Good afternoon welcome to our Cloud News. Wow, there was a lot of great news from the Ignite Conference. Microsoft is certainly making a lot of great changes. They continue to work towards Nadella’s target of “cloud-first and mobile-first.” Again, we have a lot of good articles and news items for you today. Ignite, Microsoft’s biggest conference of the year, is all week long and we will be bringing you the latest news from the conference everyday this week. Enjoy all the great news and have a super day!
Microsoft has revealed the first ever hyperscale AI supercomputer at its Ignite conference, powered by the company’s new FPGA chips. Read more at WinnBuzzer.
Microsoft announces major updates for OneDrive for Business. To learn more about the other updates across OneDrive for Business and SharePoint read this article from MsPoweruser.
Cloudyn, a leading provider of multi-cloud management and optimization solutions for the enterprise and for cloud service providers and managed service providers, today announced a design partnership program to integrate the new Microsoft Azure CSP API (“Partner Center Managed API”). Read more at Yahoo Finance.
Microsoft announces public preview of Project Springfield, a cloud-based bug detector
The Renault–Nissan Alliance is partnering with Microsoft Corp. for the development of connected services for cars powered by Microsoft Azure. Read more about the partnership here.
Microsoft has announced several new artificial intelligence-powered features for Office 365 and Dynamics 365 for Sales. At its annual Ignite conference, Microsoft is showing off new AI features across its core products for the enterprise. Read more at ZdNet.Microsoft and Workday have announced a new global strategic partnership to deliver integrations that mirror where and how people want to work across Microsoft Office 365 and Workday. Watch the video, in which Satya Nadella explains more about this.
This article from the Microsoft Dynamics Blog explains an easy implementation of CRM in state machines. State machines are a way to model an object’s life cycle, including the different states or statuses it can have along with the transitions that are possible to go from one state to another.
Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) recently launched its subscription-only online skills training platform, LinkedIn Learning, which features 9,000 courses, the bulk of the content coming from LinkedIn’s acquisition of education company, Lynda, in 2015. Read more at Seeking Alpha.
Microsoft Certification Changes and Goodbye to MCSD Azure Solutions Architect. Article from Build Azure will go over what these changes are, as well as discuss some of their implications to help give a full picture of the coming MCP landscape.