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Enterprises rely on a hybrid technology approach to take advantage of their on-premises investment and, at the same time, utilize cloud innovation. As more business operations and applications expand to include edge devices and multiple clouds, hybrid capabilities must enable apps to run seamlessly across on-premises, multi-cloud, and edge devices, while providing consistent management and …

Overview Ansible is an IT automation tool. It can configure systems, deploy software, and orchestrate more advanced IT tasks such as continuous deployments or zero downtime rolling updates. Ansible can be used to provision Azure resources.   Prerequisites Ubuntu 18.04 Ansible has been installed. See here on how to install. Python has been installed. By …

Overview This guide shows how to install the Azure PowerShell on an Ubuntu OS. Azure PowerShell can be used for managing Azure resources.   Prerequisites Ubuntu 18.04   Installation 01. Download the Microsoft repository to the current directory   02. Add the GPG keys   03. Update the package repository to reflect the GPG keys …

Overview This guide will show you how to make a request or call the Azure REST API.   Prerequisites Access to the Azure portal REST Client or command line to send a request An example REST Client is Postman, for a guide on how to install Postman, see here.   Acquiring an OAuth2 Token 01. …

Microsoft Build 2019 | Develop data application on a no-limits SQL data platform Session ID: BRK4003   Come learn how to integrate, deploy and modernize your data platform to Azure SQL Database Hyperscale. Hyperscale offers a data tier that has infinite scale, optimized for highly transactional workloads and offers seamless integration with all the game …

Microsoft Build 2019 | Closing the key gaps of serverless with Azure Functions Session ID: BRK3042   Building serverless apps usually come with concerns around cold start, vendor lock-in, FaaS limitations, app security and more. We are releasing exciting new capabilities in Azure Functions to address these gaps and other concerns we heard from the …

Microsoft Build 2019 | End to End Azure DevOps Session ID: THR2004   Azure DevOps is the ultimate set of DevOps services for any language and any platform. Let’s take a tour of each of those services to see how they can help you deliver value to your end users, whether you’re a team of …

Microsoft Build 2019 | Architecting and Building Hybrid Cloud Apps for Azure and Azure Stack Session ID: BRK3064   Azure provides a rich platform for developers to build modern applications. Some applications however face obstacles: latency, intermittent connectivity, and regulation being primary examples. Azure Stack provides a way to build modern applications in on-premises environments. …

Microsoft Build 2019 | End to end application development and DevOps on Azure Kubernetes Service Session ID: BRK3039   By itself, Kubernetes is not necessarily a developer-friendly platform. Building, deploying, and testing microservice-oriented applications involves a lot of manual work and copious amounts of YAML. Thankfully, Azure has the tools you need and makes Kubernetes …

Microsoft Build 2019 | Microsoft’s journey to becoming an open source enterprise with GitHub Session ID: BRK3029   Microsoft has become the largest open source-friendly company in the world, with over 20,000 developers using and contributing to open source projects on GitHub. Engineers at Microsoft develop in the open on GitHub together with tools like …