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Default Microsoft creates its own FreeBSD

Software giant Microsoft has made its own version of FreeBSD 10.3 so that the OS is available and supported in Azure.

Jason Anderson, principal PM manager at Microsoft’s Open Source Technology Centre says Redmond “took on the work of building, testing, releasing and maintaining the image” so it could “ensure our customers have an enterprise SLA for their FreeBSD VMs running in Azure”.

Vole said that it did it to remove that burden from the FreeBSD Foundation, which relies on community contributions.

Microsoft said that its work on FreeBSD will be shared.
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