Today, we are excited to announce General Availability (GA) of Microsoft Azure Premium Storage!
As the cloud evolves, containers are emerging as an attractive way for developers to quickly and efficiently build and deploy these applications at the speed of business.
In this blog post we will take a look at the mechanism of service healing/auto-recovery in Azure when a failure does occur.
We are pleased to announce the release of the Azure Storage Table Design Guide. This guide has been developed based on real-world experience helping the largest storage users in the world design their applications to use Table Storage.
We’re excited to announce that Azure customers under Enterprise Agreement (EA) Indirect Commercial, EA for Government, and EES enrollments can now purchase applications and services from the Azure Marketplace.
The Storage team is looking for feedback to help us focus our development for the upcoming Azure Storage iOS library.
We’re excited to announce the Preview of a new site called Azure Resource Explorer and encourage you to head over and try it out today!
This post will describe one of the new features we’ve added to help reduce the impact of Planned Maintenance.
This blog post summarizes some of the recent additions for using Chef on Azure, as part of the ongoing partnership between Microsoft and Chef.
Today, we are announcing three key changes to Azure Backup that significantly decreases the TCO for customers storing backups in Azure.
With the latest service update and Data Management Gateway release, you can connect to new data stores and leverage new features to move data with Azure Data Factory.