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Microsoft Build Conference Next Week!
Next week, May 7, 2018, is when Microsoft’s Build Conference kicks off this year! You may have noticed by watching the Build Azure Weekly newsletter / blog post the last few weeks there have been a ton of new feature and service announcements recently. It appears the different product teams are gearing up for Build releases and announcements. In addition to the recent announcements, we will likely see quite a few new announcements and product releases made either directly at Build during the keynote talks, or online surrounding the event. This is something that generally happens every year at the event.
There are some great “Featured” speakers lined up for the Build Conference, which include the following. Rather than list job titles, the following lists topic areas, just as the official Microsoft Build information does.
- Satya Nadella, Intelligent Cloud & Intelligent Edge
- Scott Guthrie, Cloud & Artificial Intelligence
- Joe Belfiore, Windows
- Scott Hanselman, Visual Studio & .NET
- Elaine Chang, Intelligent Bots
- Mark Russinovich, Cloud & Microsoft Azure
- Cindy Alvarez, UX Design
- Aaron Gustafson, Progressive Web App Development
If you are not able to attend Build in-person next week, you can attend virtually through the Microsoft Build Live stream online for Free!
The Weeks Top Links
Here are some of the most notable links from the week:
- Gartner recognizes Microsoft as a leader in enterprise integration by Ch. Wolf
- Cosmos DB Solves Common Data Challenges in App Development by Jasmine Greenaway
- Organizing subscriptions and resource groups within the Enterprise by Lyle Dodge
- Storage scenarios for Cray in Azure by Ben Cotton
- Join Microsoft Build Live for the ultimate digital experience by Microsoft Azure
- Migrating your apps, data and infrastructure to Azure is easier than ever by Julia White
- Azure Container Instances now generally available by Corey Sanders
Azure Service Updates
Here’s a list of the Microsoft Azure Service Updates from over the past week:
- Deprecating the Log Search API for Azure Log Analytics
- Azure DevTest Labs: Redeploy a lab virtual machine
- General availability: Azure Container Instances
- Public preview: Event Hubs for Python
- Public preview: Event Hubs for Node.js
- General availability: Replicated tables in Azure SQL Data Warehouse
- Region expansion: Global VNet Peering
- Secure credential management by using Azure Key Vault and Data Factory
- General availability: Azure SQL Data Warehouse Gen2
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