Today marks the beginning of our free public preview of Hyperlapse for Azure Media Services!
Gartner recently published their Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service and Microsoft has been named a Leader based on the completeness of our vision and ability to execute in the IaaS market for the second year in a row.
It’s time for the first official update for Azure Media Player! Since the release of Azure Media Player last month, there has been quite a bit of great feedback and this update addresses some of that.
Visit the Query Playground to try out DocumentDB’s rich querying capabilities!
The mobile app Sleeve Music is becoming an international sensation, thanks to the vision and talent of the savvy developers at Orange Tribes and their use of Microsoft Azure.
If you missed any of the Azure Site Recovery sessions at Ignite 2015, check out the recordings.
A few weeks back, we added support for one of our top requested services within the preview portal: Cloud Services. Using this new experience you can Create, Browse, Manage and Monitor your Cloud Services directly within the preview portal.
Video gaming has long been considered the forte of countries like Japan and USA. However, things have been quietly changing during the last few years with the fledgling gaming industry in India growing exponentially.
Learn how to use Visual Studio Code to publish to Azure App Service!
Over the past 9 months, Microsoft has been significantly investing in subsea and terrestrial dark fiber capacity by engaging in fiber partnerships that span multiple oceans and continents. And today, our connections across the Atlantic and Pacific just got stronger.
Last week during /build, we announced support for Open Source Cloud Foundry and are excited that Cloud Foundry was part of this announcement as we’ve heard that customers would like to use Azure for running or extending their Cloud Foundry deployments.