18 November 2019
Microsoft is expanding the ecosystem of FHIR® for developers with a new tool to securely ingest, normalize, and persist Protected Health Information (PHI) from IoMT devices in the cloud. Continuing our commitment to remove the barriers of interoperability in healthcare, we are excited to expand our portfolio of Open Source Software (OSS) to support the HL7 FHIR Standard (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource).
14 November 2019
The Azure Container Registry team is happy to announce the preview of audit logs – one of our top items on UserVoice. In this release, we have new Azure portal and command-line interface (CLI) experiences to enable resource logs for diagnostic and audit evaluation of your registry logs.
08 November 2019
At Microsoft, we know DevOps adoption can be challenging. This is why we are excited to share our own journey, with learnings from teams across Microsoft who have transformed the way they work through DevOps adoption.
07 November 2019
We’re constantly working to improve your user experience in the Azure portal. Our goal is to offer you a productive and easy-to-use single-pane-of glass where you can build, manage, and monitor your Azure services, applications, and infrastructure.
06 November 2019
With the breakneck speed at which technology is changing, more and more applications, big and small, are being created every day.
04 November 2019
Today every company is a software company. Across all industries from retail to healthcare to financial services and more, software is at the heart of every company’s strategy.
24 October 2019
SQL Server on Azure virtual machines brings cloud agility, elasticity and scalability benefits to SQL Server workloads. SQL virtual machine offers full control on the operating system , virtual machine size, storage subsystem, and the level of manageability needed for your workload.
22 October 2019
Today, most applications are running online transactional processing (OLTP) transactions.
21 October 2019
Welcome back to another release of the unified Azure Data client libraries. For the most part, the API surface areas of the SDKs have been stabilized based on your feedback.
21 October 2019
Today, Microsoft becomes the first cloud with a fully managed, first-party service to ingest, persist, and manage healthcare data in the native FHIR format. The Azure API for FHIR® is releasing today in generally availability to all Azure customers.The core mission in healthcare is to deliver better health outcomes, and the data standard fueling the future of that mission is FHIR.