Today, we are excited to announce the ability for you to customize your Azure HDInsight clusters with projects available from the Apache Hadoop ecosystem.
Event Hubs is a new capability now commercially available in Microsoft Azure Service Bus that provides a platform-as-a-service solution.
We are excited to release the preview of our new Data Factory service – a managed service to compose data storage, processing, and movement services into managed data production pipelines.
Today at TechEd Europe 2014, Microsoft announced the preview of Azure Stream Analytics. Stream Analytics is a real-time event processing engine that helps uncover insights from devices, sensors, infrastructure, applications, and data.
Today at Strata + Hadoop World, Microsoft is announcing the preview of Apache Storm clusters on Azure HDInsight. Now, users of Hadoop can gain insights to events as they happen in real-time.
Microsoft is announcing that Azure HDInsight is available today to all customers in China as a public preview.
Your data in Azure benefits from multiple layers of security technologies, operational practices, and compliance policies in order to enforce data privacy and integrity. A new white paper provides in-depth information about protecting critical data in Azure at every layer, whether structured or unstructured, in-transit, or at-rest.
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.
In late April Scott Guthrie blogged about the new SQL Database Basic and Standard service tiers, and new features added to the…
On June 3, Microsoft announced an update to HDInsight to support Hadoop 2.4 for 100x faster queries. Today, we are announcing the preview of Apache HBase clusters inside HDInsight.