In this episode of Azure Friday, Estefani Arroyo joins Scott Hanselman to talk about and demo Azure Cosmos DB desktop tools for developing, querying and testing your applications. The Azure Cosmos DB Linux Emulator provides a high-fidelity emulation of the Azure Cosmos DB service. The Azure Data Studio Cosmos DB API for Mongo DB extension enables you to connect to your Mongo resources and query your data using the mongo shell.
In this episode of Azure Friday, Savannah Ostrowski joins Scott Hanselman to show how the Azure Developer CLI (azd) uses a set of developer-friendly commands that map to key stages in your workflow and idiomatic application templates to accelerate the time it takes you to get started on Azure.
In this episode of Azure Friday, Annina Keller joins Scott Hanselman to show how Azure Static Web Apps provides built-in serverless API endpoints via integration with Azure services, including Azure App Service, Azure API Management, Azure Container Apps, and Azure Functions.
In this episode of Azure Friday, Lakshmi Murthy joins Scott Hanselman to show how to build an enterprise data model using Azure Synapse database templates to add rich business context to data and drive meaningful analytics.
In this episode of Azure Friday, John Downs joins Scott Hanselman to discuss how to design, architect, and build multitenant Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions on Azure. If you’re building a SaaS product or another multitenant service, there’s a lot to consider when you want to ensure high performance, tenant isolation, and managing deployments. They walk through some example SaaS architectures and see how Microsoft provides guidance to help you to build a multitenant solution on top of Azure.
In this episode of Azure Friday, Jeremy Likness shows Scott Hanselman how to use Entity Framework (EF) Core with Azure SQL DB and Azure Cosmos DB. EF Core is a lightweight, extensible, open source, and cross-platform version of the popular Entity Framework data access technology.
In this episode of Azure Friday, Frank Boucher joins Scott Hanselman to talk about AzUrlShortener – an open source, budget-friendly URL shortener you can deploy directly from GitHub with one click into your Azure subscription. Frank explains how to get it, why it’s inexpensive, and explores the source code.
In this episode of Azure Friday, Isaac Levin joins Scott Hanselman to talk about building highly scalable applications and having fun with the Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock sample application. Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock is a multi-language application built with Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code, deployed with GitHub Actions and running on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). It also uses Machine Learning and Azure Cognitive Services (Custom Vision API). Languages used in this application include .NET, Node.js, Python, Java, and PHP.