Sustainable Software

Learn how to define, build and run sustainable software applications.

The current state of affairs and a roadmap for effective carbon-accounting tooling in AI
The current state of affairs and a roadmap for effective carbon-accounting tooling in AI
The societal case for carbon accounting of AI systems   Digital services consume a lot of energy and it goes without saying that in a world with accelerating climate change, we must be conscious in all parts of life with our carbon footprints. In the case of the software that we write, specifically, the AI systems we build, these ...
The Carbon Monkey
The Carbon Monkey
applying chaos engineering to sustainable software to find a sweet spot that allows a differential measurement of the carbon impact of an application
Introducing EcoQoS
Introducing EcoQoS
EcoQoS is a new Quality of Service (QoS) level introduced to Windows that developers can now opt-in to run their work efficiently, leading to better energy efficiency/increased battery life, reduced fan noise and power/thermal throttling.
Remote working: How organizations can achieve their sustainability goals
Remote working: How organizations can achieve their sustainability goals
By massively increasing the Hybrid Work usage (time spent in meetings has more than doubled globally, and over 40 billion more emails were delivered in February of this year compared with last. Source : Microsoft releases findings and considerations from one year of remote work in Work Trend Index - Stories), the health crisis has not only...
Tuning Servers for Energy Savings
Tuning Servers for Energy Savings
An overview of the key power and performance features, how to enable them, and touch on collecting traces and running benchmarks to see what’s impacted by these features. The goal of this article is to help you find the right sets of power configurations to be able to meet the demands of your workload while being energy efficient.
Deep Learning to the rescue! Mitigating anthropogenic impact upon killer whales in the Canadian Arctic and Salish Sea
Deep Learning to the rescue! Mitigating anthropogenic impact upon killer whales in the Canadian Arctic and Salish Sea
History and Background  Marine vessel traffic is having a negative anthropogenic impact on marine environments and marine mammals, such as killer whales and other cetaceans, which experience growing pressures by the increasing and constantly changing diverse anthropogenic ocean use and activities performed in coastal areas. The ...