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Episode 485 - Copilot for Azure

Episode 485 - Copilot for Azure

In this episode, Santosh Somayajula, a Principal Product Manager in Azure, talks about the new Copilot for Azure service, which is currently in Private Preview in the Azure Portal. This feature allows administrators and management to perform operations in the Portal using simple verbal commands instead of navigating the UI. By using Copilot service in Azure administrators will be able to perform repetitive tasks faster and efficiently.

For those who are not familiar, Azure Copilot is an AI-powered solution that assists IT administrators in managing and operating Azure resources using natural language through Microsoft Teams, a web browser, or the Azure portal. Copilot analyzes voice or text requests and predicts the most likely tasks or workflows based on context.

Additionally, this episode provides updates on other Azure services, such as Azure Virtual Network encryption, Azure MySQL Import feature, and Circuit Breaker in Azure API Management. Check out the resources and links provided to stay up-to-date with the latest releases and features in Azure.

This episode is a must-listen for Azure users looking to streamline their management tasks and leverage the power of AI to increase efficiency in their daily operations.

The episode is available for streaming on Spotify. 

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