The DocumentDB Script Explorer now supports creating, editing, and deleting stored procedures, user-defined functions, and triggers!
We are happy to announce the release of the Visual Studio extension for Azure Data Factory (ADF). With this release, customers can author and deploy data pipelines using the rich Visual Studio interface.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Today, we’re pleased to announce a key improvement in SQL querying – DocumentDB now supports Order By, and string range queries! With this change, you will be able to sort query results using any string, numeric, or Boolean property in your JSON documents.
Microsoft launched the How-old.net demo as part of the keynote presentation at Build2015. We started the demo as a test for 50 users but it went viral with more than 33 million users and 236 million images in less than a week of activity. Very soon, this turned out to be a big data question, and we decided to augment real time with historic data analytics.
With the new Azure Data Factory Updates, you can now copy data from MySQL, DB2, Sybase, PostgreSQL and Teradata!
We’ve released a set of enhancements to improve your experience and efficiency working with DocumentDB queries, documents, and server-side programming in the Azure preview portal.