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ADAL.NET 3.17.0 released
10/11/2017 | Microsoft Azure | 4
ADAL.NET (Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory) is an authentication library which enables developers to acquire tokens from Azure AD and ADFS, to be used to access Microsoft APIs or applications registered with Azure Active Directory. ADAL.NET is available on several .NET platforms (Desktop,


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Scale up your deep learning with Batch AI preview
10/10/2017 | Microsoft Azure | 1
Imagine reducing your training time for an epoch from 30 minutes to 30 seconds, and testing many different hyper-parameter weights at the same time. Available now in public preview, Batch AI is a new service that helps you train and test deep learning and other AI or machine learning models with the


Monitor your Azure IoT solutions with Azure Monitor and Azure Resource Health
10/10/2017 | Microsoft Azure | 5
Azure IoT Hub is now fully integrated with Azure Monitor and Azure Resource Health to provide you with rich, frequent data about the operations of your Azure IoT hub and diagnose problems quickly.


Quarterly Microsoft Azure SOC reports: Compliance at warp speed
10/10/2017 | Microsoft Azure | 8
Responding to customers’ need for speed, Microsoft Azure has published six new Service Organization Control (SOC) reports, just three months after the previously issued reports. Azure is the first and only enterprise cloud provider to support quarterly SOC reports.


Storage:Preview Features
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 5
Today, we are very excited to introduce the public preview of Azure Files share snapshots. Azure Files share snapshots allows you to periodically store read-only versions of your file shares. It also allows you to copy an older version of your content from anywhere for further modification and use. During


DevTest Labs:New Features
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 4
You can now restart your lab virtual machines by using the Restart button. You don't have to deallocate and reallocate a virtual machine every time you want to restart it. More


Portal:Preview Features
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 4
Azure Enterprise Agreement (EA) users can view and analyze their subscription costs across different pivots in the Azure portal. This preview addresses a top request from our EA customers to empower subscription admins with visibility into their costs. More


DevTest Labs:New Features
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 7
When you're creating a VM in your lab, you can now select one of the Data Science and Bitnami images. After these images are enabled by the Lab owner, they will appear in the list of available images at VM creation. More


Virtual Machines:General Availability
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 7
Accelerated Networking is now generally available (Windows) and public preview updated (Linux). The reference link contains details of which VM images and regions are supported. More


IoT Hub:New Features
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 2
Azure IoT Hub is now fully integrated with Azure Monitor and Azure Resource Health to provide you with rich, frequent data about the operations of your Azure IoT Hub, and diagnose problems quickly. We also deliver actionable and relevant guidance to reduce the time you spend in diagnosing and troubleshooting


Batch:Preview Features
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 1
Imagine reducing your training time for an epoch from 30 minutes to 30 seconds, and testing many different hyper-parameter weights in parallel. Available now, in public preview, Batch AI is a new service that helps you train and test deep learning and other AI or machine learning models with the same


SDKs:Updated Features
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 1
We released 1.3 of the Azure Management Libraries for .NET. This release adds support for availability zones (in preview). More


Analysis Services:New Features
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 1
You can now set Contributor access rights on a resource group that contains your environment, so that you have the flexibility of modifying your environment objects. More


Log Analytics:New Features
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 4
We are excited to extend our monitoring capabilities to Service Fabric containers running on Linux servers. More


App Services:Security Update
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 3
All SSL certificates issued for Azure App Service before March 31, 2017, will receive an email to re-verify their domain at the time of renewal. You'll get this email even if auto-renewal is enabled for your certificate. This is a result of a change in GoDaddy policy. More


App Services:Updated Features
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 4
The September release to App Services includes several interesting new features and updates. These include support for Azure Managed Identities and performance improvements for the Functions UX. More


App Services:Preview Features
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 1
We’re excited to announce two new preview features in Azure Functions: Durable Functions: A framework that makes it easy to orchestrate multiple functions and manage state for your serverless apps. Binding extensibility: A capability that allows you to create your own reusable serverless components


Trust Center:Security Update
10/10/2017 | Azure Notes | 0
Microsoft has issued a SOC 1 Type 2 report according to the latest AICPA SSAE 18 standard, as well as a SOC 2 Type 2 report relevant to the security, availability, confidentiality and processing integrity trust principles. In addition, the SOC 2 Type 2 report includes an additional attestation based


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10/9/2017 | Microsoft Press | 3
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Azure Government Los Angeles Hackfest + Training Recap
10/9/2017 | Microsoft Azure Government | 6
We are excited to share that following our first two successful HackFests in Sacramento and DC, we have just completed another successful event in Los Angeles, hosting 72 attendees! There was a lot of buzz in the air as the Microsoft Team set the stage for the HackFest by providing overviews on Big Data,


Announcing Azure Files share snapshots public preview
10/9/2017 | Microsoft Azure | 3
Azure Files, the fully managed cloud file share service in Azure, extends the ability of organizations to share files across Azure VMs and on-premises clients. With support for industry standard SMB…


How Azure Security Center uses machine learning to enable adaptive application control
10/9/2017 | Microsoft Azure | 0
While the threat landscape has changed dramatically over the last several years, malware detection continues to be one of the biggest issues. There is an endless race - attackers develop new malware,…


Point-to-Site (P2S) connection using OpenVPN infrastructure
10/9/2017 | Microsoft Azure | 3
One question that we are frequently asked is to establish a Point-to-Site (P2S) connection from a client computer based on a Unix-like operating system (like Linux and FreeBSD) and the Virtual…


Forward emails from a Microsoft Account to a Work Account
10/9/2017 | blog.at.work | 2
Many of us have a Microsoft Account (MSA) that we use for Microsoft Azure or similar Microsoft services. But in reality, with Office 365, we’re used to work with our Work-or-School Account (AAD). So, often it is helpful to forward all mails from one MSA to the work account primarily used. This can be


Forward emails from a Microsoft Account to a Work Account
10/8/2017 | blog.at.work | 7
Many of us have a Microsoft Account (MSA) that we use for Microsoft Azure or similar Microsoft services. But in reality, with Office 365, we’re used to work with our Work-or-School Account (AAD). So, often it is helpful to forward all mails from one MSA to the work account primarily used. This can be


Why Azure Availability Zones
10/8/2017 | Rumors about Azure, SQL Server & Data in the Cloud.... | 11
Working with several Microsoft ISVs around the world, I heard clear and loud about an important missing capability from Azure: there was no way to be protected by an entire datacenter failure, and maintaining at the same time synchronous state replication for an application or service. Only option was