N-series and H-series VMs can now be used with Azure Batch.
On Wednesday, September 14, 2016, we started deploying a regular service update. Please see our blog post for information on the release payload.
Azure Event Hubs Archive, now in public preview, enables you to automatically deliver the streaming data in Event Hubs to a Blob storage account of your choice.
On Tuesday, September 6, 2016, we started deploying a regular service update. Please see our blog post for information on the release payload.
Capabilities have been added to the Azure Batch service: Linux VM support (general availability), Linux MPI, task application packages, virtual network support for Windows VMs, and job auto-completion.
On Tuesday, July 19, 2016, we started deploying a regular service update.
On Wednesday, August 10, 2016, we started deploying a regular service update.
New capabilities added to Azure Batch include support for application packages, Linux compute nodes, and task dependencies; client libraries for Python, Java, and Node.js; and an improved portal experience.
The Batch Direct Send feature of Azure Notification Hubs simplifies custom device storage and migration scenarios.
Starting in mid-June 2016, in Azure SQL Database, the default compatibility level will be 130 instead of 120 for newly created databases.
The Azure Batch service has added Linux VM support.
Azure Batch Service has added MPI and offline node support.
Azure Data Factory is a cloud-based data integration service that automates moving and transforming data.
Apache Spark for Azure HDInsight provides a fast and easy way to run interactive data analysis on large data sets.
Azure Batch makes it easy to run large-scale parallel and high-performance computing workloads in Azure.
We’ve released Hyperlapse for Azure Media Services, which integrates Hyperlapse technology with a media processor in the cloud.
Azure Batch Service added Job Preparation and Release Task Support
Learn about the improvements in the April 8 release of Azure Machine Learning.
Azure PowerShell includes new capabilities to manage Azure Batch services.
The Batch client library for .NET is updated to 1.2.0 to use Azure Storage Client Library 4.0.0.