The API Portal, fully open source in GitHub, is now generally available. This tool is an automatically generated website that is fully customisable with your API documentation. It is free and doesn’t require writing any code.
Azure Defender for Storage can detect potential threats on your blob containers, file shares and data lakes and in March, received some new capabilities.
As Microsoft partners who often work in the non-profit sector, Microsoft Cloud for Non-Profit caught our attention and it certainly looks like great things coming to this area.
.NET Core support for Azure Analysis Services client libraries is now generally available and with a lot of enhancements.
As the quantity of data increases in organisations, so grows the need for insightful analytics. Every member of the team needs the ability to uncover insights hidden inside their data. Azure Modern Data Warehouse covering Power BI and Azure Synapse Analytics is the Microsoft offering providing everything you need to supercharge your analytics.
Accelerating the adoption of cloud computing and taking advantage of modern cloud infrastructure with Azure will help you to enable remote work and optimize costs and efficiencies while investing in smart ways to prepare for recovery and future growth.
The big February announcement was the release of Custom Neural Voice. You can record your own voice, upload it to Custom Neural Voice for training the model and create your very own neural voice.
Azure Monitor Insights is now generally available. This is a health monitoring experience that does not require writing queries, authoring workbooks or using an agent. This experience gives you a single console for network viewing; access to metrics, alerts, monitoring tools and health state.
Azure Mobile Apps v4.2.0 saw an update of all core platforms with the migration to .NET Standard.
In this blog, we take a look at modernising .NET applications, the use of Azure App Service and take some real modernisation examples from our development here at Ballard Chalmers.