We are pleased to announce a private preview of a new Azure Resource Provider for HashiCorp Terraform which will enable Azure customers using Azure Resource Manager (ARM) to provision and configure dependent resources with Terraform Providers as if they were native Azure Resource Providers.
I’m super excited to recap a busy month of service launches and releases.
This blog post provides more details about what you can expect from some technical sessions on Thursday and Friday at Ignite.
David Lef identifies the considerations and challenges of supporting a network environment as line of business applications move from an on-premises environment to the cloud using Azure.
I am excited that to announce that with the recent upgrade, Azure Site Recovery is available in the current Azure portal with a simplified experience and works with Azure Resource Manager (ARM).
We’re excited to announce a new release of Azure SDK for .NET. This post includes details for each feature area and how the new functionality will improve your Azure development experience within Visual Studio.
We added a new feature to make it easier for you to debug template deployment failures.
Recently we made some improvements to the Elasticsearch template that enable you to create a pre-configured Elasticsearch cluster which stores data on Azure File storage, and provides you with the option of installing plugins like Sense, Marvel and Kibana, all in just a few minutes.
We are excited to announce full Cloudera Enterprise support on Azure. In this new offering on Azure, Cloudera has expanded production support to include Impala, HBase, Spark, and Solr on Azure.