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New in Azure Stream Analytics: Geospatial functions, Custom code and lots more!

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Today, we are pleased to announce the roll-out of several compelling capabilities in Azure Stream Analytics. These include native support for geospatial functions, custom code with JavaScript, low latency dashboarding with Power BI and preview of Visual Studio integration and Job diagnostic logs. Additionally, effective today there will be no more ingress data throttling.

Sr. Program Manager

Modern Data Warehousing with Continuous Integration

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Going a step beyond the traditional ways of developing a data warehouse by adopting CI practices which are more prevalent for API (.NET) based applications. It’s been long pending for data warehouse…

Senior Software Engineer, Microsoft IT

Getting Started with Live Streaming Using the Azure Management Portal

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Earlier today we announced the availability of our public preview of Azure Media Services live services. We will have several posts this week covering different aspects of our live streaming capabilities and how to use them. In this post, I’ll give you some of the basics of live streaming and will then apply them to a specific scenario.

Principal PM Manager, Azure Media Services

The apiphany epiphany: GA'ing Azure API Management

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Back in October, we announced the acquisition of apiphany; a recent entrant to the API management space based in Washington-DC. I'm excited to announce that today, Azure API Management leaves Preview and goes GA, with a 99.9% SLA.

Principal Program Manager, Azure API Management

Writing a Site Extension for Azure Websites

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

The Azure Websites site extension feature allows developers to essentially write “apps” that can be run on an Azure Website to add administrative functionality to it. These extensions can also be…

Software Engineer, Azure Websites
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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Data Protection and More

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Your data in Azure benefits from multiple layers of security technologies, operational practices, and compliance policies in order to enforce data privacy and integrity. A new white paper provides in-depth information about protecting critical data in Azure at every layer, whether structured or unstructured, in-transit, or at-rest.

Partner Architect, Security & Compliance R&D