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.
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”.
We’re excited to announce the general availability of application-aware, one-click migration with Azure Site Recovery. With this new GA, all of Microsoft Migration Accelerator’s functionality is now incorporated into Azure Site Recovery.
This new release opens a new extensibility model of the SDK which allows you to write custom Triggers and Binders such as Trigger functions on File events, schedule and more!
Today we are happy to announce enhancements for compute offerings, a new Developer Services category, and the integration of Docker Hub and Container Apps.
Earlier this week at WPC 2015, we launched a new and improved DataStax Cassandra cluster (BYOL) deployment experience on Azure. In a single click, you can deploy 4, 12 or 36 nodes (VMs) running fantastic power of DataStax.
As you may have already heard, we have launched a few new features at Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) 2015 to help improve the VM deployment experience using the Resource Manager stack!
The latest release of the Azure DocumentDB Data Migration Tool opens up not only additional import sources, but also the ability to apply an indexing policy to DocumentDB collections during import.
Configure Barracuda Web Application Firewall for App Service Environment
Today at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, we are announcing a new partner program for Hadoop independent software vendors (ISVs) to expand their offerings on the Microsoft Azure cloud.