Mix ’09 Update #2 by Microsoft Azure Blog
[This article was contributed by the SQL Azure team.]Hello again from MIX ’09! Nigel Ellis just finished up the MIX session on SDS: What’s New in Microsoft SQL Data Services (MIX09-T06F).&…
Windows Azure Community News Roundup (Edition #2) by Himanshu Singh Blog
Welcome to the second edition of our weekly roundup of the latest community-driven news, content and conversations about cloud computing and Windows Azure. Here are the highlights from last week.…
Azure Blockchain as a Service Update #2 by Marley Gray Blog
Learn about our continued update efforts and the activities of our existing and new partners in BaaS.
Performance Tips for Azure DocumentDB - Part 2 by Stephen Baron Blog
This post will continue the discussion and cover the performance impact of indexing policies, throughput optimization and consistency levels.
PowerPivot for the DBA: Part 2 by Microsoft Azure Blog
[This article was contributed by the SQL Azure team.]In this article I am going to continue to tie some simple terminology and methodology in business intelligence with Transact-SQL – bring it down…
#AzureSQLDW cost savings with Autoscaler – part 2 by Ellis Butterfield Blog
Azure SQL Data Warehouse is Microsoft’s SQL analytics platform, the backbone of your Enterprise Data Warehouse. This post discusses Autoscaler, a set of Azure Functions that have been provided by the Microsoft Education Data Services team to optimize costs with scaling and SQL Data Warehouse Optimized for Elasticity.
Azure Marketplace new offers - Volume 2 by Christine Alford Blog
The Azure Marketplace continues to grow rapidly. We added 38 great new offers in October. Check them out!
Auditing Media Assets Lifecycle – Part 2 by Milan Gada Blog
Part 2 in a series of posts that will help you audit the life cycle of media assets (with sample code)…Part 2 specifically focused on tracking assets as they are copied from Storage to VMs for media processing
Azure Virtual Machine Internals – Part 2 by Yunus Mohammed Blog
Peek under the covers of how an Azure VM works and get to know some of the internal details.
SQL Azure Horizontal Partitioning: Part 2 by Microsoft Azure Blog
[This article was contributed by the SQL Azure team.]SQL Azure currently supports 1 GB and 10 GB databases, and on June 28th, 2010 there will be 50 GB support. If you want to store larger amounts of…