March 11, 2017
Are you confused about the which Azure compute option to pick when you are building for or migrating apps to Azure? Azure Principal PMs Yochay Kiriaty & Sean McKenna set out to demystify the options available to you and help you select the most appropriate one for your workload.
Media file: http://azpodcast.blob.core.windows.net/episodes/Episode169.mp3
General availability: MySQL in-app feature
The MySQL in-app preview feature launched last year in August. The feature's primary objective was to make it easier to build and test MySQL-based applications on Azure App Service. Today, the MySQL in-app feature is generally available.
The MySQL in-app feature now supports one-click export/import of a local development database to a production database. Read more about the benefits of this feature in our team blog.
Enterprise Ethereum Alliance
Portal Preview of Azure Resource Policy
Announcing Azure SQL Database Premium RS, 4TB storage options, and enhanced portal experience
Increasing PolyBase Row width limitation in Azure SQL Data Warehouse
Azure Data Factory February new features update
Visual Studio 2017 RTM