March 2017 Azure Technical Guru Awards!

It’s time to celebrate the top Azure Wiki articles from March 2017! Here is a straight list of the articles that appeal more to a developer, building out a PaaS solution: Secure Logic Apps endpoint with API Management Azure Logic Apps Debatching: Splitting Messages and process them separately Azure Automation : Create and Invoke Azure…

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Interview with a Microsoft MVP and Azure Development Ninja – Chervine

It’s time for another interview with an Azure Development Ninja! Today’s interview is with… Chervine Some of Chervine’s profile stats: 23 TechNet Wiki articles! 718 Wiki Edits 479 Wiki Comments 1.279 downloads on his 5 Gallery Items Chervine has been contributing high quality contributions to the Microsoft community for years! And so let’s get going…

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HybridCAT: Building Clouds – Joins the Azure CATalogue!

HybridCAT: Building Clouds “Building hybrid clouds that can support any device from anywhere”   What was once the WSSC CAT team (WSSC referred to Windows Server & System Center) has become over time HybridCAT! And over the last year, they joined into the Azure CAT group. Which means… The CATalogue: http://aka.ms/theCATalogue …now features content from…

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Interview with a Microsoft MVP and Azure Development Ninja – Ryen Tang

Today’s interview is with a Microsoft MVP and Azure Dev Ninja, Ryen Tang! Ryen Kia Zhi Tang                      . Some of Ryen’s statistics: 8,752 Recognition Points 15 Gallery Contributions with 17,282 Downloads! 17 Wiki Articles and 313 Wiki Edits Ryen’s Blog: http://ryentang.wordpress.com/ Some of Ryen’s Gallery items: Convert-Byte Set-ComputerObjectOU Cmdlet for moving Computer Object to specific OU…

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Have you seen the Azure Architecture Center?

Have you seen the Azure Architecture Center? http://aka.ms/AzureArchitecture If you haven’t seen it yet, go ahead and explore it! One interesting article is this comparison from AWS to Azure services: Azure for AWS Professionals   Remember to keep your head in the Cloud! – Ninja Ed  

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Azure Service Fabric – Brings More Power to Age of Ascent (Massive Multiplayer Online Game)

When UK studio Illyriad Games releases Age of Ascent later this year, it will become the largest massively multiplayer online game in history. Because it runs on the Azure Service Fabric distributed systems platform in the cloud, Age of Ascent can automatically scale up to meet the demand of thousands of concurrent players joining battles…

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Interview with an Azure Development Ninja – Andreas Helland

Welcome to another Azure Development Community Interview! You can find all our interviews here. This interview is with… Andreas Helland 325 Forum Answers 1,301 Forum Replies Long-time contributor to Azure Advisors, directly impacting the Azure services I’ve known Andreas for quite awhile, as we’ve worked together in Azure Advisors, getting feedback for our product teams….

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Interview with an Azure Development Ninja – Sjoukje Zaal

Today’s interview is with… Sjoukje Zaal Sjoukje is a Microsoft Partner. Website: http://www.sjoukjezaal.com 188 Forum Answers, with 435 Forum Replies 7 Wiki Articles with 66 Wiki Edits Sjoukje has also contributed on this blog: A first look at Azure Media Services Let’s get to the interview! ===================================== Who are you, and what do you do?…

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Developing Proactima Solutions’ UX Risk Application, by using Azure Service Fabric

Proactima Solutions lends their architecture to show us our 6th Service Fabric Customer Profile! You can find all the Service Fabric Customer Profiles here: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/azureservicefabric/tag/customer-profile/   Past profiles include Quorum Business Solutions, BMW, Schneider Electric, Mesh Systems, and TalkTalkTV. I helped write and edit this latest article, which showcases the UXRisk application architecture. Find the full…

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Service Fabric Community Q&A #8 coming on 1/19/17

Update: This event is happening on the 19th of January at 930 AM Pacific Time. The Azure Service Fabric team will be holding their 8th monthly community Q&A call this Thursday, January 19th at  9:30 AM Pacific Time. As always, there is no need to RSVP. Just navigate to http://aka.ms/sfcommunityqa at 9:30 AM Thursday and you’re in….

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