Sydney Smith joins Scott Hanselman to show the rich editing experience provided by the PowerShell extension in Azure Data Studio by creating a SQL Server in a Linux Docker container with external storage—all using PowerShell Core in Azure Data Studio.

To get started with the notebook used in the episode check out: PowerShell/vscode-powershell

[00:01:36] Demo – Getting started – installing modules

[00:04:45] Demo – Creating a new editor file

Miao Jiang joins Scott Hanselman to walk through a conceptual framework for building a CI/CD pipeline to automate the deployment of APIs into Azure API Management.

Learn about common automation challenges with API Management and how the suggested approach addresses these challenges. For a demonstration, see: Build a CI/CD pipeline for API Management, Part 2.

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When a live site issue or outage occurs, quickly determining the root cause is critical. Standard monitoring solutions might alert you to a problem.

They might even indicate which component is failing.

But this alert won’t always immediately explain the failure’s cause. You know your site worked five minutes ago, and now it’s broken.

What changed in the last five minutes?

This is the question that Application Change Analysis is designed to answer in Azure Monitor.

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    Ziv Rafalovich joins Donovan Brown to introduce Azure Dedicated Host, which is a service that provides physical servers – able to host one or more virtual machines – dedicated to one Azure subscription.

    Dedicated hosts are the same physical servers used in our data centers, provided as a resource. You can provision dedicated hosts within a region, availability zone, and fault domain. Then, you can place VMs directly into your provisioned hosts, in whatever configuration best meets your needs.     

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    Danny Strockis joins Scott Hanselman to discuss decentralized identity, which gives users ownership of their digital identities and data by leveraging permissionless distributed ledgers.

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    Jane Mareth joins Scott Hanselman to show how nonprofits with limited budgets can accelerate their cloud adoption with Azure Foundation for nonprofits. The Azure Foundation provides prescriptive scripts, documentation, and diagrams to help nonprofits quickly adopt Microsoft Azure. Azure Foundation also includes governance and security guidance specific to the most common nonprofit scenarios.

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    Data integration is complex and has many moving parts that spans across hybrid data environments. Typically, data integration projects have dependencies upstream and downstream making dependencies an important aspect to consider in any job scheduling.

    Gaurav Malhotra joins Scott Hanselman to show how you can create dependent pipelines in Azure Data Factory by creating dependencies between tumbling window triggers in your pipelines. Using these dependencies assures you that the trigger is only executed after the successful execution of the dependent trigger in your data factory.

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    Michael Hansen joins Scott Hanselman to explain what FHIR is and how to get started with FHIR on Azure. Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (or, FHIR) is a new standard for representing and exchanging healthcare data. Developed by the HL7 community to address problems with interoperability, pieces of healthcare data are represented as resources in FHIR (i.e, a patient is a resource, observation is a resource, etc.). Resources are healthcare data objects with properties (e.g., a patient has a name) and relationships. The FHIR specification also describes how to exchange these objects using a REST API. A FHIR server is a REST API that enables you to search, retrieve, modify, and delete healthcare data objects. Microsoft developed a first-party FHIR server, which is available as an open source project on GitHub and as a managed service, Azure API for FHIR.

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