If you're using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), chances are you've also setup Azure Monitor to understand the performance and health of your Kubernetes cluster and the container workloads. Learn how to query perf counters for a pod filtering by namespace
Leveraging Microsoft Teams as a target for Azure Monitor alerts is an easy and efficient approach in handling issues in your Azure solutions
With Windows Subsystem for Linux I'm now happy to have a very similar cli experience on both Windows and Mac. This is how I've configured zsh on Windows.
Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services both offer capabilities in the area of management and analytics on streaming data. In this post I'm looking a bit closer at how Azure Event Hubs and Azure Stream Analytics stack up against AWS Kinesis Firehose, Kinesis Data Streams and Kinesis Data Analytics.
What can I say. Time flies.
Customers often ask about best practices and blueprints on how to build solutions for the cloud (on Microsoft Azure in particular). These days things evolve at a pace never seen before why developing reference architectures may be a very costly thing - once it’s done it may be obsolete if it’s produced with too much detail and too low level of abstraction.
In the article Service Assisted Communication for Connected Devices Clemens Vasters discuss challenges with different approaches for exchanging information with special-purpose devices - The type of devices which we today like to group into the term ‘Things’ in ‘Internet of Things’. Addressing and security being two of the main concerns in many of today’s implementations.
One of my apps, Driver’s Log, is now celebrating three years in the Windows Phone Store. The app has a loyal user base and by continuing adding features and supporting new devices I surly hope that you’ll continue to enjoy it for at least another three years.
Earlier this year I had the pleasure to contribute content to a book on Scrum with Visual Studio
The Continuous Delivery wave seems to be what people are trying to surf these days. I’m a bit worried though when I see posts and articles, especially from the Microsoft Community, where people claim they do Continuous Delivery when in fact the only thing they achieved is an automated deployment triggered by a check-in.