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In a push to integrate Azure HDInsight and DocumentDB, Microsoft will discuss a host of new capabilities for the cloud services at Strata + Hadoop World this week. Among the additions are real-time data analysis with Apache Spark for DocumentDB, and the company’s most secure Hadoop offering for HDInsight.
Microsoft's huge HDInsight update brings better security and encryption methods to the platform, as well as Zeppelin notebook support and some new third party apps.
The HDInsight tools for Eclipse enable developers to enjoy native Scala and Java development experiences from Eclipse. It helps big data developers in getting started with HDInsight Spark in few minutes and experienced Spark developers in iterating their development cycles easily.
With Spark Summit around the corner, Microsoft has made Apache Spark for Azure HDInsight generally available, while the company will discuss Spark expansion at the summit.
Microsoft has detailed over 50 new tools for Power BI, including new features for the Power BI Dataflows experience.
Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 and Azure Data Explorer are now generally available, while Azure Data Factory Mapping Data Flow becomes preview.
Azure Government can now combine data from HDInsight and Cognitive Service into a single, real-time PowerBI dashboard. The improvement is expected to improve efficiency and data-driven decisions.
The company says Cassandra database support for Azure IoT Hub furthers its commitment to open source solutions on the cloud. Users can now store device data with the new connector.
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.
Kafka Connect for Azure IoT Hub will allow develops to access telemetry data from connected devices in a secure and performant manner.
A problem with Azure was first reported this morning. Microsoft says the DNS outage is impacting some customers around the world and that it is looking into the situation to find a fix.
Microsoft has rolled out its deep analytics and huge data management service Azure SQL Data Warehouse to four new regions, expanding its general availability to 18 regions in total.
The Data Warehouse service managed by Microsoft can be provisioned in minutes, process massive volumes of data and scale up dynamically when needed.
The latest free developer tools from Microsoft will now come with $300 Azure credits, along with access to the Xamarin University study materials and course recordings.