Microsoft’s next wave of network design is a real network
Microsoft’s new design strategy for its traditional network is a big step forward for the company.
In a series of blog posts published Thursday, Microsoft said it’s looking to “enhance the overall user experience, deliver better connectivity, and bring more features to users through a consistent user experience.”
It’s also looking to bring back “a more connected, inclusive and productive workplace.”
The company’s next round of network designs is designed around a new architecture for its enterprise network.
The new design uses an evolving design architecture called Distributed Computing.
Microsoft said the Distributed Architecture is a framework for providing the flexibility needed to create a consistent and responsive user experience across all of Microsoft’s business.
For example, Microsoft could be designing network designs around the needs of a specific enterprise environment.
The idea is that a single network design could be optimized to work with an individual customer’s needs.
Microsoft described the new architecture as a “distributed network architecture” or DCA.
The DCA design model, like most distributed architecture frameworks, is built around a single, consistent set of technologies.
For the DCA, Microsoft has been building the network for a while.
Microsoft started building the Dca network in the early 2000s.
Microsoft began building the Distribute Computing network with the same philosophy Microsoft adopted with its Windows operating system, Microsoft Office, and its Office 365 service.
In the new Dca design, Microsoft wants to build a new kind of network that’s “more efficient, more resilient and more responsive to changing needs.”
The new DCA will allow users to select a network for each of their Microsoft-owned devices.
For instance, a user could have an individual device that they use for their email and work, a group of devices that they want to share their work, and a home network that they would use for business-related devices.
This design allows for a “more flexible, more agile, more connected workplace.”
Microsoft said its network architecture will be “consistent across devices and devices, across organizations and across devices across devices.”
“Consistent across device design, across devices, we want to be able to deliver a more connected and inclusive workplace where people feel like they have a shared network experience,” said Matt Hensley, Microsoft’s network design director.
Microsoft also wants to make it easier for users to switch networks for work and play.
The company said it will make it easy for users “to switch networks in a single step, from one device to another, from a device to a device, from device to device, in an environment where they are not tied to a specific device, but can choose to do so, and switch from a network of one device and work on a different device.”
Microsoft has a lot of network devices in its Windows, Office, Office 365, and Azure cloud.
With a Dca architecture, Microsoft will be able “to create a network that supports different levels of connectivity,” Hensly said.
“For instance, the first device that a user connects to is connected to the Internet, but the second device is connected by the cloud.”
“A Dca is going to be a great platform for enterprise to support a wider variety of devices,” he said.