Today I am excited to announce our first major software release for the StorSimple 8000 series since its launch last summer – StorSimple 8000 series Update 1.
Azure Automation is releasing new Preview features. In this post, we introduce the new and upgraded authoring tools that allow you to create sophisticated runbooks either with a visual drag-drop-link-configure authoring model or with a PowerShell Workflow script authoring model.
We are very pleased to announce that the Power BI Output feature is now in Public Preview!
We’re pleased to announce some enhancements to the DocumentDB SQL grammar, including new keywords, operators and functions.
This week at Ignite, we announced several new Azure networking services and features that makes Azure more powerful than ever before. These capabilities will let you design your network topologies with more control and agility.
Yesterday at Microsoft’s Ignite conference, we demoed the first sneak peek of Azure SQL Data Warehouse.
Today, we’re pleased to announce two new import options: Azure Table storage and URL support for JSON, CSV and MongoDB export files.
Over the last few months we have worked in close partnership with these application groups at Microsoft to enable you to deploy best-in-class disaster recovery and availability solutions with ASR.
Today at Ignite, Brad Anderson – CVP of Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise division – laid out the key attributes of what makes for an intelligent cloud in today’s mobile-first cloud-first world.
This week at Ignite 2015 in Chicago, Microsoft and NetApp will showcase how customers can simplify disaster recovery for Hyper-V workloads without investing in a secondary datacenter. Together, we will demo how Azure Site Recovery can replicate and recover a SAN-based on-premises application to Azure compute with NetApp Private Storage for Microsoft Azure.
Earlier this week, we released a new feature which allows customers to run Custom .NET activities using Azure Batch as a compute resource.