Migrating Data Workloads from SQL to Azure Synapse

You’ve heard about the advances in the Azure Synapse Analytics service. Microsoft has brought together data integration, enterprise data warehousing, and big data analytics. In this webinar, we’ll review the fundamentals of Azure Synapse Analytics and why it may be the right choice for you. Both serverless and dedicated resource consumptions models will be covered.…

Optimizing Compute on Azure with Azure Kubernetes Services

Azure Kubernetes Services is not a one-size-fits-all tool. An organization can tailor AKS to meet its goals in several ways, ranging from single-node development clusters to dynamically scaling, high-performance clusters for production workloads. This webinar will look at all the knobs and switches you can use to shape AKS to align with your app needs.…

Azure Storage Options with Azure Kubernetes Services

Azure has many different ways to store data, and each one comes with its own pricing and performance characteristics. The cool thing about Azure Kubernetes Services is that it can connect to all of them, so you can match the storage performance and cost goals of just about any application. In this webinar, we’ll look…

SQL in Azure Container Instances

Cloud computing challenges IT professionals to think about compute apart from storage so we can have limitless scalability. For some, thinking about SQL Server without hardwired storage and database is a difficult concept to grasp. In this session, you will learn how to implement a microservice ETL using a containerized SQL Server. You’ll also learn…

AI and ML Embedded in Azure Data Platform

You can deploy AI/ML solutions in multiple places: IoT devices, at the cloud edge, and in cloud API endpoints, among other locations. In this session, learn the options available in Azure Data Platform services and how they can improve transactional systems in the back end. We will also walk through some business intelligence (BI) use…

Refactoring The Monolith For Azure Cloud Migrations

Lift and shift migrations will quickly get you to the cloud, but long-term costs for this type of migration are sometimes hard to stomach. To mitigate this, many organizations choose to refactor an application to make it more cloud-native to save money and ultimately help the application be more resilient and scale better. In this…

Leap into the Future with Blazor WebAssembly

Join this webinar to learn some of the essentials of getting started with Blazor WebAssembly, Microsoft’s hot, new technology for doing client-side programming with C# in the web browser! In this webinar, we will showcase how to code and debug Razor Components in the web browser! We will explore how to make REST API calls…

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…

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.