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.
In this post, I’d like to show you how to leverage Azure Search along with D3, to let your users query Azure Search and then explore the results of their search queries visually.
Our team is frequently asked about Linux support by customers interested in unifying their workloads by using Azure Automation to manage not only Windows hosts, but Linux hosts as well. Today, we are pleased to announce our first steps into supporting this functionality.
An upcoming Microsoft Virtual Academy course focusing on the running of Linux workloads on Azure will highlight some of the recent work. In this post I will share a little about this course and highlight a change in my role here in Microsoft.
Today, we’re pleased to announce the public preview availability of Apache Spark for Azure HDInsight. This post will give you the ins and outs of this new offering.
I’m excited to announce the general availability of Azure Batch, our job scheduling and compute pool management service. In a world of rapidly evolving products and fierce competition, our goal is to deliver a service that lets you focus more on your applications and less on plumbing.
We’re excited to announce availability of Linux RDMA on Microsoft Azure. With this release, we mark a new milestone in our cloud journey and in our vision to make HPC and Big Compute more accessible and cost-effective.
I’m excited to announce the GA of an important functionality in Azure Site Recovery that lets you enable replication and protection of your VMware workloads and physical machines to Azure.
Across our proven enterprise capabilities, we are bringing the benefits of cloud speed, scale and economics to everyone– no matter what platform you’re on, or what cloud environment you choose.
Delivering real-time multi-language captions for a live events is easy with Azure Media Services and SubPly.
With the release of ORDER BY support for Azure DocumentDB, we’ve updated our portal experience to make it just as easy to specify the indexing policy for your collections.