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from The Azure Podcast , on 2/24/2018 , played: 124 time(s)

The Video Indexer is one of our favorite services which we use right here at the Podcast to offer indexed audio insights into our shows. We are fortunate to have Royi Ronen, a Principal Data Science Manager of the Media Artificial Intelligence group and Olivier Nano, a Principal Development Manager for the Cognitive Speech Service about the details of Video Indexer and the Custom Speech service that makes it even better.

Media file: https://azpodcast.blob.core.windows.net/episodes/Episode217.mp3

Indexed Audio: https://www.videoindexer.ai/media/db0be280c2/


Other updates:


Support for automatic OS image updates in virtual machine scale sets
Virtual machine scale sets are a way to manage Azure VMs as a group. They provide easy deployment and management options, and simple ways to integrate with support for autoscale and load balancing. Patching thousands of VMs in scale sets is a critical management task that we recommend our customers to perform for the continued security, performance, and stability of the applications those VMs support.  
A new capability is in preview: automatic guest OS image updates in scale sets. After you enable this feature for your scale sets, when a new OS image is published with the latest features, security patches, and performance improvements, your scale sets and Azure Service Fabric clusters can receive these updates automatically, without your intervention. 
The new image will roll out to the VMs in your scale sets in batches based on preconfigured health probes to check for application issues. So your app can remain highly available even if there are incompatibilities between your app and the new OS image. You can monitor the status of upgrades programmatically or through an out-of-the-box experience in the Azure portal. 

From <https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/updates/auto-os-upgrades/>

Azure Event Grid generally available
Easily subscribe and react to interesting events happening in any Azure service or in your own apps with Azure Event Grid, a fully managed event routing service. Event Grid removes the need to continuously poll by reliably routing events at high scale and low latency. In addition, take advantage of the rich coverage and reactive event model enabled by Event Grid in your serverless architectures.





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