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 233: 14th July 2019

For those heading to Inspire this coming week - have a great time! This week, we've been told about the work Microsoft have been doing around Enhancing the commercial marketplace for us partners. There's also an interesting article about how CGG speeds geoscience insights on Azure HPC, and an introduction on Channel 9 about how you can now Share data simply and securely using Azure Data Share.

Issue 232: 7th July 2019

Congratulations to all of you whose MVP status got renewed this week (I am one of them - for the 4th year in a row), and a huge "Welcome!" to those of you who have received it for the first time! In this week's newsletter, Mikhail Shilkov has written about a Globally-distributed Serverless Application in 100 Lines of Code. Infrastructure Included!, Allister Beharry has used Image Classification and Azure Cognitive Services to Build a Digital Forensics Tool and Tao Yang has described How to Create Azure Monitor Alerts for Non-Compliant Azure Policies.

Issue 231: 30th June 2019

This week, Kunal Chandratre has written a detailed FAQ about Azure Virtual Machines, and Mads Kristensen has provided some very handy Visual Studio tips and tricks. Our favourite announcement this week is that Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 integration with Azure Event Grid is in preview (we've been waiting for EG integration with ADLS Gen 2 for a long time!) Here are the rest of this week's announcments:

Issue 230: 23rd June 2019

A couple of interesting articles about Azure Functions we'd like to highlight this week: Carmel has described how to Secure function-to-function authentication in Azure without the need for credentials, and Richard Seroter has worked out What happens to sleeping instances when you update long-running AWS Lambdas, Azure Functions, and Azure Logic Apps?

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