On the IBM Cloud, Whirlpool Corporation is able to help harness and make sense of IoT sensor data from connected appliances out in the real world using advanced analytics. Helping them make great products even better. Learn more at ibm.co/2bOVrU2.
Aaron Roney joins Scott Hanselman to show off building and deploying a web app to Azure from the command line using Azure CLI 2.0 and Git. Azure CLI 2.0 is the cross-platform command-line tool for managing Azure resources, which is written in Python, updated every two weeks, and is available as open source on GitHub (Azure/azure-cli).
Like many organizations, Logitech was looking to automate its administrative processes, eliminate tapes from its environment, and get out of the business of maintaining physical servers. Commvault and AWS provide a joint, cost-effective solution that simplifies the move to the cloud. Integration with Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) enables Commvault to simplify on-premises and […]
See how some of the most innovative developers out there are designing solutions with Azure. Learn more about how these customers use Azure: ASOS: Top online retailer bets on Azure to provide a stellar experience for 13 million customers worldwide Next Games: How to run massively scaling mobile games on Azure CarMax drives online innovation […]
On the next episode of This Is My Architecture, Bill Weiner, SVP of Operations at @47Lining, explains how they build their “Redshift Overlord” tool that coordinates bringing Redshift clusters up and down. You’ll learn how they leverage Amazon Cognito, AWS Lambda, Amazon DynamoDB, AWS Data Pipeline and even API Gateway + Slack to make it […]
A major US research university partnered with Microsoft to learn how Azure infrastructure, the Web Apps feature of Azure App Service, and DevOps best practices could better address their need to quickly, easily, and consistently onboard classroom and student infrastructure. This included back-end servers, storage, and networking as well as student virtual machines (VM), organizational […]
Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team spills the beans about some awesome content he is presenting at Microsoft Build. He talks with Lara Rubbelke, one of the many folks organizing the conference that kicks off on 5/10/2017. Check out the LiveStream starting 5/10/2017. build.microsoft.com Post any questions, topic ideas or general […]