Today at WPC we made a number of significant technology and program announcements to help our customers capitalize on the incredible opportunities provided by big data, advanced analytics and cloud computing.
Premium encoding is now generally available in Azure Media Services. Its capabilities such as automated decision-making logic can adapt to a variety of input and output file formats.
Azure Search is now available in the Australia, Brazil and Japan regions. Learn how to started quickly and take advantage of Azure Search’s powerful features.
The OMS Search API enables alerting, notification and remediation scenario’s using Azure Automation. Check out this blog post for samples and guidance!
The cloud is changing the way companies do business. There is, and will be, an increasing need for professionals with the expertise to transition companies to the cloud.
Today, we’re excited to announce Azure SDK 2.7 for Visual Studio 2013 and Visual Studio 2015. We are also excited to announce the final release of Visual Studio 2015.
This morning Visual Studio 2015 was released with a lot of great features to support every phase of your development cycle.
We’re excited to announce that this week ESET became part of the Azure Marketplace Security VM Extensions family.
Today, I’m pleased to announce an update to the Mobile Apps .NET Server SDK. We took a good look at our SDK and the customer feedback around it, and we’ve been hard at work revising it.
If you’ve experimented with Microsoft Azure, or are already using it for some of your IT functionality, you may be ready to take that next step and integrate your infrastructure with Azure.
We’ve fielded asks on a regular basis from customers for an on demand media encoder that is more agile and able to support more input and output formats. Today, I have a solution for those asks – a new file based media processor, named “Media Encoder Standard”.