Announcements

Event Hubs Capture (formerly Archive) is now Generally Available

28 June 2017

Azure Event Hubs Capture is now generally available. This key Event Hubs feature (which was released in public preview as Event Hubs Archive), gives you access to near real-time streams, making it possible to package and transport millions of events per second for further processing. It is designed to combine both batch and near-real-time streams, so you don’t need to construct separate data pipelines.

Program Manager, Azure Service Bus

Streamlining Kubernetes development with Draft

31 May 2017

Today, my team is proud to announce Draft, a tool that streamlines application development and deployment into any Kubernetes cluster. Using two simple commands, developers can now begin hacking on container-based applications without requiring Docker or even installing Kubernetes themselves.

PM Lead, Containers @ Microsoft Azure

Announcing public preview of disaster recovery for Azure IaaS virtual machines

31 May 2017

I am excited to announce the public preview of replication and disaster recovery for Azure IaaS VMs using Azure Site Recovery (ASR). Customers can now protect and replicate their Azure IaaS applications to a different Azure region of their choice without deploying any infrastructure components or an appliance.

Principal Program Manager, Cloud + Enterprise