Debug your live apps running in Azure Virtual Machines and Azure Kubernetes

We are excited to announce that, in our Visual Studio Enterprise 2019 preview, we are expanding Snapshot Debugger support beyond Azure App Services hosting ASP.NET Core and ASP.NET applications to now also include Azure Virtual Machines (VM), Azure Virtual Machine scale sets (VMSS), and Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS)! When Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise 15.5 became…


Školení Docker, Managed Kubernetes a PaaS služby formou CI/CD

 Zveme vás na jednodenní technické školení: Docker, Managed Kubernetes a PaaS služby v globálním cloudovém prostředí formou CI/CD Školení formou semináře-workshopu v češtině Je určeno i pro Java, Linux, Python, JavaScript, … architekty a vývojáře, DevOps leady. Kombinace „Dev“ a „Ops“ problematiky Organizuje společnost Gopas s.r.o., ve spolupráci s Microsoft s.r.o. Netřeba jakékoli znalosti Microsoft technologií,…


NEW AZURE REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE: Real-time scoring of R machine learning models

We have a new AI Reference Architecture (on the Azure Architecture Center) from AzureCAT Data Scientist, Hong Ooi. It was edited by Nanette Ray and Mike Wasson. It was reviewed by George Iordanescu (also from AzureCAT AI). Real-time scoring of R machine learning models This reference architecture shows how to implement a real-time (synchronous) prediction…


Cognitive Services Containers プレビュー提供開始

[English Ver] Cognitive Services の一部機能を Docker コンテナにダウンロード、構築して利用できる Azure Cognitive Services Containers がプレビュー提供開始となりました。 これにより、ご自身の(ローカルを含む) Docker 環境で Cognitive Services を利用でき、データの送受信に関する対応、インターネット接続による遅延などの問題が解消されることになります。 Microsoft Azure Blog > Bringing AI to the edge Microsoft Azure Blog > Getting started with Azure Cognitive Services in containers Microsoft Azure Updates > Azure Cognitive Services Containers are in preview 利用可能な Docker 環境 以下の Docker 環境が利用可能です:…


Container support for Cognitive Services APIs

[日本語版はこちら] Now Azure Cognitive Services Containers is available for preview, which enables you to deploy Cognitive Services in Docker container (including local container). It means you can use cognitive features in your own containers, be free from delay due to internet connection, or get feature to keep your data stored locally. Microsoft Azure Blog > Bringing…


Choosing the right Kubernetes object for deploying workloads in Azure – Part 1

This material has been added to a full eBook, Kubernetes Objects on Microsoft Azure. Introduction This post covers getting started with local development using Kubernetes. It will cover configurations, tools, and common troubleshooting. For an overview of this blog series, use this introductory post. Getting started with Kubernetes In a typical development scenario, developers start…


Choosing the right Kubernetes object for deploying workloads in Azure – Part 2

This material has been added to a full eBook, Kubernetes Objects on Microsoft Azure. Introduction The last post in this series covered setting up a single-node Kubernetes cluster locally. While it is a good way to get started with development using Kubernetes, to run in production, a multi-node Kubernetes cluster is typically needed. This post…


Choosing the right Kubernetes object for deploying workloads in Azure – Part 3

This material has been added to a full eBook, Kubernetes Objects on Microsoft Azure. Introduction The last two posts covered how to get a Kubernetes cluster working locally or in Azure. Both clusters can be accessed via their dashboards. It is easy to switch between the two dashboards by switching contexts. This post will cover how…


Choosing the right Kubernetes object for deploying workloads in Azure – Part 4

This material has been added to a full eBook, Kubernetes Objects on Microsoft Azure. Introduction The previous post in this series covered the Kubernetes dashboard. This post will build upon that knowledge. It will cover the practical aspects of putting those concepts into practice. The following posts in this series will cover deploying a 2-tier…