Today, Microsoft announced a new resource blade that is available for Azure SQL Data Warehouse. When you use the SQL data warehouses resource blade, you get easy access to all of your databases, allowing you to visualize information, including the database name, status, server, location, subscription type, and more.
The July 2016 update for SQL Server Management Studio has been announced, bringing extensive Azure integration improvements and more.
In a post on their blog, SnapLogic announced that they received $37.5 million in funding from other investors, including Microsoft, saving them from certain death. SnapLogic is one of 21 partners that integrated Azure SQL Data Warehouse into their organizations earlier this ... Read more
Today, at PASS (Professional Association of SQL Server) Summit 2015, there will be a session showing you how to develop modern applications on Azure; specifically how you can use Azure's SQL Database along with DocumentDB, Azure Search, HDInsight, and Machine Learning. For ... Read more
Microsoft has just announced the limited public preview for their Azure SQL Data Warehouse service for data warehouses in the 5-10 TB range. The data warehouse-as-a-service offers several benefits such as the flexibility to control computing and storage independently of ... Read more