Yesterday evening Pacific Standard Time, Azure storage services experienced a service interruption across the United States, Europe and parts of Asia, which impacted multiple cloud services in these regions. I want to first sincerely apologize for the disruption this has caused.
The live Connect(); two-day virtual developer event starts this Wednesday, so save the date, connect with a community of dedicated developers, and get a jump start on the road ahead!
In June, Microsoft Azure added support for Docker containers on Linux VMs to ease deployment of Dockerized applications into the cloud and just over two weeks ago we announced Windows Server Containers and Azure Support for Docker Open Orchestration APIs.
While Windows “Shared Disk Failover Cluster” is not yet supported for Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines, 3rd-party software SIOS Datakeeper can be used as an alternative. As a sample use case, this post describes how to make a file share highly available.
At TechEd Europe 2014 Azure announced support for Octopus Deploy, providing the ability to create Azure Virtual Machines with Octopus components pre-installed was one of the top requested features on Azure User Voice and we are very excited to provide this functionality!
To help combat emerging threats, Microsoft employs an innovative Assume Breach strategy and leverages highly specialized groups of security experts, known as the Red Team, to strengthen threat detection, response and defense for its enterprise cloud services.
Last week we introduced breakthrough visualization experiences for the business continuity capabilities in Azure SQL Database. Setting up and administering your geo-replication is easier and more intuitive than ever before.
In this blog post, I want to explain how to use a capability in SQL Server called Integrated Change Tracking to efficiently sync data changes from SQL Server to Azure Search.
We’ve released a number of great enhancements to further improve the DocumentDB management experience. Our October 23rd portal update lights up several new capabilities!
We have made available a new prototype. The purpose of preview versions moving forward is to allow you to have early access to potential new features to test and provide feedback on.
Event Hubs is a new capability now commercially available in Microsoft Azure Service Bus that provides a platform-as-a-service solution.