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KubeCon, Windows Containers on Kubernetes, and 101 Materials for Your Holiday Reading…

KubeCon, Windows Containers on Kubernetes, and 101 Materials for Your Holiday Reading…

I attended KubeCon earlier this week in Seattle and had some little fun there. It was eye-opening to see the vibrant community there. The energy is enormous. Very fortunate to be a witness of this part of the history. Windows ... continue reading
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Taking a closer look at Python support for Azure Functions

Azure Functions provides a powerful programming model for accelerated development and serverless hosting of event-driven applications. Ever since we announced the general availability of the Azure Functions 2.0 runtime, support for Python has been one of our top requests. At ... continue reading

A hybrid approach to Kubernetes

We’re excited to see everyone at Kubecon this week! We’ve been working with our customers to understand how they’re thinking about Kubernetes and what we can do to make it easier for them. Azure Stack unleashes new hybrid capabilities for ... continue reading
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Deploying Apache Airflow in Azure to build and run data pipelines

Apache Airflow is an open source platform used to author, schedule, and monitor workflows. Airflow overcomes some of the limitations of the cron utility by providing an extensible framework that includes operators, programmable interface to author jobs, scalable distributed architecture, ... continue reading
Pros and cons of stable and unique tags in Docker image tagging

Pros and cons of stable and unique tags in Docker image tagging

Steve Lasker joins Scott Hanselman to talk about best practices for Docker image tagging, and the tradeoffs between stable and unique tagging techniques. Docker Tagging Best Practices Azure Container Registry ACR Tasks ACR Presentations Kubernetes objects on Microsoft Azure ACR ... continue reading
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Networking in Red Hat OpenShift for Windows

Hello again, Today we will be drilling into a more complex topic following the introduction to Red Hat OpenShift for Windows on premises two weeks ago. We will expand into the networking layer of the architecture that we have chosen ... continue reading
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Running Cognitive Service containers

Last week we announced a preview of Docker support for Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services with an initial set of containers ranging from Computer Vision and Face, to Text Analytics. Here we will focus on trying things out, firing up a ... continue reading
Getting started with #Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services in #Containers #Azure #AI #AKS #Docker

Getting started with #Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services in #Containers #Azure #AI #AKS #Docker

Microsoft Visual Studio Code Tools for AI With container support, customers can use Azure’s intelligent Cognitive Services capabilities, wherever the data resides. This means customers can perform facial recognition, OCR, or text analytics operations without sending their content to the ... continue reading
A new tab of containers is now available in Azure Security Center

Protect Linux containers running in IaaS with Azure Security Center

Nowadays, more and more enterprises are migrating their monolith applications to run mission-critical, containerized cloud-native applications in production. Containers provide multiple advantages, both for developers and IT professionals. They are easy and fast to deploy, immutable, and provide fast iteration ... continue reading
Make your first Pipeline with Azure DevOps Project in the #Cloud #Azure #AzureDevOps

Make your first Pipeline with Azure DevOps Project in the #Cloud #Azure #AzureDevOps

Start here your Azure DevOps Project in Azure. Microsoft Azure DevOps Services (Tools) to make your own CI/CD Pipeline in the Cloud Azure Pipelines is a cloud service that you can use to automatically build and test your code project ... continue reading