We are pleased to announce the public preview of Microsoft Azure Analysis Services, the latest addition to our data platform in the cloud.
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Today I am with over 600 of our federal, state and local government customers and partners at the Government Cloud Forum 2016, in Washington D.C. The Forum is queued to take our audiences through breakthrough technology and solutions impacting citizen engagement, the empowerment of government employees, how agencies can optimize their infrastructures and solutions, and the digital transformation of government services.
A pivotal day today as Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella gave a Mastermind Keynote at the Gartner Symposium in Orlando, discussing Microsoft’s differentiated cloud for global good and how not all clouds are created equal.
I’m super excited to recap a busy month of service launches and releases.
We are happy to announce an exciting new capability we’ve added to the IoT Gateway SDK: Support for Azure Functions. With Azure Functions integration, developers can easily call cloud-based logic from their IoT gateway. Just write an Azure Function and you can quickly call it from a Function Module in the Azure IoT Gateway SDK.
As we celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Microsoft Cloud in India, I wanted to share some examples of the great outcomes our customers have been able to achieve since moving to the cloud, as well as some of our continued efforts to make Microsoft Azure the platform of choice for customers in India.
Azure DocumentDB, Microsoft’s globally replicated, low latency, NoSQL database, is pleased to announce updates to all four of its client-side SDKs.
Earlier today we announced our plan to offer the Microsoft Cloud, including Microsoft Azure, Office 365, and Dynamics 365 from datacenters located in France with initial availability in 2017.
As part of our continued commitment to deliver Azure to customers at the best possible prices, effective October 1st, we are lowering prices on many of our most popular virtual machines (VMs).
We're excited to share that the second technical preview of Microsoft Azure Stack (TP2) is now available.