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Data analytics, Machine learning, AI and Mobility were discussed in a variety of sessions at Microsoft Ignite 2017. Office 365 and associated services were also hot topics with much discussion on Office 365 best practice, extending Office 365 using the Graph API and integrating disparate systems using Azure integration services.
At Microsoft’s annual conference on the Gold Coast – ‘Microsoft Ignite’ – they get to showcase new technologies and platforms, engage with partners and customers and generally share information on their platforms, tools and services.
For every day that passes, more devices come online, more applications are deployed and more data sources are spun up. There has never been a time in our history when data is so freely available, so widely used, so varied, so fast and so damn big.
A look at the principal Azure Integration services and where they might fit in a “next generation” architecture. Let’s begin and demonstrate a working example using fictitious “Company X”.
Are you struggling to get support from your team because they feel that Azure doesn’t provide enough support for Open-source? Do you work on a Linux workstation/laptop or on macOS/OS X, or are you really hard core and use FreeBSD? If you use one of these *NIX type environments how do you get started on the Azure cloud? The good news is that Microsoft LOVES Linux and Open-source. Let’s take a look at using open source with Microsoft Azure in a bit more detail.
Yesterday was very exciting, but AWS CTO Werner Vogels certainly didn’t disappoint on day 3 of re:Invent. From increased visibility of your application health at all layers, detailed insights and debugging tools, new Lambda language and a migration to the edge, new batch and ETL work flows and targeted notifications. Let’s take a quick look at some of the highlights.