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Microsoft Azure is on fire, adding new features and some enhancements to the cloud computing service. This week, the software company has launched a new Azure Marketplace experience for the customers.

The Microsoft Azure Marketplace is a great IT resource that provides a great way for developers and companies to get their hands on the latest software offerings and to help them work on their latest IT projects.

Unfortunately, the Azure interface has recently slammed and criticized for having some difficulty on the navigation side and lack of improvement on the user experience. But, today, the marketplace is getting some huge makeover.

Azure Marketplace Gets A Huge Facelift

According to MS Power User, the Redmond-based software company introduced a new Azure Marketplace experience that will make it much easier and faster for millions of Azure customers to navigate the product catalog and eventually find the right solution for their cloud application without having to log into the Microsoft Azure portal.

As mentioned in the Microsoft Azure website, the Microsoft Azure Marketplace offers a rich catalog of IT solutions coming from the various independent software vendors (ISVs), which have been certified by the software giant to run on Azure Cloud platform.

Azure users can read and check out all of the details regarding the new Azure Marketplace experience on Microsoft Azure blog post. These also include some tutorials about the new category system and information about test driving applications. I

For more information, users can check the Microsoft Azure Marketplace website.

Microsoft, Introduces The World Smartest Caddie

Microsoft Azure and Arccos Golf are teaming up to deliver the world's smartest caddie, the Arccos Course Analyzer. Microsoft made the big announcement on Twitter, sharing details about the partnership.

According to The Golf, which the first to broke the news, the Arccos Course Analyzer will harness the software giant's cloud services to access data points of millions of golf shots over 40,000 mapped courses around the world.

The goal is to build the most advanced artificial intelligence platform, thus providing more personalized recommendations for optimal strategies on nearly every golf hole around the world. 

Arccos Course Analyzer will be launching at the upcoming 2017 PGA Show in Orlando, Florida next week. It will be made available to Arccos 360 users in mid-Spring 2017.

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