Latest Microsoft Azure Blogs

  • Episode 186 | Geek Out – Home Automation
    In this episode, AC & CJ debut our new theme music from Keith Richie and AC geeks out with CJ about home automation.Notes:Keith Richie - the guy behind the new show’s theme music The Music of Keith Richie @krichie Z-Wave Z-Wave reddit Samsung SmartThings Samsung SmartThings subreddit Home Automation reddit CJ’s Pick UniFi Cloud Key AC’s Picks Google Cloudlabs: Cloud HOLs Alex Ellis’… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Cloud ShowPublished on 2017-03-28By Andrew Connell, Chris Johnson
  • TIBCO DataSynapse launches its Cloud Adapter for autoscaling in Azure
    Since our launch of the TIBCO DataSynapse GridServer Engine image in the Azure Marketplace back in August, we have continued to pursue feature updates that improve the integration and experience of scheduling jobs and tasks into Azure. With the increased regulatory requirements of the Fundamental Review of the Trade Book (FRTB), having the ability to burst into Azure for the use of additional compute capacity… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-28By Matthew Thomson
  • How Azure Security Center helps reveal a Cyberattack
    The Azure Security Center (ASC) analysts team reviews and investigates ASC alerts to gain insight into security incidents affecting Microsoft Azure customers, helping improve Azure Security alerts and detections. ASC helps customers keep pace with rapidly evolving threats by using advanced analytics and global threat intelligence. Although we have come a long way as far as cloud security is concerned, even today security factors are… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-28By Greg Cottingham
  • Up your SaaS application game
    Frustrated with ever-changing customer expectations? Yesterday’s investments losing steam as the market turns to the next shiny thing? How do you scale across cloud and mobile, stay on top of data and security, and ultimately sell successfully in a rapidly transforming landscape? Microsoft App Accelerate targets exactly these issues for application creators and ISVs (independent software vendors). Whatever type of solution your company delivers, the… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-28By Microsoft Azure
  • One-click disaster recovery of applications using Azure Site Recovery
    Disaster recovery is not only about replicating your virtual machines but also about end to end application recovery that is tested multiple times, error free, and stress free when disaster strikes, which are the Azure Site Recovery promises. If you have never seen your application run in Microsoft Azure, chances are that when a real disaster happens, the virtual machines may just boot, but your… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-28By Ruturaj Dhekane
  • Visual Studio for Mac with Mikayla Hutchinson
    Visual Studio on a Mac! Carl and Richard talk to Mikayla Hutchinson who's been with Xamarin since the very beginning, about her work on the preview of Visual Studio for Mac. The product comes from MonoDevelop, which is Xamarin's IDE that runs in Windows, Mac and Linux. Mikayla talks about how Visual Studio for Mac focuses on both the client side of mobile devices and… ... read more
    Source: .Net RocksPublished on 2017-03-28By Carl Franklin
  • Adding offerings and UK Region: Azure rolls deep with PCI DSS v3.2
    Check out our AoC Go here to download Azure’s Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) v3.2  Attestation of Compliance (AoC)! When it comes to enabling customers who want or need to operate in a cloud environment AND also need to adhere to the global standards designed to prevent credit card fraud, they need look no further than Azure.  Why put off until… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-27By Alice Rison
  • Azure Data Factory’s Data Movement is now available in the UK
    Data Movement is a feature of Azure Data Factory that enables cloud-based data integration, which orchestrates and automates the movement and transformation of data. You can now create data integration solutions using Azure Data Factory that can ingest data from various data stores, transform/process data, and publish results to the data stores.  Moreover, you can now utilize Azure Data Factory for both your cloud and… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-27By Andres Juarez
  • Azure Relay Hybrid Connections is generally available
    The Azure Relay service was one of the first core Azure services. Today’s announcement shows that it has grown up nicely with the times. For those familiar with the WCF Relay feature of Azure Relay rest assured it will continue to function, but its dependency on Windows Communication Foundation is not for everyone. The Hybrid Connections feature of Azure Relay sheds this dependency by utilizing… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-27By Justin Conway
  • Join me at the Microsoft Tech Summit in Copenhagen this week
    Join me later this week for the Microsoft Tech Summit Copenhagen, it is held from March 30-31st at Bella Center in Copenhagen. I will be attending the conference and I am looking forward to it. It is 2-days of great networking with peers, knowledge sharing and a lot of great sessions from Microsoft. Microsoft Tech Summit is a conference roadshow hosted by Microsoft and it is… ... read more
    Source: Peter SchmidtPublished on 2017-03-27By Peter Schmidt
  • Large-Scale Analysis of DNS Query Logs Reveals Botnets in the Cloud
    This post was co-authored by Tomer Teller, Senior Security Program Manager, Azure Security. The arms race between data security professionals and cybercriminals continues at a rapid pace. More than ever, attackers exploit compute resources for malicious purposes by deploying malware, known as “bots”, in virtual machines running in the cloud. Even a conservative estimate reveals that, at least, 1 in every 10,000 machines are part… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-27By Roy Levin
  • Command Line: Using dotnet watch test for continuous testing with .NET Core 1.0 and XUnit.net
    I've installed .NET Core 1.0 on my machine. Let's see if I can get a class library and tests running and compiling automatically using only the command line. (Yes, some of you are freaked out by my (and other folks') appreciation of a nice, terse command line. Don't worry. You can do all this with a mouse if you want. I'm just enjoying the CLI.… ... read more
    Source: Scott HanselmanPublished on 2017-03-27By Scott Hanselman
  • Episode 171 – Secure Productive Enterprise
    We talk to Edward Walton, a Cloud Solution Architect @ Microsoft, about a topic that he is very passionate about - making the Enterprise Cloud Secure & Productive. Media file: http://azpodcast.blob.core.windows.net/episodes/Episode171.mp3   Other updates: Announcing Support for Multi-member Consortium Blockchain Networks on Azure https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/multi-member-consortium-blockchain-networks-on-azure/  Azure AD B2C Access Tokens now in public preview https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-ad-b2c-access-tokens-now-in-public-preview/  Lighting up network innovation https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/lighting-up-network-innovation/  Announcing Azure Service Fabric 5.5… ... read more
    Source: Azure PodcastPublished on 2017-03-24
  • Episode 225: Deep Learning with Microsoft CognitiveToolkit (CNTK)
    This show starts a series of short talks introducing Deep Learning with Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit (CNTK). Topics covered in this series will range from elementary to advanced techniques. The intended audience includes:Data scientists who are new to deep learningMachine learning scientists looking for advanced techniquesEngineers looking for means to scale and leverage cloud computing in AzureContent:[03:40] - Deep Learning Made Easy - Optical Character Recognition Sample[04:12]… ... read more
    Source: Cloud CoverPublished on 2017-03-24By Chris Risner, mustafakasap
  • Visual Studio 2017 can automatically recommend NuGet packages for unknown types
    There's a great feature in Visual Studio 2015.3 and Visual Studio 2017 that is turned off by default. It does use about ~10 megs of memory but it makes me so happy that I turn it on. It's under C# | Advanced in Tools Options. Or you can just type "Advanced" in the Quick Launch Bar (via Ctrl+Q if you like) to jump there. … ... read more
    Source: Scott HanselmanPublished on 2017-03-24By Scott Hanselman
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