Azure Active Directory Privileged Identity Management (Azure AD PIM) integration with Azure Lighthouse, brings us another step towards Zero Trust and least privilege access.
At Inspire 2021, Microsoft announced the Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability. The service (currently in preview) is designed to help companies measure, understand, report and reduce environmental impact and therefore be able to measure progress towards sustainability goals.
The new Ingestion Client is a monitoring solution within Azure Speech that ensures that files are automatically transcribed upon upload. Simply start with a dedicated Azure Storage container and with easy configuration and no development required, Ingestion Client provides a secure and scalable pipeline for transcription.
With end of support SQL Server 2012 round the corner, now is the time to upgrade SQL Server 2012 to 2019 or migrate to Azure SQL.
Azure Cosmos DB saw an abundance of announcements at Microsoft Build, so here is a quick run through of our highlights along with links for further reading.
Microsoft has announced a new product category: Azure Applied AI Services. This builds on top of the already popular Azure Cognitive Services with additional task-specific AI models. The purpose is to bring together these models and business logic to solve common organizational problems without needing machine learning expertise or AI expertise.
We are excited to hear about the release of Azure SQL Database Ledger as an alternate to blockchain. For enterprises with centralised systems who want the capability of proving data integrity, this should be a game-changer.
Azure updates have seen the normal flurry that surrounds Microsoft Build and there are a lot of interesting things to take note of. We are going to cover Azure Cosmos DB, DevOps, BI, AI and SQL separately but let’s take a look at a few Azure highlights here.
This Memorandum of Understanding further strengthens the partnership between the Public Sector and Microsoft, allowing us as partners to now provide services for business applications.
Migrating SQL to Azure is an important part of the migration process providing security and cost benefits whether you choose a hybrid option or go all in.