on how to provide specific methods to maximize the return rate of Azure Platform. For example, through azure red hat openshift container deployment, and cloud security management. < / P > < p > finally, there will be no threshold for this activity, and interested friends can submit free registration (portal) on the official website from now on. In addition to keynote speeches, Microsoft will open up real-time interaction and have the opportunity to participate in competitions and awards. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days