Last week in Azure

Azure.Source – Volume 85

lunes, 3 de junio de 2019

HB-series Azure Virtual Machines achieve cloud supercomputing milestone; Azure NetApp Files is now generally available; Azure IoT Hub message enrichment simplifies downstream processing of your data; and much more.

Azure.Source – Volume 82

lunes, 13 de mayo de 2019

What a great week we had at Build 2019! We all had tremendous fun meeting developers, talking about new technologies, and sharing our vision for the future. Plus, the weather was nearly perfect, and attendees had time to see some sights and sample Seattle’s terrific restaurant scene.

Azure.Source - Volume 81

viernes, 3 de mayo de 2019

We’re really looking forward to Microsoft Build 2019, our premier event for developers happening next week, May 6-8 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle. It’s a chance for developers to gain access to the latest updates and developments across Microsoft’s products and solutions, understand our strategy and product roadmaps, and learn about new technology and open source software in innovative ways.

Azure.Source - Volume 80

lunes, 29 de abril de 2019

Spark + AI Summit - Developing for the intelligent cloud and intelligent edge; Announcing Azure Backup support to move Recovery Services vaults; Azure SQL Data Warehouse reserved capacity and software plans now generally available; and much more.

Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft Azure

Azure.Source - Volume 79

lunes, 22 de abril de 2019

Move your data from AWS S3 to Azure Storage using AzCopyAzCopy v10 (Preview) now supports Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 as a data; Announcing general availability of Apache Hadoop 3.0 on Azure HDInsight; Announcing Azure Government Secret private preview and expansion of DoD IL5; Azure Container Registry now supports Singularity Image Format containers; and much more.

Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft Azure