The Microsoft Azure channel explains how KPMG Japan uses Azure Arc to build out a seamless data solution.

KPMG Ignition Tokyo, the centerpiece of KPMG Japan’s digital strategy, delivers specialty software solutions to its global clients. With a multi-cloud and hybrid approach, the firm is rolling out its next-generation, AI-based audit software built on Azure, and implementing Azure Arc to deliver seamless solutions for clients across multiple hybrid data estates.

Learn how Azure Monitor Application Insights enables you to perform usage analysis to understand which features of your app are most frequently used and if users achieve their goals in your app. It provides visibility into users, sessions, events, and includes out of the box workflows to analyze business funnels, user flows and user retention.  

Learn more about Azure Monitor at: https://aka.ms/MonitoringDocs

In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to use Microsoft Power Automate to create automated workflows. Streamline repetitive tasks and paperless processes with Microsoft Power Automate—so you can focus your attention where it’s needed most.

Video index:

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 1:43 How to get Microsoft Power Automate / Flow
  • 3:29 Power Automate home page
  • 4:04 Create a flow using a template
  • 6:58 View and manage all of my flows
  • 8:50 Create an automated flow from blank
  • 10:05 Create an instant flow from blank
  • 12:10 Create a scheduled flow from blank
  • 14:28 UI and business process flows
  • 16:00 Templates
  • 16:29 Connectors
  • 16:49 Wrap up

In the early days of the world wide web, there was one browser that ruled them all: Netscape Navigator.

Not long after the start of the new millennium, however, it’s market share had drastically decreased. With the rise of Internet Explorer, Netscape found themselves in a fight that they couldn’t win.

This video details how this happened by discussing the browser wars, and the rise and fall of Netscape.

ANSYS is a leader in simulation world.

ANSYS Twin Builder and Microsoft Azure Digital Twins teams came together to integrate physics-based simulations with IoT Data. In this video, Olivier and Sameer Kher (Senior Director at Ansys) discuss the benefits of this joint solution.

The ANSYS Twin Builder combines the power of physics-based simulations and analytics-driven digital twins to provide real-time data transfer, reusable components, ultrafast modeling, and other tools that enable teams to perform “what-if” analyses, and build, validate, and deploy complex systems more easily.

In this second part episode, Fernando Mejia walks through everything you need to plan for in a Hybrid Cloud architecture for Azure Kubernetes Service.

This includes IP address concerns from on-premises to Azure, hub and spoke topology, as well as the different options you have in Azure Kubernetes Service. 

Watch Part 1

Learn more: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/overview/kubernetes-on-azure