By By Paul Stoltenberg, TechRadars Staff WriterMicrosoft’s Azure network engineer has made a splash with his new role at the company.
While the role has only been around for a year, his LinkedIn profile states that he joined the company in March of last year.
The engineer will be responsible for building out Azure’s infrastructure and developing the platform that runs Azure’s cloud services.
The company will use the new position to further expand Azure, as the service has grown in the past year.
“The first thing I want to say is that we are very excited about what’s happening with the cloud,” he wrote in the profile.
“We’ve seen a lot of exciting things happen with Azure over the last few years.
I can’t wait to continue that.”
The cloud is now Microsoft’s fastest growing service, according to recent statistics from the Redmond company.
It has added 1.5 million cloud jobs since January 2016, and the number of cloud jobs added is expected to double by 2020.
Microsoft recently launched Azure IoT, a cloud-based service that connects IoT devices to Azure and can control them remotely.
The service will allow enterprises to build, deploy, and monitor their own cloud-connected devices.
Microsoft also recently announced a cloud storage service called Azure IoT Drive, which will allow businesses to store and share data on their own data centers and use it for other business processes.
Microsoft also announced a partnership with Oracle to build a cloud network that can be used to host enterprise cloud services, including Microsoft Azure.
The Oracle cloud network is capable of handling a large number of data centers, including Azure.
The LinkedIn profile also mentions that he worked for Microsoft on a project that involved building a remote-control drone.
He did this while working at Oracle and has been using the drone for some time.
Microsoft is also currently working on a cloud service that will allow organizations to store files on their Azure cloud services using their own physical servers.
The Cloud Storage Service, which is being developed by Microsoft and other partners, will allow companies to store data locally and remotely, as well as to access cloud services through a single central location.
Microsoft plans to use the service for cloud applications, applications that are hosted on Azure.