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Breaking the wall between data scientists and app developers with Azure DevOps

As data scientists, we are used to developing and training machine learning models in our favorite Python notebook or an integrated development environment (IDE), like Visual Studio Code (VSCode). Then, we hand off the resultant model to an app developer ... continue reading
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Securely monitoring your Azure Database for PostgreSQL Query Store

A few months ago, I shared best practices for alerting on metrics with Azure Database for PostgreSQL. Though I was able to cover how to monitor certain key metrics on Azure Database for PostgreSQL, I did not cover how to ... continue reading
App-V Auto Sequencing Part 4 - Automate the sequencing process further

App-V Auto Sequencing Part 4 – Automate the sequencing process further

App-V Auto Sequencing Part 1, the blueprint App-V Auto Sequencing Part 2 - Preparing the Host and VM App-V Auto Sequencing Part 3 - Auto Sequence Applications App-V Auto Sequencing Part 4 - Automate the sequencing process further Now we ... continue reading
App-V Auto Sequencing Part 3 - Auto Sequence Applications

App-V Auto Sequencing Part 3 – Auto Sequence Applications

App-V Auto Sequencing Part 1, the blueprint App-V Auto Sequencing Part 2 - Preparing the Host and VM App-V Auto Sequencing Part 3 - Auto Sequence Applications App-V Auto Sequencing Part 4 - Automate the sequencing process further In the ... continue reading
Generating PowerShell Cmdlets from OpenAPI/Swagger with AutoRest

Generating PowerShell Cmdlets from OpenAPI/Swagger with AutoRest

Today, we’re announcing beta support for PowerShell in AutoRest, so that you can now generate PowerShell modules from Swagger/OpenAPI JSON documents. AutoRest is the SDK generation tool that we use in Azure to produce SDKS for 90+ management services across ... continue reading
Azure Data Studio – Setting up your environment

Azure Data Studio – Setting up your environment

This blog entry comes from Buck Woody, who recently rejoined the SQL Server team from the Machine Learning and AI team. For those of you who havent met me or read any of my books or blog entries, its great ... continue reading
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Build your own deep learning models on Azure Data Science Virtual Machines

As a modern developer, you may be eager to build your own deep learning models but aren’t quite sure where to start. If this is you, I recommend you take a look at the deep learning course from fast.ai. This ... continue reading
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Development, source control, and CI/CD for Azure Stream Analytics jobs

Do you know how to develop and source control your Microsoft Azure Stream Analytics (ASA) jobs? Do you know how to setup automated processes to build, test, and deploy these jobs to multiple environments? Stream Analytics Visual Studio tools together ... continue reading
Interning in Azure Engineering and the Visual Studio Code extension for ACR Build

Interning in Azure Engineering and the Visual Studio Code extension for ACR Build

What is it like to intern at Microsoft? Scott Hanselman meets with three interns from the Microsoft Explorer Program (a cross-discipline internship designed for college freshmen and sophomores) to talk about their experience working on the Azure Container Registry and ... continue reading
Managing and Working with #Azure Network Security Groups (NSG) #Security #IaC #AzureDevOps

Managing and Working with #Azure Network Security Groups (NSG) #Security #IaC #AzureDevOps

Microsoft Azure Network Security Group (NSG) When you are implementing your Microsoft Azure Design like a HUB-Spoke model you have to deal with security of your Azure environment (Virtual Datacenter). One of them are Network Security Groups to protect your ... continue reading