Microsoft product roadmap now public

Ever wonder about Microsoft’s product roadmap?  With Microsoft rapidly releases products and services, they realized the need to provide better transparency.  Well wonder no more!  They have released the Cloud Platform Roadmap Site (visit here).

Roadmaps are given for: Microsoft Azure, Intune, Power BI, and Visual Studio Online; server offerings such as Windows Server, System Center, SQL Server and Visual Studio; and converged system appliance offerings such as Cloud Platform System, Analytics Platform System and StorSimple.

It’s a great way to so where Microsoft is focusing some of their development efforts and what technology is currently in development and coming within the next few months.  Check it out!

Here is the official announcement: Increasing Visibility for Our Customers: Announcing the Cloud Platform Roadmap Site.

About James Serra

James is a big data and data warehousing solution architect at Microsoft. Previously he was an independent consultant working as a Data Warehouse/Business Intelligence architect and developer. He is a prior SQL Server MVP with over 25 years of IT experience.
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One Response to Microsoft product roadmap now public

  1. James Mburu says:

    Does anyone in MS really care about SSAS anymore. Tabular SSAS has been a complete disappointment for the Enterprise market and nobody seems to be paying attention to that at MS. It’s all cloud this and cloud that. Enterprise clients are not willing to move to the cloud anytime soon and we are seeing a risk of losing business to SAP HANNA given how short of capabilities Tabular SSAS is.