Running .NET Core 2.0 applications in a Linux Service Fabric Cluster on Azure

In this post, Senior App. Dev. Managers Guru Satish Piduru and Mahendar Madhavaram explain how to deploy .NET Core 2.0 applications to a Linux Service Fabric Cluster. The support for running .NET Core 2.0 applications in Service Fabric Cluster (SFC) environment on Linux is in preview mode today and general availability in the coming months….


ゴジラ・ナイト解説

Mixed Reality ゴーグル「HoloLens」を装着して、日比谷に現れたゴジラを巨大不明生物災害対策本部(巨災対)直轄の精鋭迎撃部隊メンバーとなって迎撃するイベント「ゴジラ・ナイト」が日比谷シャンテ前ゴジラスクエアで開催されています。(5/24~29) ここでは、その詳細を説明します。 ダイジェスト版をPDFでダウンロ―ド → ゴジラ・ナイト解説.pdf


Spotlight on Industry Experiences

This post is provided by Marty Donovan, Senior Program Manager for Industry Experiences. The Industry Experiences team (as part of Scott Guthrie’s organization) delivers industry technical documentation and experiences to customers including use cases, solutions guides and hands-on architectural design reviews.   Our goal is to help customers accelerate their journey to the cloud with clear…


Get started with U-SQL: It’s easy!

Azure Data Lake Analytics combines declarative and imperative concepts in the form of a new language called U-SQL. The idea of learning a new language is daunting. Don’t worry!  U-SQL is easy to learn. You can learn the vast majority of the language in a single day. If you are familiar with SQL or languages…


Bring Custom Vision into Azure IoT Edge

The Custom Vision Service is a Microsoft Cognitive Service that lets you build custom image classifiers. It makes it very easy and fast to build, deploy, and improve an image classifier. Since May 7, we are able to export tensorflow model to Dockerfile in custom vision service, that means we can download the artifacts to…


Postmortem: Global VSTS availability issues – 22 May 2018

Customer Impact: On 22 May 2018, Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) experienced a major incident across multiple regions between 15:00 and 16:55 UTC.  An event in a Western European scale unit of the Team Foundation Service (TFS), caused a chain reaction that sporadically took other TFS scale units offline in other regions.  Based on our…


Using AI and Bots as an underpinning for modern UI

In this post, Consultant/App. Dev. Manager Timothy Baillis explains how AI and Bots can improve modern UI designs. It has been said that every great developer is inherently lazy- or at least inspired by boring or repetitive tasks. The idea that you can code a program to automate a task or overcome an obstacle is…


Top stories from the VSTS community – 2018.05.25

Here are top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics, listed in no specific order: TOP STORIES Chip Off The Ol’ Blockchain – Part 3: How to Setup a CI/CD Pipeline with VSTS and TruffleBlaize Stewart outlines how to use VSTS to create a simple…


What’s new in VSTS Sprint 134 Update

The Sprint 134 Update of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) has rolled out to all accounts. In this Update we continue to increase the breadth of services offered in Azure DevOps Projects to enable you to get started quickly. The (newly renamed) Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), a fully managed Kubernetes container orchestration service, Azure Service…


Why GDPR is a $3.5 billion business opportunity

  There’s a huge regulatory change just around the corner. And with it comes a $3.5 billion business opportunity. Two-thirds of Australian companies that know they’re affected expect to make significant changes. But half aren’t even sure they need to comply.   What is it? Europe’s landmark General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).   Part of…