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Build cloud apps at warp speed

Monday, September 19, 2016

Chief Strategist, Cloud + Enterprise

One of your best customers just tweeted about a problem with your product and you want to respond to them ASAP. It would be great if you could automatically catch this type of communications and…

Azure DocumentDB powers the modern marketing intelligence platform

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Program Manager, Azure DocumentDB

Affinio is an advanced marketing intelligence platform that enables brands to deeply understand their users in a deeper level. Affinio’s business model centers on extracting marketing insights for its clients—from billions of points of social media data to more narrowly focused marketing efforts. In order to store and process billions of social network connections without the overhead of database management, data partitioning, and data indexing, they chose Azure DocumentDB. You can read more about Affinio’s usage of DocumentDB in this new case study.

Join the Microsoft Azure Stack Meetup @ Ignite 2016

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Principal PM Manager

The Microsoft Azure Stack product team is hosting a meetup at the Ignite 2016 conference in Atlanta on Monday, Sept. 26th. This is a great opportunity to network with others who are interested in Azure Stack and provide the product team feedback on features and scenarios for Azure Stack.

Azure Event Hubs Archive is now in public preview, providing efficient micro-batch processing

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Program Manager, Azure Service Bus

Of the many key scenarios for Event Hubs, are long term data archival and downstream micro-batch processing. Customers typically use compute (Event Processor Host/Event Receivers) or Stream Analytics jobs to perform these archival or batch processing tasks. These along with other custom downstream solutions involve significant overhead with regards to scheduling and managing batch jobs. Why not have something out-of-the-box that solves this problem? Well, look no further – there’s now a lovely, nifty feature called Event Hubs Archive!