We continue to rapidly innovate on the Azure platform with new and enhanced cloud services that will help our partners and customers take advantage of the speed, flexibility and cost savings of the cloud. Here are some exciting updates as we head into our Worldwide Partner Conference next week in Washington, D.C.
We continue to expand our cloud services, enabling customers move into today’s cloud-first world. We are delighted to announce updates that continue our momentum with endorsement from industry analysts and customers.
This blog provides a step-by-step guide to set up a highly available on-premises VPN gateway using Windows technologies to connect to Azure.
DaaS – Diagnostics as a Service for Azure Web Sites. A Site extension that allows you to quickly root cause application specific issues.
In late April Scott Guthrie blogged about the new SQL Database Basic and Standard service tiers, and new features added to the…
With the latest release of Azure Web Sites, the backup and restore feature is now out of preview and generally available. This change includes several improvements to the feature.
While Azure Automation runbooks can be intimidating at first, with a little training they can be easily mastered. In this blog post, we’ll go into depth on some of the features Azure Automation provides to help you write and use runbooks more effectively, as well as some best practices and common gotchas to help you reach true runbook nirvana.
Storage for Media Services Storage is a very critical component of Media workflows. When you create a Media Services account,…
An insight into a customer’s experience of moving their Azure Services between regions. Learn how they achieved the migration in a smooth and simple way.
In the latest version of Azure Websites, we have enabled a new Web Deploy endpoint which lives as a site…
In this blog, I’ll show you how to leverage the Azure Automation service to accomplish a customer requested scenario of truncating tables when a particular database approaches its maximum size capacity. Although targeted towards a specific scenario, the highlighted example provides the framework to enable one to accomplish countless Azure SQL DB scenarios that one would normally need a SQL Server Agent to perform.
Announcing external endpoint and weighted load balancing in Azure Traffic Manager, and how to administer these features via our new PowerShell cmdlets for Traffic Manager service management.