The story of how Microsoft finally found its way onto Windows 10 machines.
In this episode of Next Big Futures, Alex Chmielewski, who’s a senior software developer at Microsoft, and Brian P. Kallman, who runs Microsoft’s Games Developer Academy, discuss Microsoft’s early progress in building games that run on Windows.
In the process, they’ll discuss the recent development of an innovative system called Azure Machine Learning, and the company’s current effort to get games running on Windows as a service.
In short, they talk about how Microsoft is working on new ways to create games that will run on machines that run Windows, not on PCs.
Microsoft’s first attempt to run games on machines without a Windows 10 installation, Azure Machine Intelligence, was a success, and Microsoft has continued to improve it.
In Windows 10’s new Universal Windows Platform, however, Microsoft’s efforts have been somewhat muted.
The company’s first Universal Windows Games are not yet running in Windows 10 and may not run at all in the future.
“I think it’s a good sign,” Chmieleski says of Azure Machine learning.
In this new video, Chmielywski and P.K. Kellogg, Microsoft vice president of Windows and Windows Universal Platform, talk about Azure Machine, a new way for games to run on computers running Windows 10. “
That’s good, because we still need to figure out how to run them.”
In this new video, Chmielywski and P.K. Kellogg, Microsoft vice president of Windows and Windows Universal Platform, talk about Azure Machine, a new way for games to run on computers running Windows 10.
In a new video interview, Microsoft execs talk about Windows 10 gaming and what it means to Microsoft and the world.
Read more in the video below.
The team behind the Azure Machine effort has been working on a system called the Microsoft Machine Learning Platform (MMLP).
The MMLP is designed to help companies build game experiences that run in the cloud, and in this case, it lets them use Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform to run Windows games.
In many ways, it’s like Google’s Cloud Platform for Games: it’s just a platform to host games.
“There are two major problems,” Kellogg says in the interview.
“One is that the platform itself has a lot of overhead, so it’s not a great platform to be using, and so we’ve been working hard to get the platform to scale.”
He says Microsoft’s cloud service is “pretty fast,” but that’s still a huge leap.
Microsoft is currently building a system that will allow games to be run on PCs that are running Windows 8, but it’s still not available to developers yet.
“Right now, we can’t run games that are run on Azure,” Kellog says.
“And I think that’s a really big hurdle that we’ve got to overcome.”
The second big hurdle is how to make Azure Machine learn and be able to predict and run games in the way that the game needs.
The process of building games and delivering them to the consumer is complex and iterative.
If Microsoft is successful with Azure Machine’s technology, it will allow Microsoft to get much closer to that goal.
Microsoft has been doing a lot lately of iterative testing, and it’s hoping that this is the next step in that process.
“The way we think about this is that we’re building a new generation of games that we can bring to the cloud,” Kellig says.
He adds that the team is focused on “sorting the games we can make into a set of games we want to build and deliver to the public.”
The first big step in Microsoft’s plans to get Azure Machine to scale will be its Azure Game Services, a platform that will enable games to work on Azure.
This is an exciting time for Microsoft’s game platform, as the company is starting to bring games to its cloud service.
The Azure Game Service was announced in May.
Kellog, Chmilileski, and PK Kellogg will talk about the Azure Game Server at this year’s Game Developers Conference, taking place in San Francisco from July 15-18.
It will be interesting to see how Microsoft’s Game Services stack up to other cloud platforms and what games can do in Azure.
The Game Services team will be in the San Francisco area to talk about that, as well as the Azure Games Cloud initiative, which is focused mostly on bringing Windows 10 games to Azure.
“We’re still in a very early stage,” Kellogs says.
But he says that the cloud platform team is “really focused on the next steps” in building Azure games.
If this new Microsoft Machine learning platform is successful, it could be the future of games.