— Microsoft Developer (@msdevUK) October 31, 2017
— Brian Linuxing (@BrianLinuxing) October 31, 2017
However, the numbers seem to account for the roughly 7% rise since last year, in June 2016, when Microsoft reported that one out of every three Azure VMs is running Linux.
Users of Microsoft’s popular cloud computing service can choose between various supported Linux distributions like CentOS, CoreOS, Debian, Oracle Linux, RHEL, SUSE Linux Enterprise, openSUSE, and Ubuntu.
Earlier this year, the company also added support for Intel’s Clear Linux. And now, users can also load Kali Linux on their Azure virtual machines.
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