On November 18, 2014, many of our Microsoft Azure customers experienced a service interruption that impacted Azure Storage and several other services, including Virtual Machines.
In this post, we will take a look at the Azure Data Factory integration with Azure Machine Learning.
We are excited to announce the support for backing up data to Azure from Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 machines, using Azure Backup.
If you’re familiar with Azure Automation, you’re probably aware that PowerShell is the fundamental technology that makes Azure Automation great. But PowerShell itself is great due to its extensibility through PowerShell modules.
This post provides information on creating Linux VMs in Azure and using tools like Chef, Puppet and Docker for managing Linux VMs.
We’re excited to announce the preview of the Microsoft Azure Premium Storage Disks. With the introduction of new Premium Storage, Microsoft Azure now offers two types of durable storage: Premium and Standard Storage.
We are very excited to announce that Live Channels for Azure Media Services is now generally available and backed by the full support of the Azure Service-Level Agreement (SLA) for all customers.
This year is closing with the biggest set of capabilities ever released in one day from the Azure Active Directory team. Many features are coming in public preview for the first time and others are now generally available, on December 11th.
Today, we’re announcing Public Preview support for Azure Premium Storage. Azure Premium Storage is a new type of SSD-based storage, designed to support I/O intensive workloads.
The availability of a new preview, which was previously announced in November, introduces near-complete SQL Server engine compatibility and more Premium performance, representing the next-generation of the SQL Database service.
Today we are furthering our enterprise offerings with new and enhanced Azure services across Storage, Azure SQL Database, Azure Active Directory and much more.