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Ecosystem momentum positions Microsoft’s Project Olympus as de facto open compute standard

8 mars, 2017

Last November we introduced Microsoft’s Project Olympus – our next generation cloud hardware design and a new model for open source hardware development. Today, I’m excited to address the 2017 Open Compute Project (OCP) U.S. Summit to share how this first-of-its-kind open hardware development model has created a vibrant industry ecosystem for datacenter deployments across the globe in both cloud and enterprise.

GM, Azure Hardware Infrastructure
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40TiB of advanced in-memory analytics with Azure and ActivePivot

mardi 21 mars 2017

In-memory computing has accelerated the big compute capabilities and enabled customers to extend its experience beyond just the monte carlo simulation and into the analytics. This blog will look to explore the new possibilities of a scale out architecture for in-memory analytics in Azure through ActivePivot.

Senior Product Manager, Azure Big Compute

An introduction to Azure Analysis Services on Microsoft Mechanics

lundi 20 mars 2017

Last year in October we released the preview of Azure Analysis Services, which is built on the proven analytics engine in Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services. With Azure Analysis Services you can host semantic data models in the cloud. Users in your organization can then connect to your data models using tools like Excel, Power BI, and many others to create reports and perform ad-hoc data analysis. I joined Jeremy Chapman on Microsoft Mechanics to discuss the benefits of Analysis Services in Azure.

Senior Program Manager