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Azure Open Source Day highlighted Microsoft’s commitment to open Source and focused on how Open Source Technologies can be used to build intelligent apps faster and with more flexibility.
Let’s explore what’s new for Azure Data & AI this month.
We’re thrilled to have the NBA partner with Azure to modernize apps and deliver memorable customer experiences time and time again.
Databases are constantly evolving to handle new use cases, incorporate more intelligence, and store more data, giving developers and organizations a wide range of database types to meet their varying needs. Azure Cosmos DB is a fully managed NoSQL database for modern, fast, and flexible app development. Today we’re excited to announce a new addition to our database protection offering Microsoft Defender for Cosmos DB in preview.
Our commitment to developers is to make Azure the best cloud for developing intelligent applications that harness the power of data and AI. At Microsoft Build, we are announcing several exciting new capabilities and offers that make it easy and cost-effective for developers to get started with Azure data and AI services.
Over the past year, it's become clear that no business is immune to sudden changes. Embracing data as a strategic asset is key to remaining agile amidst uncertainty.
As businesses move more workstreams to the cloud, business continuity and data protection have never been more critical—and perhaps their importance has never been more visible than during the challenges and unpredictability of 2020.
We would like to share that Microsoft has been named a Leader in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Database Management Systems.
Embracing digital transformation in Industrial IoT requires companies to rethink and shift business models and operations. Doing so, however, has become more difficult in the past six months due to production slowdowns, restrictions on employee movement with social distancing, and rapidly shifting market demands.