Manipulating vast amounts of available data to drive insights and make business decisions can be a challenge. We need to become data literate and be able to understand data and analytics, to make educated business decisions that rely on the smart use of data rather than on an individual’s opinions.
PowerShell MVP Richard Siddaway takes a look at the differences between PowerShell v6 and Windows PowerShell 5.1, including use cases, resources and what’s to come now that it’s open source.
Tom Britton, Co-Founder and CTO of Syndicate Room, takes a look at what you need to consider when planning a rebuild of your technology stack and system architecture.
If you missed out on seeing Scott Guthrie at Tech Summit’s Red Shirt Dev Tour and want to learn more about Azure, don’t worry! Here are the resources and demos that were used at the event, plus a recording of the session in NYC.
Chris Rhodes, Senior Training Instructor at IT Masterclasses, takes a look at some of the ways you can optimise the way you work to bring down the cost of the cloud.
Gary Pretty from Mando runs through what the Microsoft Bot Framework is and what you can do with it, as well as showing off a working example: the Timesheet Fridge!
Stella Chernyak, Senior Director for Microsoft 365 and Office 365 Enterprise Audience Marketing, kicks off Tech Summit with a look at Microsoft 365.
What if one part of your application needs to scale but the others don’t? What if their high availability needs are different? Joining us to discuss monolithic applications and microservices is Mike Brown, Lead Azure Instructor at Firebrand Training.
As of November 2017, you’re no longer limited to an operational expenditure model in Azure. By using Azure Reserved Virtual Machine Instances (known as RIs) you can change your cloud payment model to a capital expenditure model.
We take a look at the upcoming Azure Availability Zones, with tips on migration, security and scalability for your Azure projects.