The Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure guides customers through their cloud journey, to use and adopt cloud services with confidence and in control. In this episode, Scott Bockheim explores the guidance and documentation of the framework with Lara Rubbelke to provide an overview of all the components and elements included.
With the Common Language Runtime (CLR) hosted in Microsoft SQL Server (aka CLR integration), you can author stored procedures, triggers, user-defined functions, user-defined types, and user-defined aggregates in managed code.
The CLR is also available in Azure SQL Database Managed Instance.
In this video, Anna Hoffman and Colin Murphy go over what CLR is, how to set it up in Azure SQL Database Managed Instance, and simple example of Regular Expressions in Azure SQL Database Managed Instance.
In this episode of the Azure Government video series, Steve Michelotti talks with Chris Pendleton, Principal PM Manager on the Azure Maps team, about Azure Maps in Azure Government.
Learn what makes Azure Maps different from other mapping solutions available and how Azure Maps provides a truly unified experience for a mapping solution including route efficiency, traffic management, and geofencing.
For government customers, Azure Maps provides compliance with Azure Security, Azure Active Directory Tenancy, The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), accessibility, and globalization just to name a few.
You’ll also see several demos running in Azure Government (http://azuremapscodesamples.azurewebsites.us/) including heat maps and weather data, all of which show off the stunning visuals that are unmatched by any other mapping solution available today!
Watch this episode to see Outi Nyman, Senior Program Manager, Azure Maps, step through the APIs for these services.
Designed to support developers creating smart city applications that move people and things from one place to another, they help create applications that decrease traffic congestion and increase air quality.
The Mobility Service APIs for Azure Maps are brought to life in partnership with Moovit, Inc. Moovit combines information from public transit operators and authorities with live information from its user community to offer a real-time picture of public transit services, including stops, route information, and travel time estimations.
In this fascinating episode, watch how Ofir Barzilay, Principal Engineering Manager for IoT Security, demonstrates a brute force attack (https://aka.ms/iotshow/ascforiot) on a Raspberry Pi IoT device connected to Azure IoT Hub. You will see how Ofir attacks the device to discover its password.
Watch how he downloads a payload and infects the device. You will see him gain control over the device, connecting it to his command and control server to fully own it, showing how he can exploit it for crypto mining, DDOS and more.
At the end of the demo, Ofir demonstrates how Azure Security Center for IoT has monitored, detected, and reported on the entire attack. He also shows how Azure Security Center for IoT leverages Microsoft Threat Intelligence to flag suspicious devices. Solution builders using Azure IoT security will sleep better after watching this show.
Krysta Svore, principal researcher at Microsoft, demonstrates the new Microsoft Quantum Development Kit.
The Quantum Development Kit makes it easy for you to start experimenting with quantum computing now and includes: · A native, quantum-focused programming language called Q# · Local and Azure-hosted simulators for you to test your Q# solution · And sample Q# code and libraries to help you get started
In this demo, she walks through a few code examples and explains where quantum principles like superposition and entanglement apply. She explains how quantum communication works using teleportation as your first “Hello World” inspired program. And keep watching to see more complex computations with molecular hydrogen.
[00:00] – Introduction
[00:41] – Deployment options in Azure SQL Database, including elastic pool, single database and Managed Instance
[03:33] – DTU service tiers (Basic, Standard, Premium)
[07:08] – vCore service tiers (General Purpose, Hyperscale, Business Critical)
[08:08] – General Purpose tier: Provisioned vs Serverless
[09:16] – Compute Generation: Gen4 vs Gen5
[10:01] – Decision points for Provisioned vs Serverless compute tiers
[13:25] – Saving money with Azure Hybrid Use Benefits
[13:58] – Business Critical tier and read scale-out
[15:42] – Hyperscale tier
[21:03] – Summary of deployment options
[22:17] – Finalizing the creation of a new Azure SQL Database
[23:02] – Summary and wrap-up