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Azure Traffic Managers new feature lets users direct traffic depending on the physical location of the request, allowing admins to more easily follow data collection laws and localize content. The feature is now available to all public cloud regions.
Azure Disks SDD bursting capabilities are available on a total of eight plans, with a max bandwidth of up to 170 MiB/s and bust IOPS of 3,500.
Microsoft Azure and TomTom have expanded their partnership, the Sat Nav provider's location now used to power improvements in Bing Maps, Cortana, and Windows.
Traffic Analytics for Azure has debuted with several new features, including a summary view, capacity planning tools, automatic deployment, and more.
JIT VM Access for Azure limits the exposure to brute force and port scanning attacks by only opening a port for a defined time and only allowing access to approved users.
HITRUST CSF gives healthcare accreditation for Azure services. The certificate covers privacy and security regulations and is the most common accreditation for the healthcare industry.
With Azure Stack Microsoft will offer its Azure Cloud technology as a Software package that can be installed by anyone. Here is a detailed overview of what Azure Stack is all about.
Microsoft has announced their support of the new requirements in DFARS 252.204-7012 and believes this makes Azure Government the most trusted Cloud provider for defense industrial base.
Microsoft has now announced Azure's adherence to MARS-E control requirements via its recently obtained FedRAMP accreditation.
As you would expect, most of the services Windows 10 connects to by default are endpoints for Microsoft’s own services.
The full release of Virtual Cloud Defense (VCD) brings a new security solution to Azure Government customers. The service has been developed in collaboration with Booz Allen Hamilton.
The Intel PSM4 silicon photonics module delivers ultra-fast data sharing at 100 gigabits per second. The product was launched at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum, where Microsoft it will use the silicon in its Azure datacenters.