Category: Azure

According to Microsoft, Azure is an ever-expanding set of cloud services to help your organisation meet business challenges. It’s the freedom to build, manage, and deploy applications on a massive, global network using various tools and frameworks.

From DevOps to business analytics to the Internet of Things, Azure is designed to have users up and running quickly with a scalable, cost-effective solution that works with your existing investments.

This cloud computing service is a big part of Microsoft’s business, and it competes with similar services from Amazon and Google.

Therefore, our Azure Category is full of handy tips, tricks and advise. Check out some of the Step by Step blogs or learn with our eBooks, How To videos and Webinars.

An Introduction to DevOps with Azure DevOps
An Introduction to DevOps with Azure DevOps
Blog Posts

Want to transform your company into an Agile powerhouse? To do that you’ll need to start with a solid foundation built on the ideas and concepts of a DevOps culture. Once you have that foundation established you can look to technical solutions to convert your company’s culture and technology. This article introduces DevOps concepts and… READ MORE

Start Building Serverless Applications on Azure
Start Building Serverless Applications on Azure
Webinars

Do you want to focus on creating business value and worry about servers less? In this webinar, Marc Duiker shows you how to start building serverless applications on Azure! Marc covers the benefits of serverless applications, and various integration options using bindings, and he demonstrates how to create a HTTP-triggered function written in .NET 6… READ MORE

Azure Synapse Analytics Cookbook
Azure Synapse Analytics Cookbook
Ebooks

Download Chapter 4: Engineering Real-time Analytics with Azure Synapse Link Using Cosmos DB, describes how you can architect and perform real-time analytics with Synapse, integrate Synapse Link for Cosmos DB and enable the Internet of Things (IoT). Purchase the eBook here Already a member? Log in here Not a member? Download here.

Sagas with Azure Service Bus
Sagas with Azure Service Bus
Blog Posts

Introduction Handling messages out of order is always tricky. The asynchronous nature of messaging makes it challenging. On top of that, systems in the real world are messy and unpredictable. That’s why handling workflows always brings more complexity than just handling messages. To illustrate the challenge, I’ll use a scenario where my workflow depends on… READ MORE

Quick Guide to Flux v2 on AKS
Quick Guide to Flux v2 on AKS
Blog Posts

Now that the Flux v2 extension for Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Arc is generally available, let’s do a quick guide on the topic. A Quick Guide, at least on this site , is a look at the topic from a command-line perspective for easy reproduction and evaluation. This Quick Guide is also on GitHub. Requirements You need… READ MORE

MVC vs Blazor WASM: A Different Look At Performance
MVC vs Blazor WASM: A Different Look At Performance
Blog Posts

When it comes to measuring the performance of one platform against another, you can often start a religious war. Some of this is caused by the fact that performance means different things to different people or depending on the tooling, you can get results that promote falsehoods. There are many definitions of web application performance.… READ MORE

Azure Static Web Apps: hit the ground running!
Azure Static Web Apps: hit the ground running!
Webinars

Azure Static Web Apps is a service that automatically builds and deploys full stack web apps to Azure from a GitHub repository. But how do they work? Or, a better question, how do we make them work for us? Watch Rick van den Bosch’s webinar on Azure Static Web Apps and you will have enough… READ MORE

Share Bicep modules with private registry
Share Bicep modules with private registry
Blog Posts

A common problem for many organizations is to share and consume infrastructure templates. Many ended up with a storage account in Azure, but that had some limitations around versioning and sharing of secrets. Directly consuming templates from a Git repository is another option. However, that’s not exactly problem-free either. For example, what happens if a… READ MORE