Azure Weekly is a summary of the week's top news in the Microsoft Azure ecosystem.
From AI to Availability Zones, it aims to keep you on top of the latest Azure developments.
This week, Geoff Staneff and Dinesh Chandnani have announced that Microsoft has open-sourced Data Accelerator, an easy-to-configure pipeline for streaming at scale, and Peter Rombouts has described how to scan Blob storage for viruses with Azure Functions and Docker.
This week, Eduardo Melo has written an insightful article on the Azure blog about How to accelerate DevOps with Machine Learning lifecycle management and Stefan Roth has written a detailed guide around running web tests with App Insights, in the blog Azure Monitor - Application Insights Web Test Query Azure Resource Graph.
This week, if you haven't already noticed, Visual Studio 2019 has become generally available. We're loving the new icon, but is the VS Code team going to follow suit with theirs? Anyway, this release has come with a number of related articles. Here they are:
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