Scott Hanselman

Azure

Simplify Moving Resources Between Regions with Azure Resource Mover

Sujay Talasila joins Scott Hanselman to discuss various scenarios and benefits of Azure Resource Mover for moving your resources across regions using a seamless unified experience. Related Links: Azure Resource Mover overview Azure Resource Mover docs Azure Resource Mover now generally available: Move seamlessly between Azure regions Create a free account (Azure)

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Azure

Get Unified Network Monitoring with Network Insights

Using Networks Insights to view health, metrics, alerts, and signals from all network monitoring tools in one place, Dalan Mendonca shows Scott Hanselman that there’s no need to scramble across tools to troubleshoot your network issues in Azure. Related Links: Azure Monitor Network Insights What is Azure Network Watcher? Network Connectivity Monitoring with Connection Monitor […]

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Azure IoT Robotics

Building a Balancing Robot with Azure Sphere

Mike Hall shows Scott Hanselman how his team built a self-balancing robot using Azure Sphere and Azure RTOS that can be controlled and updated remotely from Azure IoT Central. In addition, the robot supports deferred updates for the OS and applications, which ensures the robot is in a safe position before initiating an update. Related […]

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Azure Containers

Best practices for Azure Container Instances (ACI) with GitHub Actions

Azure Container Instances (ACI) allow for a quick, simple, and cost effective way to run serverless containers in production. ACI is generally available and is for hosting serverless containerized workloads, including ETL pipelines, serverless batch jobs, and API microservices. Scott Hanselman and Jessica Deen teach you about ACI, GitHub Actions, and container best practices. Related […]

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Linux Windows

WSL2, Visual Studio Code, Windows 10, Ubuntu/Linux

In this video Scott Hanselman blurs the lines between operating systems and showing you the future of software development using Visual Studio Code, WSL2, Ubuntu, the Windows Terminal, Oh My Posh, and the Remote Extensions for VS that enable a Windows Developer to be a Linux Developer.

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Azure Containers

Autoscale applications on Kubernetes with Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA)

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. Related Links: Kubernetes Event-driven Autoscaling KEDA on GitHub Azure Functions on […]

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Azure Mobile

Managing Azure from your phone with the Azure mobile app

Ilse Terrazas Ortega joins Scott Hanselman to show you how to take advantage of the Azure mobile app to monitor and manage your Azure environment. From Azure alerts to Cloud Shell, this powerful tool will help you take control of your environment right from the convenience of your phone. Related Links: Azure mobile app Azure […]

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Azure

Building modern hybrid applications with Azure Arc and Azure Stack

Thomas Maurer joins Scott Hanselman to show how developers can be more collaborative in developing, deploying, and managing applications across multiple environments and clouds. Build and deploy a truly consistent app experience everywhere in your hybrid cloud using your existing DevOps pipelines, Kubernetes manifests, and Helm Charts – as well as your choice of tools. […]

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Azure

How to Get Better Outbound Connectivity Using Azure NAT Gateway

When your private virtual networks in Azure need to talk to the Internet, a network translation is needed for your applications to talk to endpoints on the Internet. Christian Kuhtz joins Scott Hanselman to show how it works and why Azure NAT Gateway is the best and most scalable way to do Secure Network Address […]

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Azure

How to Scale your cloud app with Azure Cache for Redis

Ye Gu joins Scott Hanselman to discuss Azure Cache for Redis, a popular open-source in-memory data store that uses DRAM to store the most frequently used or time-sensitive data for fast retrieval. With it, you can create applications on Azure that handle millions of requests per second at down to sub-millisecond latency. Now, Azure Cache […]

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