Learn how to develop real-world Internet of Things solutions built with Microsoft Azure services from experts from around the world.

In this single-day event, we will cover topics ranging from IoT device connectivity, IoT data communication strategies, use of artificial intelligence at the edge, data processing considerations for IoT data, and IoT solutions based on the Azure IoT reference architecture. At the end of this event, you will have the knowledge to begin your journey to become a certified Azure IoT Developer!

dotnet-monitor is a command line tool that makes it easier to get access to diagnostics information in a dotnet process.

In the episode, Rich is joined by Sourabh who explains to us the importance of gathering application diagnostics and also gives us a demo of how to run dotnet-monitor in Kubernetes

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With Azure Data Studio turning 3, it is maturing quite well.

Azure Data Studio is a game-changer for all Data Professionals.

Join Warwick Rudd as he shows you what Azure Data Studio has for Data Professionals and why it makes it easier for you to do your job.

Using Python microservices allows you to break up your apps into smaller parts that communicate with each other.

This can make it simpler to scale the application based on the traffic.

Additionally, the separation of concerns makes it easier to work on just one part of the app at a time.

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Are you prepared if a tornado filled with sharks destroys your primary data center?

Sure, you may have backed up your databases, but what about logins, agent jobs or extended events?

In this episode of Data Exposed, join Chrissy LeMaire  as she demos how disaster recovery can be simplified using the SQL Community’s SQL Server PowerShell module, dbatools.