The site is written by Alexey Polkovnikov and is one I keep coming back to and always point people to. There is a lot of very useful links on here.
The site has a number of features that I wanted to cover and you can read about what it can be used for in the about page.
The main concept is that you can go here and see what is new in each area of Azure right down to the actual azure service itself and this is continually updated for you.
I wanted to cover the areas which I think are incredibly useful that you may have missed within the site, so lets dive right in.
Highlights allow you to choose a job role and it will highlight the azure services most likely to be of interest for that role.
The overview lists all of the Azure services and you can click on each to be taken to the relevant azure docs page to learn more.
The SLA section shows you the SLA (service level agreement for Azure services which has an SLA.
This screen shows us which services are Generally Available or in Preview.
This screen shows us the timeline for when we can expect to see the feature rolled out to the particular region show for the service.
This screen allows us to compare services by region, and will shows us the timeline and the status for the service you click on.
Presence shows us how many regions the service you click on is present within and can show future availability stats for some services.
Solutions are where you can choose a service and then from the drop-down at the top make a choice and it will take you to the docs for the selection you make – so for example, if I select the Azure Cosmos DB service I can then choose from the solutions drop down like so: –
Stories are where you can select an azure service and read customer stories on how they implemented the service and has some very interesting ideas and usages of the technology.
Within the fun screen there is an azure quiz and an azure menu covering starters, main dishes, and desserts, go take a look.
In summary, this is a great site with a tonne of useful information and one to share with your team or on twitter, etc. – huge thanks to Alexey for putting this together and keeping it up to date.