Different Paths to Migrate Apps to Azure

It might be easy to migrate a simple app like WordPress to Azure, but migrating an enterprise application with multiple databases, components, and external dependencies requires more thought and planning. And when presented with all the available options on Azure, choosing the right one for the application exacerbates the problem. While migrating an app isn’t…

Introduction to Azure Databricks

Data volumes are increasing rapidly and with it, insights can be gained at cloud scales. Azure Databricks enables developers to leverage the combined power of Azure, Delta Lake, and Apache Spark to utilize structured and unstructured data for insights, real-time feedback, and application development. In this session, you’ll learn the basics of Azure Databricks, the…

Introduction to Git

This session will provide an overview and introduction to using Git for source control. Attendees will gain a basic understanding of Git and how it works. We will discuss the terminology, typical development workflows, basic operations, and how it’s different from centralized version control solutions.

Microservices On Azure: Containers, Serverless, and Everything Else

Microservices provide a great way to build scalable, manageable, and available applications across vast regions. Especially for newer suites, choosing the right technology to support microservices has its advantages and tradeoffs to make things simpler or more flexible. In this webinar, you will learn how the different technologies impact microservices to help you make better-informed…

Introduction to DevOps with GitHub

GitHub is the modern, open-source cloud solution for managing software development. Trusted by over 56 million developers, GitHub enables teams to code, secure, and deploy their applications. In this introductory session, learn the basics of GitHub and the features that accelerate and secure teams of all sizes.

Making the Most of Microservices

Microservices solve tons of problems that face modern hyper-scale applications such as high availability, global scalability, and rapid updates. But, these do not come without trade-offs and present new challenges like security, state management, and data access. In this webinar, we will take a closer look at these trade-offs and challenges and the patterns that…

Building and Managing Containers with Azure

Building and managing containers are a large part of any container deployment. The entire process requires multiple steps and different tools to complete. Azure provides several different ways to manage automation and container images for deployment to container platforms. In this session, you’ll get a glimpse of three different ways to do this with Azure…

Making Sense of the Power BI Ecosystem

Power BI adoption growth has been astonishing. And with growing demand, we also have growing needs. The service started as an end-user-driven data visualization tool but is now at the enterprise-grade semantic layer. In this session, you will learn more about the major Power BI features and in which use cases to apply them. What…

Power BI Aggregations

Power BI was originally released as a fully cloud-based, end-user targeted data visualization tool. Now it’s both a robust and scalable enterprise-level BI ecosystem. Microsoft has increased its ability to deal with a large volume of data both imported into and hosted outside the service to implement semantic models. In this session, Wintellect Data Architect…

Microsoft Azure for SQL Server Professionals: Get Your Head in the Cloud

Lift and shift is a utopia many IT professionals have about moving on-prem resources to the cloud. The truth is you must understand how the cloud works so you can adjust, design accordingly, and deliver to expectations. As SQL DBAs, you have options and can choose between IaaS or PaaS, between SQL in a VM…

Azure Tagging and Policy: A Match Made in the Cloud

Azure provides a rich, out of the box experience for enforcing roles and access to Azure. Sometimes, however, these controls are not enough, and this is where Azure Tagging and Azure Policy come into play. With Tagging and Policy tools, you can enforce rules and apply organization to resources, resource groups, and subscriptions. In this…