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Microsoft Cost Management updates – June 2022

Tuesday, June 28, 2022

June is all about staying informed! From viewing cost on the go from the Azure mobile app to a new API for cost alerts and an updated schema for budget alerts. Add a new tutorials experience in the portal, 10 new ways to save, 1 video, and 8 doc updates and you've got yourself a lot of catching up to do!

Principal Product Manager, Microsoft Cost Management

Responsible AI investments and safeguards for facial recognition

Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Azure Cognitive Services deliver high-quality, consent-driven face recognition that developers use to power verification of human identities on mobile, desktop, and internet of thing (IoT) devices, as well as facial detection and redaction capabilities for accessibility, modern productivity, and privacy.

Principal Group Product Manager, Azure AI

How to choose the right Azure services for your applications—It’s not A or B

Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Which Azure service is best to run my apps on? This is an important decision because the services you choose will dictate your resource planning, budget, timelines, and, ultimately, the time to market for your business. It impacts the cost of not only the initial delivery, but also the ongoing maintenance of your applications.

Principal PM Architect, Java on Azure

Azure Orbital Ground Station as Service extends life and reduces costs for satellite operators

Thursday, June 23, 2022

How can Microsoft empower satellite operators to focus on their mission and enable them to continue the operation of their satellites, without making capital investments in their ground infrastructure? To answer that question, Microsoft worked alongside the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and our partner Xplore, to demonstrate how the commercial cloud can provide satellite mission management for NOAA’s legacy polar satellites (NOAA-18)—extending the mission life of these satellites while reducing the cost of operation through Azure Orbital Ground Station as-a-Service (GSaaS).

Senior Director, Microsoft Azure Space

MLOps Blog Series Part 2: Testing robustness of secure machine learning systems using machine learning ops

Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Robustness is the ability of a closed-loop system to tolerate perturbations or anomalies while system parameters are varied over a wide range. There are three essential tests to ensure that the machine learning system is robust in the production environments: unit tests, data and model testing, and integration testing.

Product Marketing Manager, Data and AI Marketing

Azure IoT increases enterprise-level intelligent edge and cloud capabilities

Monday, June 20, 2022

For Microsoft Azure IoT, our vision is connecting devices at the edge to the cloud seamlessly and securely to power innovation. At this year’s Embedded World 2022, we’ll share how we’re delivering enhanced device security, seamless cloud integration, and device certification.

Vice President and General Manager, Microsoft Azure IoT, Edge, AI

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