Scott Hanselman sits down with the actual engineers who build Microsoft Azure on his journey to learn how to program the cloud. No marketing, no BS, just two engineers and a laptop in short managable chunks. Join the conversation at Friday.Azure.com
Arun Chandrasekhar, Program Manager for Azure DevOps OSS, stops by Azure Friday to talk with Donovan Brown about Spinnaker, a continuous delivery platform from Netflix OSS. Arun shows how using Azure QuickStart template (aka.ms/azspinnaker) makes this quick and easy.
Visual Studio Mobile Center powers end-to-end mobile app development experiences. Adrian Hall joins Scott Hanselman to showcase how to work with his TODO app data in the cloud with Visual Studio Mobile Center’s Tables feature. Check out the other Mobile Center (mobile.azure.com) features including Build, Test, Distribute, Identity, Crashes, and Analytics.
Karthik Bharathy joins Scott Hanselman to talk about extending the capability of PowerApps using Custom APIs. In this session, we will use PowerApps with Microsoft Cognitive Services API, a custom Image Upload API and the Camera control to build a cross platform app to detect the age, gender, smile of the user, similar to how-old.net. […]
Arun Chandrasekhar, Program Manager for Azure DevOps OSS, returns to Azure Friday to talk with Donovan Brown about how to use Azure for CI with Jenkins. Arun talks about the new Azure VM Agents plugin (aka.ms/azjenkinsagents) his team has contributed so as to make this simple and scalable.
Arun Chandrasekhar, Program Manager for Azure DevOps OSS, stops by Azure Friday to talk with Donovan Brown. They discuss how best to host Jenkins on Azure. Arun demos how using an Azure QuickStart template (aka.ms/azjenkins) makes this quick and easy.
Arif Kureshy joins Scott Hanselman to show how to use the Common Data Service (CDS) with PowerApps. CDS provides an out-of-the-box entity model and storage for PowerApps. All the tools for building apps and managing data are available in the PowerApps portal.
Kirill Gavrylyuk stops by Azure Friday to talk with Scott Hanselman about the DocumentDB SDK for the Xamarin platform. DocumentDB offers everything mobile developer needs from a cloud database: speed, limitless elastic scale, geo distribution, geo spatial support, binary attachments, and more. Resources: Tutorial: aka.ms/documentdb-xamarin Samples: github.com/Azure/azure-documentdb-dotnet/tree/master/samples/xamarin
In this episode of Azure Friday, Donovan Brown is joined by Sam Chandrashekar as they take a look at native support for geospatial functions in Azure Stream Analytics (now Generally Available). Take advantage of built-in geospatial functions in your stream-processing logic to define geographical areas, and evaluate incoming geospatial data for containment, proximity, and overlap […]
Brendan Burns (Partner Architect, at Microsoft & Kubernetes co-founder) returns to Azure Friday to chat with Scott Hanselman about using and maintaining a Kubernetes cluster in Azure Container Service (currently in Preview) using the Kubernetes command line tool (kubectl).
Christian Wade returns to Azure Friday to speak with Scott Hanselman about the rich programmability APIs and automation opportunities in Azure Analysis Services that are built on the proven analytics engine in Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services. This enables integration with DevOps processes and enhanced application lifecycle management. Automate incremental deployments, manage code branches with merge […]
In this episode of Azure Friday, Scott Hanselman is joined by Brendan Burns (Partner Architect, at Microsoft & Kubernetes co-founder) to talk about containers and support for Kubernetes orchestration in Azure Container Services. Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. As Brendan wrote in his blog post on […]
In this episode of Azure Friday, Kirill Gavrylyuk talks with Scott Hanselman about the Azure NoSQL database-as-a-service, DocumentDB, and its support for the MongoDB API. Kirill shows how MongoDB developers can upgrade their apps to use DocumentDB without any code changes while continuing to use their favorite MongoDB tools.