Azure Database for PostgreSQL provides a fully managed, enterprise-ready community PostgreSQL database as a service. The PostgreSQL Community edition helps you easily migrate existing apps to the cloud or develop cloud-native applications using languages and frameworks of your choice.
On February 7, 2019 we announced the general availability of Azure Data Lake Storage (ADLS) Gen2. Azure is now the only cloud provider to offer a no-compromise cloud storage solution that is fast, secure, massively scalable, cost-effective, and fully capable of running the most demanding production workloads.
This blog is a continuation of a series of blog posts to share best practices for improving performance and scale when using Azure Database for PostgreSQL service. In this post, we will focus on the benefits of using connection pooling and share our recommendations to improve connection resiliency, performance, and scalability of applications running on Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
With Azure DevOps Projects we want to make it is easy for you to set up a fully functional DevOps pipeline tailored to the development language and application platform you want to leverage.
As Julia White mentioned in her blog today, we’re pleased to announce the general availability of Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 and Azure Data Explorer. We also announced the preview of Azure Data Factory Mapping Data Flow.
Today, we are excited to announce three new Azure Reserved VM Instances’ (RI) features to provide our customers with additional savings and purchase controls.
Azure Data Factory adds new connectors for data ingestion into Azure to empower mordern data warehouse solutions and data-driven SaaS apps: Cosmos DB MongoDB API, Google Cloud Storage, Amazon S3, MongoDB, REST, and more.
Our goal in the Azure Stream Analytics team is to empower developers and make it incredibly easy to leverage the power of Azure to analyze big data in real-time. We achieve this by continuously listening for feedback from our customers and ship features that are delightful to use and serve as a tool for tackling complex analytics scenarios.
Today, Microsoft is announcing new intelligent cloud and intelligent edge capabilities for U.S. government customers. These new capabilities will help government customers uniquely address “the tactical edge”—or, a dependence on information systems and connectivity in harsh scenarios or other situations where users have critical data availability, integrity, and transparency needs.
Since our preview announcement, hundreds of customers have been enabling Query Store to provide insight on query performance. We’re excited to share the general availability of Query Store worldwide for Azure SQL Data Warehouse.