In this edition of Tech on Fire, we’ll look at the Azure App Service and how you can use it to host a variety of different kinds of applications on Azure.
Cosmos DB has quickly become the go-to database as a service for many NoSQL database paradigms, including document databases and graph databases. With these offerings, there are a lot of possible solutions for a variety of different projects. In this video, you’ll get a long-form introduction to Cosmos DB on Microsoft Azure.
In this session from DockerCon 2020, Microsoft MVP Blaize Stewart will teach you two different ways to deploy desktop applications. The first, how desktop apps can be deployed to a local machine running Docker, and second how to run the application through the desktop. You will also learn how a similar approach can be used…
Cloudflare offers some amazing protection for websites such as DDoS protection, a Web Application Firewall, and End-to-end SSL. In this video, we’ll look at how to configure a static site hosted on Azure Blob Storage to work with Cloudflare to take advantage of all the security Cloudflare offers.
Learn how to use Azure CDN to speed up your page load times, apply custom domains to Azure Websites, and terminate SSL connections in a one-stop shop solution for application delivery.
In Part 6 of our Building a Serverless Blog on Azure series, we’ll show you how to use Azure Blob Storage SAS URLs to upload data and files to Azure Blob Storage.
The ubiquity of Docker Containers has made knowledge of how to write Dockerfles an essential skill for developers, DevOps engineers, and even data scientists that use Docker containers for different kinds of workloads. While Dockerfiles on the surface don’t seem overly complicated, when not done optimally, it can leave a container exposed to a security…
In Part 5 of our series, we will discuss what a single page application is and then show you an example.
In Part 4, we’ll look at what goes into to writing an Azure Function.
Developers are not network engineers, but the need for basic network knowledge by developers is even more important now, because the line between infrastructure and software has blurred. As deployment pipelines mature and they move to the cloud, entire environments can be deployed from scratch using automation, thus infrastructure must be “infrastructure as code”. Azure…
In Part 3 of our series, we’ll do a deeper dive into parts of the application and how it uses table storage and blob storage on Azure.
Microsoft has incorporated containers into many Azure services but figuring out where containers fit into various types of solutions is no simple task. This whitepaper provides a better understanding of when and how to use specific container solutions and how they integrate with Azure as a whole. Download Whitepaper