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Quest powers Spotlight Cloud with Azure

lunes, 29 de abril de 2019

Spotlight Cloud is the first built on Azure database performance monitoring solution focused on SQL Server customers. Leveraging the scalability, performance, global distribution, high-availability, and built-in security of Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, Spotlight Cloud combines the best of the cloud with Quest Software’s engineering insights from years of building database performance management tools.

Program Manager, Azure Cosmos DB

Connecting Global Azure Bootcampers with a cosmic chat app

jueves, 25 de abril de 2019

Every year on the same day, the Global Azure Bootcamp brings together cloud enthusiasts who are eager to learn about Microsoft Azure. This year, the Bootcamp will be held on April 27, 2019 in more than 300 locations worldwide where local communities will welcome developers and IT professionals for a day of workshops, labs, and talks.

Program Manager, Azure Cosmos DB

How Skype modernized its backend infrastructure using Azure Cosmos DB – Part 2

lunes, 8 de abril de 2019

Skype found the perfect fit in Azure Cosmos DB, the globally distributed NoSQL database service from Microsoft. It gave Skype everything needed for its new People Core Service (PCS), including turnkey global distribution and elastic scaling of throughput and storage, making it an ideal foundation for distributed apps like Skype that require extremely low latency at global scale.

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Johnson Controls tackles a $15b building industry problem with Azure Cosmos DB

jueves, 6 de diciembre de 2018

Johnson Controls has been a pioneer in building management solutions and services since founder Warren Johnson invented the first electric room thermostat in 1885. Johnson Controls has introduced many innovations to the building industry over the years and are now tackling a problem that costs the building industry billions each year.

Principal Program Manager, Azure Cosmos DB

Actualizaciones de diciembre de 2018 en la experiencia de desarrollo de Azure Cosmos DB

martes, 4 de diciembre de 2018

La versión 3.0 del SDK para .NET ya está en versión preliminar. Hemos rediseñado el modelo de objetos para usar una nueva superficie de API con un estilo “fluido”, hemos agregado compatibilidad con flujos de datos y está disponible como código abierto en GitHub. El nuevo SDK va dirigido a .NET Standard 2.0, de modo que puede usarlo para aplicaciones tanto de .NET Framework 4.6.1+ como de .NET Core 2.0+.

Program Manager, Azure Cosmos DB