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Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 and Azure Data Explorer are now generally available, while Azure Data Factory Mapping Data Flow becomes preview.
Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 is now available in preview, bringing integration with Azure Blob Storage and Azure Active Directory.
Users on Event Hubs can now capture events from the Azure Data Lake Store in Event Hubs, with easy set up and no configuration overheads.
Azure Data Lake Analytics and Azure Data Lake Store are now available to customers in the Northern Europe. The services allow users to analyse and store big data across platforms and languages.
Azure SQL Data Warehouse customers can now import and export data directly from Azure Data Lake Store. The integration means Azure SQL DW now supports all Azure storage types.
Azure Synapse Analytics is leaving preview alongside Synapse Studio. Microsoft also announces Azure Purview for data governance.
Microsoft has announced the purchase of data model develop ADRM, which will be incorporated into its Microsoft Azure division.
Microsoft has released six new Azure Reservations, bringing the total number of reserved capacity services to 16.
Azure Synapse Analytics is a service that manages data for business intelligence apps, it is available now in preview.
Microsoft has update Azure Storage Explorer (ADX), including improved disaster recovery capabilities and VM disk management.
Microsoft teased a pre-release Windows DataCenter Class machine with 896 cores, 1792 threads, and 32 sockets.
Microsoft has announced new VMs for Azure that provide huge RAM support for users who require large memory amounts for workloads.
Supercomputer company Cray Inc. is bringing its systems to Azure cloud customers, boosting their power when using the platform.
Microsoft's Project Pendleton will give data scientists the tools to quickly wrangle data into usable formats, automatically suggesting column adjustments, determining missing data, and more. It's not yet clear when it will reach the public.
An internally announced reshuffle of Azure, AI, and Data divisions has seen Microsoft introduce several new main groups within the company.
The latest update for Microsoft Flow allows users to more easily test and run Flow buttons. Microsoft has also announced support for five new services, including Oracle Database.
UK-based research group, the Alan Turning Institute, has been awarded $5 million in Azure credits from Microsoft, with the goal to help expand data research to find solutions to real world problems.
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 company announced new copy capability limits for Azure Data Factory, while also highlighting the use of parallelism and PolyBase to boost movement speed.
Microsoft Flow's latest update adds support for Azure Data Lake, Bitbucket, Pipedrive, Eventbrite, and Infusionsoft. It also introduces HTTP authentication for third-party services and JSON parsing.
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