Maybe you’re heard of the Azure Service Fabric (or maybe not), but WHY would you choose to develop a Services Fabric app? Web Apps seem fine, don’t they?
Microservices is a relatively new thing on the cloud computing scene, and
AllRecipes, founded in 1997, has undertaken a two-year migration to Microsoft Azure’s IaaS public cloud. AllRecipes services 1.5 billion visitors each year who view an average of 95 recipes per second, 66% of which are done on mobile devices.
Microsoft released this new video a couple of months back which is an interesting view of the Azure datacenter world.
Saw this video today about how Microsoft scoring works for MCP exams. Very interesting if you’re thinking of or taking a Microsoft exam.
Microsoft recently announced an addition to its Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering called Azure Functions. Initially launched as a preview service in March 2016, Azure Functions provide developers with an event-driven serverless compute platform that allow organizations to
Not sure if this is a special limited time offer, but I noticed recently that Microsoft is offering two special “bundles” that are a significant savings for students.
The regular price of a Microsoft Azure exam is $165.
Saw an interesting video today talking about the online proctored exam option that Microsoft offers test takers. Well worth watching if you are thinking about taking the exam at home.
It’s not over for Windows and devices. But Microsoft’s future is increasingly about the cloud and subscriptions, as its financials and corporate priorities show.
Source: Microsoft continues its pivot to being all about cloud services | ZDNet
This sounds so cool.
Many of you know Bitcoin. Underlying bitcoin is the blockchain, which allows complete strangers to transfer money based on cryptography providing the trust factor. The blockchain is a public ledger of who owns what, and once
Microsoft today open sourced its next-gen hyperscale cloud hardware design and contributed it to the Open Compute Project (OCP). Microsoft joined the OCP, which also includes Facebook, Google, Intel, IBM, Rackspace and many other cloud vendors, back in 2014. Over