Month: July 2020

Microsoft Azure IoT Connector for FHIR now in preview

The preview of Azure IoT Connector for FHIR—a fully managed and compliant feature of the Azure API for FHIR—is now available. The connector empowers health teams with the technology for a scalable end-to-end pipeline to ingest, transform, and manage Protected Health Information (PHI) data from devices using the security of FHIR APIs. https://azure.microsoft.com/blog/microsoft-azure-iot-connector-for-fhir-now-in-preview/ 

Azure Time Series Insights Gen2: Leading the next generation of industrial IoT analytics platforms

Azure Time Series Insights Gen2—a fully managed IoT analytics platform is now generally available today. With Azure Time Series Insights Gen2, you can explore and analyze billions of contextualized events across millions of sensors. https://azure.microsoft.com/blog/azure-time-series-insights-gen-2-leading-the-next-generation-of-industrial-iot-analytics-solutions/ 

Announcing the general availability of Azure shared disks and new Azure Disk Storage enhancements

Today, we’re announcing the general availability of—enabling you to migrate your existing on-premises Windows and Linux-based clustered environments to Azure. We’re also announcing important new disk enhancements to provide you with more availability, security, and flexibility on Azure. https://azure.microsoft.com/blog/announcing-the-general-availability-of-azure-shared-disks-and-new-azure-disk-storage-enhancements/ 

Run high scale workloads on Blob storage with new 200 TB object sizes

Azure Blob storage is a massively scalable object storage solution that serves from small amounts to hundreds of petabytes of data per customer across a diverse set of data types including logging, documents, media, genomics, seismic processing, and much more. https://azure.microsoft.com/blog/run-high-scale-workloads-on-blob-storage-with-new-200-tb-object-sizes/