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Overview architecture of the Caren infrastructure and its use of Azure services.

Cincinnati Children’s has a great app development experience with Azure services

The healthcare industry has started to embrace mobile apps and cloud technologies, and not just to optimize internal operations. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center wants to make visits to hospitals and doctors’ offices easier for patients and families. Cincinnati Children’s ... continue reading
Azure Pipelines extension for Visual Studi Code

New Azure Pipelines announcements – VS Code extension, GitHub Releases, and more

Since we launched Azure Pipelines in September, we’ve seen strong growth in adoption of our cloud hosted build and deployment service. We’re also learning from many of the open source projects on GitHub starting to take advantage of unlimited build ... continue reading

Azure AI – accelerating the pace of AI adoption for organizations

AI is fueling the next wave of transformative innovations that will change the world. With Azure AI, we empower organizations to easily: Use machine learning to build predictive models that optimize business processes Utilize advanced vision, speech, and language capabilities ... continue reading
Screenshot of Key Vault references for Application Settings (now in public preview)

Azure.Source – Volume 60

Now in preview Simplifying security for serverless and web apps with Azure Functions and App Service New security features for Azure App Service and Azure Functions reduce the amount of code you need to work with identities and secrets under ... continue reading

The Green Team solves high-risk, systemic security issues for Microsoft Azure

In the past, I’ve spoken at length on the criticality of assuming breaches can and will occur rather than simply seeking to focus solely on preventing breaches from occurring. Dating back to 2009 this security strategy, called Assume Breach, has ... continue reading
Architecture of cloud-edge consistent confidential computing framework showing where the Open Enclave API and abstraction fits in intelligent edge scenarios based on Azure IoT Edge. Open Enclave API offers the interface between TEE and a non-TEE environment commonly known as the Rich Execution Environment (REE). Underneath the Open Enclave API, adopters have the option of choosing Open Enclave SDK or an equivalent implementation from a third party offering.

Azure.Source – Volume 59

Now in preview Simplifying confidential computing: Azure IoT Edge security with enclaves – Public preview Azure IoT Edge is a fully managed service that delivers cloud intelligence locally by deploying Azure AI, Azure services, and custom logic directly on edge ... continue reading

Turkey Day Mailbag

Hello Networking Enthusiasts – Tomorrow, the US will celebrate Thanksgiving and since we’re so close to a holiday we decided to keep this week’s blog fairly simple and answer some common questions and information we’ve seen over the last few ... continue reading

What you need to know when writing hybrid applications

As of today, Azure is present in 54 regions, several sovereign clouds, as well as in our customers’ data centers through Azure Stack. Consistency is a fundamental pillar of Azure, no matter which region you are deploying your application to, ... continue reading
Azure cloud computing services

Simplifying confidential computing: Azure IoT Edge security with enclaves – Public preview

Enabling Open Enclave SDK for the intelligent edge and simplifying the development of trusted applications across operating systems and hardware platforms. Today we are excited to announce the cross-platform availability of the Open Enclave SDK for devices at the intelligent ... continue reading
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