Today, we are delivering exciting new Azure services and updates across big data and Media Services designed to help customers in their business transformation journey.
Today, we are thrilled to announce the upcoming general availability of Azure DocumentDB – Microsoft’s fully managed NoSQL document database service.
I'm happy to announce that Azure Search is now generally available! Azure Search is a search-as-a-service solution that helps developers to build sophisticated search experiences into web and mobile applications.
Azure Search provides building blocks for defining search relevance in your application with a new feature called “scoring profile”.
When we first implemented search suggestions in Azure Search we did so with prefix matching. We listened to your feedback and have now implemented infix matching to enhance the results!
In this post I want to show you how to leverage suggestions and other new capabilities that enhance this experience.
In this blog post, I want to explain how to use a capability in SQL Server called Integrated Change Tracking to efficiently sync data changes from SQL Server to Azure Search.
We have made available a new prototype. The purpose of preview versions moving forward is to allow you to have early access to potential new features to test and provide feedback on.
We announced the Azure Search Public Preview a few weeks ago and we are getting some great feedback!
To follow up on the announcement of Azure Search last week, I wanted to take a minute to give a bit of framing on why we built Azure Search and how we picked its current capabilities.