Source: Azure Apps Demo Map, Microsoft

Earlier this week I noticed that Microsoft launched the Azure Apps Demo Map website, a centralized way to see a some awesome resources available by Microsoft for building enterprise applications that leverage Azure technologies..

Most of the scenarios include an interactive user experience to explore the solution – including solution diagrams, live demos, source code and additional resources.

When exploring a scenario you can click on sections to see what technologies were used for that particular application. In the case of the Rewards application, it uses Azure Functions, Logic Apps, and App Service.

After exploring the interactive model you can head over to the GitHub project to download and run the code so that you can dig really deep in how the solution was built.

Let’s take a brief look at each of the projects.

Projects

Currently the Azure Apps Demo Map contains four applications as listed below.

Tailwind Traders

Tailwind Traders is a fictitious retail company showcasing the future of intelligent application experiences. These reference apps are all powered by the Azure cloud, built with best-in-class tools, and made smarter through data and AI.

Source: Azure Apps Demo Map, Microsoft

Visit the GitHub Project

SmartHotel360

SmartHotel360 is a fictitious smart hospitality company showcasing the future of connected travel. Their vision is to provide an intelligent and personalized experience to the guests.

Source: Azure Apps Demo Map, Microsoft

Visit the GitHub Project

Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock

The geek version of the classic game. This sample shows a multilanguage application running on AKS with a front-end developed in Blazor and integrated with Azure Machine Learning and Azure Cognitive Services. Start the battle and find if you can beat our bot! VISIT PROJECT

Source: Azure Apps Demo Map, Microsoft

Visit the GitHub Project

Contoso Air

Contoso Air is a fictitious airline company. This lab shows how to create a website application that runs Node.JS Server that stores customer booked flights in an Azure Cosmos DB.

Unfortunately this project has no diagram and has been archived. However this project still contains valuable information for building a Node.JS + Cosmos DB application and running it on Azure.

Visit the GitHub Project

Wrap-up

This is a great resource to learn how Azure can be used for an end to end solution for your business.

They have a feedback link so if you found the resource useful or you have suggestions please let them know. It would be cool to see this resource be expanded to include other applications that include Power BI, Power Apps, Azure DevOps, Dynamics, etc.

Enjoy!

References

https://azureappsdemomap.com/

https://azure.microsoft.com/

Posted by Callon Campbell [MVP]

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