Getting Productive With Microsoft Azure Cloud Shell

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP Timothy Warner as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Daron Yondem of the MVP Award Blog Technical Committee served as the technical reviewer for this piece. Under ordinary circumstances, in order to get command-line access to your Microsoft Azure subscriptions, you would need to perform one…


Microsoft Teams: Creating The Dream Team

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Office Servers and Services MVP Eric Overfield  as part of our Technical Tuesday series.  Gettin’ good players is easy. Gettin’ ’em to play together is the hard part. – Casey Stengel We certainly have a dream team here at PixelMill, a California based digital agency specializing in bespoke Office…


Dependency Injection With Xamarin Forms

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Visual Studios and Development Technologies MVP Houssem Dellai as part of our Technical Tuesday series.  Inversion of Control (IOC) and Dependency Injection (DI) are common patterns in software development, which help to create loosely coupled dependencies. This article will show you how to setup IOC and DI in Xamarin…


Integrating Azure Advisor Into Your Workday

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP Timothy Warner as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Daron Yondem of the MVP Award Blog Technical Committee served as the technical reviewer for this piece. Are you familiar with the shared responsibility model of cloud computing? This model states that Microsoft’s responsibility is providing a…


Integrating Azure Security Center Into Your Workday

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP Timothy Warner as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Daron Yondem of the MVP Award Blog Technical Committee served as the technical reviewer for this piece. Hey, I get it. You are a busy Azure administrator. Your company is moving more and more of its workloads…


How I Got Started with Azure Machine Learning

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Data Platform MVP Kathi Kellenberger as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Last year, Microsoft announced a unique opportunity for the data geeks among us. They introduced a Data Science certificate program using Microsoft tools that’s available on EdX. This program is free to audit and relatively…


Getting Started With Microsoft Azure PowerShell

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP Timothy Warner as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Daron Yondem of the MVP Award Blog Technical Committee served as the technical reviewer for this piece. Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is an enormous collection of services, all of which are undergirded by…


Rapidly Deploy Serverless Azure Functions Using PowerShell

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP Doug Finke as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Albert Duan of the MVP Award Blog Technical Committee served as the technical reviewer for this piece. You finished your PowerShell script, it pulls data from your database, and you want to make…


Security Monitoring In Azure IaaS Resources

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Office Servers and Services MVP Thuan Nguyen as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Security threats are very hard to detect and defend today. In one of my past blog articles, I pointed out security challenges that required complex machine learning algorithms to detect anomaly and suspicious activities in a…


Top Elements To Consider When Choosing A Monitoring Tool

Editor’s note: The following post was written by now former Office Servers and Services MVP Hilton Giesenow as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Albert Duan of the MVP Award Blog Technical Committee served as the technical reviewer for this piece. Given my complete lack of knowledge and understanding of physics, I ordinarily wouldn’t venture…