Azure Weekly

Your weekly Azure news fix

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.

Issue 228: 9th June 2019

This week our sister newsletter, Power BI weekly, celebrated its 10th edition - if you're interested in Power BI then I definitely recommend heading over there to check it out!

And here are the announcements and updates for this week:

Issue 227: 2nd June 2019

We've been busy here at endjin this week, with lots of AAD permissions management and resource deployment. Along those lines James Broome, our Director of Engineering, has written an excellent blog on How to use the AzureAD module in PowerShell Core. We've also been working on some really interesting analytics techniques for some large scale data processing, all pretty exciting stuff! Elsewhere, here are the updates from the Azure community (quite a few this week!):

Issue 226: 26th May 2019

This week, Meng Tang has taken us through the Visual interface for Azure Machine Learning service, based on the popular drag-and-drop experience that already we know and love with Azure Machine Learning Studio. Elsewhere, Tao Yang has written a detailed three-part blog series about deploying Azure Policy definitions via Azure DevOps - read the first blog here. Finally, Carmel has reflected on A year as Apprentice II at endjin - how time has flown!

Issue 225: 19th May 2019

This week we've got a few of our own blogs we'd like to highlight. First of all, we'd like to announce that we have become Snowflake Partners. Snowflake, the "designed for the cloud" data warehouse brings with it lots of amazing features, along with our admiration. Elsewhere, Carmel Eve has provided an insightful blog about Using Databricks Notebooks to run an ETL process, and James Broome has written a thorough blog, describing How to create a Power BI workspace in an Azure DevOps Pipeline using Powershell.

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