Ever considered creating something in the cloud, but didn’t quite know where to start? It can be a daunting subject to approach, especially if you have little to no experience working with it. Fortunately, it’s never been easier to see what you can do.
If you’re thinking about making a move to Azure, it’s important to first understand how to approach it. With the correct approach and sufficient planning, a migration can be straight forward, efficient and void of surprises.
Developers and IT professionals recognise Microsoft Azure as a fantastic tool, providing you a way to quickly deploy applications for enterprises, startups, or your own personal projects. But sometimes you need help to make the most out of the platform, whether you’re looking for tips on design, development, or deployment, or searching for advice on…
Last month, Microsoft released Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) to the public in preview. Joe Carlyle takes a closer look.
The new Microsoft Certified: Azure Security Engineer Associate certification has one exam that is currently in beta: AZ-500: Microsoft Azure Security Engineer.
Not sure about what Azure Blueprints are and if they are usable for your environment? Joe Carlyle explains them in detail, and why you might want to use one.
Ian Moulster is back with a totally unofficial look at Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, a service that is growing at a phenomenal rate as developers and data scientists across the world start taking advantage of its remarkable capabilities.
If you haven’t heard about Azure SQL Database Managed Instance, or have heard of it but aren’t quite sure what it’s all about, here’s Ian Moulster’s completely unofficial primer to get you off the ground.
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.
In a modern agile world, it is important to deliver your product to the end user as quickly as possible, retrieve feedback, and then deliver a new version that includes all the requested features. To achieve this, you need DevOps.