#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 19/17

This has been the Build week, tons of new announcements, some immediately available, some not. I’ll try to focus on what I think is really important and set aside the inevitable marketing hype of these events. Here(https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/new-innovations-at-microsoft-build-2017-helping-developers-achieve-more/) is a good First of all we learned that things on Azure have different flavor of maturity: Generally […]

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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 18/17

Build 2017 is rapidly approaching, there are many public posts of new features I’ve been asked not to blog about until they’re officially announced. Although I find it silly, I obey. I will post about those once Build is over. Azure Azure SQL DB: 4TB option for P11/P15 is now GA Generally Available: On-premises data […]

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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 17/17

Azure Another step away from the “classic portal”, now RMS related technologies are accessible in the new portal. Azure Information Protection Administration post. The service is currently in preview. I missed this one, but finally Citrix XenApp Essentials and XenDesktop Essentials have been released (end of March). For the first time you can legally run […]

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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 16/17

Azure AAD Connect version 1.1.486.0 released(https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=47594) Now even entry level VMs support at least 2 NICs. Information on specific numbers for different sizes can be found for Windows and Linux Azure batch got a ton of new features. Worth a read if you’re using Batch Jobs they updated everything from authentication to VM pools creation […]

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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 15/17

Azure Visual Studio Code now supports Azure SQL Data Warehouse I’m using more and more VSC for my open source projects while I’m still using Visual Studio, I currently have mixed feelings about the twos. Anyway this is a great addition. New portal experience for Azure Functions Managed disks get to Azure DevTest Labs. This […]

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