How do you update IoT devices that are disconnected in a hierarchy of IoT Edge devices, like you would see in an Industrial IoT environment with an ISA-95 network?
Azure Cosmos DB just uploaded this video on event sourcing on Azure using CosmosDB.
In recent years the Event Sourcing pattern has become increasingly popular. By storing a history of events it enables us to decouple the storage of data from the implementation of the logic around it. And we can rebuild the state of our data to any point in time, giving us a wide range of opportunities around auditing and compensation.
In this demo-heavy session you will learn how we can use Azure Event Hubs to process and store these events to build our own event store based on Cosmos DB. Moreover, we will also dive into options around connecting to other Azure services and even Kafka applications to easily implement this popular pattern in our own solutions.
Explore your options to select the right VMs for your workloads with this video by Microsoft Mechanics.
On this episode of Azure Essentials, Matt McSpirit shares core compute and disk storage options for any workload you want to run in Azure.
If you’re new to Azure, shifting your apps or workloads onto a virtual machine or multiple VMs in Azure can be achieved without rearchitecting them or writing new code. You can even deploy your workloads to Azure Dedicated Hosts that provide single tenant physical servers dedicated to your organization.
Barbara Forbes joins April Edwards to discuss her approach to learning Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates on her path to becoming a Microsoft MVP.
- Azure Portal
- Quickstart Templates
- MS Docs- ARM Templates
- Visual Studio Code
- Microsoft Learn: ARM Templates
- Barbara Forbes Azure & Automation Blog
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In this episode, Abel and Damian talk about why DevOps is important for on prem applications. They’ll walk through creating a CI/CD pipeline for our VM-based application and database using Azure Pipelines and GitHub Actions.
- [00:53] Why do we even bother with DevOps?
- [01:49] Where do we start?
- [02:36] Demo: Creating a Pipeline in Azure Pipelines
- [06:30] Building our artifacts
- [07:15] Configuring environments
- [10:05] Deploying to environments
- [13:29] Doing it in GitHub Actions
- Create and Target an Environment in Azure Pipelines https://aka.ms/DevOpsLab/AzurePipelinescreate
- Environments in GitHub Actions: https://aka.ms/DevOpsLab/GitHubActionsEnv
- MS Learn: Create a Build Pipeline with Azure Pipelines: https://aka.ms/DevOpsLab/LearnAzurePipelines
- MS Learn: Automate your workflow with GitHub Actions: https://aka.ms/DevOpsLab/LearnGHActions
- Subscribe to Azure DevOps YouTube channel
In this episode of Azure Unblogged, Thomas Maurer speaks with Lior Kamrat about the Azure Arc Jumpstart project. The Azure Arc Jumpstart project is designed to provide a “zero to hero” experience so you can start working with Azure Arc right away.
With step-by-step guides for independent Azure Arc scenarios that incorporate as much automation as possible, detailed screenshots and code samples, and a rich and comprehensive experience – The Jumpstart project has you covered!
Azure Arc enables customers to reduce the complexity of managing disparate infrastructure scattered across on-premises and multicloud by bringing all resources into a single control plane.
It also allows customers to use cloud native services into any infrastructure, anywhere. In this video, get a glimpse into the executive vision behind Azure Arc.
Take continuous backup of your data from all regions data is replicated in, and restore your database to any point in time over the past 30 days.
This capability is available on the Azure Cosmos DB Core (SQL) API, and API for MongoDB.
Continuous backup is an alternative to the default periodic backup option and offers even more security for your data. It can be enabled and managed using Azure portal, PowerShell, or CLI (command line interface).
Device Update for IoT Hub is a comprehensive platform that customers can use to publish, distribute, and manage over-the-air updates for everything from tiny sensors to gateway-level devices. This platform is now in preview in the Western US, Asia, and Europe to keep devices and applications secure and updated.
Keeping a network of IoT devices secure and up to date can be complex and costly, especially for organizations with limited technology staffing. Rather than take on the cost and work of building and maintaining custom update solutions, Device Update for IoT Hub customers can take advantage of a platform that is tailored for IoT devices and built on the experience Microsoft has developed through regularly updating hundreds of millions of Windows devices.
Learn more by reading the blog post at https://aka.ms/iot-hub-device-update-blog
Do you want to scale your workloads on Kubernetes without having to worry about the details? Do you want to run Azure Functions anywhere and easily scale it yourself?
Tom Kerkhove shows Scott Hanselman how Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA) makes application autoscaling dead simple.