Following on the heels of last week’s announcement, I am pleased to announce more news about our efforts to deliver a rich, connected set of data services on Azure, as part of our broader data platform.
On June 6, Microsoft announced HBase as a preview feature of Azure HDInsight. On August 21, we announced the general availability of HBase (along with the preview of Azure DocumentDB and Search). Apache HBase is a columnar NoSQL (“not only Structured Query Language”) distributed database project of the Apache Hadoop ecosystem.
This post highlights the new features in a 0.4.0-beta preview of WebJobs SDK
We are excited to announce new services and updates that affirm our commitment to enabling developers build innovations how they want.
It has been only two months since my TechEd session on Azure Security, where we announced several new partner security…
We are excited to announce that MyGet is now available in the Microsoft Azure Store. MyGet provides hosted NuGet Servers, allowing developers to create and host their own NuGet feeds with their own packages as well as other package sources such as NuGet.org.
Azure Site Recovery not only enables a low-cost, high-capability, CAPEX-saving, and OPEX-optimizing Disaster Recovery strategy for your IT Infrastructure, it can also help you quickly and easily spin-off additional development and testing environments or migrate on-premise virtual machines to Microsoft Azure. With its built-in features, Azure Site Recovery makes migrating to Azure simple, reliable, and quick.
We are very excited to announce the availability of a managed RavenDB service in the Azure Store. This new Add-on is powered by RavenHQ, the official host for RavenDB.
Azure Resource Manager Tools Preview Today we are announcing the public availability of the Azure Resource Manager Tools Preview for…
Getting started with reverse DNS for Azure Cloud Services using PowerShell