Topic: azure

Azure Cognitive Search brings knowledge mining to the enterprise

Microsoft Azure Search will now be known as Azure Cognitive Search to signify the next wave of artificial intelligence in the enterprise.  According to Microsoft, the first wave of AI was built for narrow apps, or training a single mode for a specific task. “What’s been challenging, however, is that these models individually can’t capture … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Codefresh’s CI/CD live debugger, Azure Functions Premium, and SmartBear announces ReadyAPI 3.0

Codefresh launched a live CI/CD debugging tool that enables developers to place breakpoints on one or more pipeline steps. According to the company, once the pipeline hits one of them, it will pause and a debugging window will open. From there, users can then test commands, explore the state of the pipeline, and identify required … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft’s MakeCode Arcade, Go 1.13, and Elasticsearch Service available on Microsoft Azure

Microsoft announced the release of MakeCode Arcade, a computing education platform designed to make programming easier, engaging and fun to learn. To build the platform platform the company integrated a new high-level programming language with text and graphical input modalities called Static TypeScript (STS). “With Arcade, STS lets developers of all skill levels easily write … continue reading

Microsoft launches new security lab and raises top bounty for Azure vulnerabilities

Microsoft is boosting its efforts to make Azure more secure with the launch of Azure Security Lab, a set of dedicated cloud hosts for security researchers to test attacks against IaaS scenarios. In addition, the cloud giant is doubling the top bounty reward for Azure vulnerabilities to $40,000. “To make it easier for security researchers … continue reading

Azure targets innovation over domination

The Azure development team at Microsoft is working to provide new features to win over more developers, through a heavy investment in tools for migrating legacy platforms to its cloud, pushing machine learning, quantum computing and other innovative features. Microsoft hopes its investments will pay off in growing its cloud market share, which currently sits … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Azure Security Center for IoT, Armory announces funding for Spinnaker, and CodeStream approved for Slack

Microsoft announced the general availability for the Azure Security Center for IoT to protect the growing number of IoT deployments. According to IDC, IoT deployments will continue to grow at double digit rates until IoT surpasses $1 trillion in 2022. Azure Security Center provides threat intelligence, creates a list of potential threats and ranks them … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Glitch announces Visual Studio Code extension, Azure SQL updates and Google promotes CS learning in schools

Project management software company Glitch announced that it is expanding Glitch to Visual Studio Code enabling developers to develop Glitch apps entirely using Visual Studio Code. Glitch has already been integrated into GitHub and Google Firebase.  The VS extension of Glitch supports key features such as rewind to look back through code history, running commands … continue reading

It’s time to move off of SQL Server 2008

If you are still running Microsoft’s 2008 version of SQL Server, time is running out. The company announced support for SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 will end next month. What this means is that Microsoft will no longer be adding new features or providing security updates. Once support ends, this will leave organizations still using the … continue reading

Microsoft Build: Twilio partners with Microsoft Azure IoT, HERE launches serverless functions for Azure, Azure gets new developer tools and cloud experiences

The Microsoft Build conference is taking place this week in Seattle. Microsoft is using the event to make a lot of announcements regarding its own solutions and a few other companies are also using the event to discuss new solutions and integrations with Azure. Twilio partners with Microsoft Azure IoT Cloud communications platform, Twilio, announced … continue reading

Red Hat, Microsoft bring OpenShift to the Azure cloud

Red Hat and Microsoft announced at the conference that Azure Red Hat OpenShift — a joint Kubernetes solution running in the Microsoft Azure public cloud. The partnership will allow IT organizations to use Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on-premises and to bring Azure services to those workloads. The service is backed by Red Hat’s expertise … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft announces new VMware Solutions, Qtum releases developer tools in Google Cloud partnership, Privitar report: organizations not trusted with data privacy, Puppet upgrades infrastructure automation portfolio

Microsoft announced that it is expanding its partnership with Dell Technologies to provide customers with a native, supported and certified VMware experience on Microsoft Azure. The deal patches up a dispute the companies had over Microsoft running its own software in Azure to enable VMware virtualization. Now users can run, manage and secure applications across … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TimescaleDB on Azure, SAP Analytics Cloud, and Rockset’s new cloud service

Timescale has announced a new partnership with Microsoft Azure to support TimescaleDB on Azure Database for PostgreSQL. This will enable customers to deploy production-ready instances of TimescaleDB on Azure. “We recognize that many of our users are modernizing their existing data infrastructure or building new IoT applications, and many of them want to do this … continue reading

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