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Azure Data Factory July features update available for customers

Azure Data Factory

Microsoft has announced the July feature update for Azure Data Factory. This update adds more new features including: Preview for Data Management Gateway high availability and scalability Skipping or logging incompatible rows during copy for fault tolerance Service Principal authentication support for Azure Data Lake Analytics Preview for Data Management Gateway high

Microsoft announces 7 new Azure services for UK region

Azure services

Microsoft has recently announced 7 new Azure services/additions for the UK region. These additions include Azure Container Service Log Analytics Logic Apps Azure Stream Analytics SQL Threat Detection SQL Data Sync Public Preview Managed Disks SSE (Storage Service Encryption) Here's a brief explanation on what each service does. Azure Container Service –  Azure

Microsoft announces new Azure Cosmos DB, multi-model database service

Azure Cosmos DB

Microsoft has announced a new globally distributed, multi-model & multi-API database service called Azure Cosmos DB, at Build 2017 in Seattle, WA. Azure Cosmos DB database service delivers horizontal scale with guaranteed uptime, speed, consistency and single-digit-millisecond latency at the 99th percentile anywhere in the world. Built upon DocumentDB NoSQL database

Cortana skills now available. Azure Cloud apps for Windows 10, Android and iOS in works

On the first day of Microsoft developer event Build 2017, Microsoft has announced Azure cloud apps for Android and iOS. Windows 10 UWP version of Azure Cloud app is also in works. These apps help in handling Azure Cloud services from your Mobile. Azure Cloud Mobile apps come with support for

Microsoft announces GA of new and simplified Azure management libraries for Java

Azure Management Libraries

Microsoft has announced the general availability of the new and simplified Azure management libraries for Java for Compute, Storage, SQL Database, Networking, Resource Manager, Key Vault, Redis, CDN and Batch services. Earlier, Microsoft released Azure management libraries for .NET The general availability of Azure management libraries for Java will enable developers to use

Microsoft Announces General Availability of Azure management libraries for .NET

Azure Management Libraries

Microsoft is announcing the general availability of the new, simplified Azure management libraries for .NET for Compute, Storage, SQL Database, Networking, Resource Manager, Key Vault, Redis, CDN and Batch services. With the general availability, developers can now use these libraries in production with full support by Microsoft through GitHub or Azure support

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