Phil Beaumont, Data and AI Solution Architect at Microsoft, takes a look at how you can set up social media streaming on Azure, and when you should be using hot and cold path processing.
To help minimise – and learn – from mistakes, developers who use Azure should make full use of the platform’s features and best practices.
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.
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.
Thinking about moving to the cloud this year? Jacob McQuillan, Developer and Social Media Manager here at Microsoft, gives 5 reasons why you should choose Azure for your next cloud-hosted project
Following on from Microsoft’s Ignite Conference, where our partners came together to celebrate what we’ve achieved and learn of our future, Olivier Subramanian has a few new announcements for you from our cloud platform.
Migrating to the cloud can be daunting, especially with hundreds of VM options to choose from (virtual machines on Azure are categorised into types, families and sizes). In this article, we’ll take a look at how VMs differ in terms of power, price and functionality.