Riding the Azure Stack opportunity

In this blog post, Premier Developer consultant Rob Vettor talks about Azure Stack opportunities. You are hearing more and more about Azure Stack. As a developer, the release of this long-awaited platform will present new opportunities and place a premium on Azure development skills. A highly ambitious project from Microsoft, Azure Stack brings many features…

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Docker Blog Series Part 2 – Build & Deploy ASP.NET Core based Docker Container on Service Fabric

This post is the second in a series of posts on Docker that Premier Developer consultant Monu Bambroo has posted on his blog. Azure Service Fabric in addition to offering a Service Fabric programming model is also able to orchestrate container based services across a cluster of machines. Service Fabric can deploy services in container…

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Setting up CI/CD for Docker Container Running in Kubernetes using VSTS

This post is provided by Senior Consultant, Najib Zarrari to explain setting up CI/CD for Docker Container running in Kubernetes using VSTS.  In my last post, I covered how you can create a simple Web API, run the Web API in a Docker container and then deploy the container to a Kubernetes cluster provisioned using…

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Running Web API using Docker and Kubernetes

This post is provided by Senior Consultant, Najib Zarrari to explain running Web API using Docker and Kubernetes. As companies are continuously seeking ways to become more Agile and embracing DevOps culture and practices, new designs principles have emerged that are more closely aligned with those aspirations.  One such a design principle that had gained…

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Tips for Running an Angular app in IIS

Laurie Atkinson, Premier Developer Senior Consultant, A few tweaks are necessary to take an Angular app and move it to IIS. Here is a list of changes required to get everything running smoothly. Using the Angular-CLI to generate an Angular SPA is an excellent way to scaffold out a well-organized application. This tool also includes…

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Azure Stack Getting started resources

This post is provided by Senior App Dev Manager, Guru Satish Piduru with helpful getting started information for Azure Stack. Azure Stack brings the power of Azure, to your datacenter, transforming your datacenter resources into cloud services for maximum agility, all under the control of IT. For developers, Azure Stack provides a unified app development…


Azure Enterprise Agreement changes, transfers, and consolidation

This post is provided by Senior App Dev Manager, Bryan Towne to provide insight into to consolidation options for Azure deployments as you grow into or out of your current Enterprise Agreement. Within the time that you consume Azure services there will come a point in which you will probably need to transition from your…


Creating Azure IoT Edge Custom Modules in C# – send and receive data from IoT Hub

This post is from Premier Developer consultant Mark Taylor. This article assumes a basic understanding of the functionality of Azure IoT Edge.  If you don’t have this, start with the official documentation: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/campaigns/iot-edge/. The current Azure IoT Edge samples for .Net are great, but they do not (as of the time of this writing) demonstrate…

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Exploring DataTable and SqlDBAdapter in ASP.NET Core 2.0

This post comes to us from Premier Developer consultant Joe Healy. .NET Core 2.0 Preview was released May 2017.  Great timing as one of my customers was inquiring re DataTable and SqlDBADapter support in ASP.NET Core.  Instructions to wire it up are below. Read the rest on Joe’s blog here.

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A Smart Way to Host Your Training Labs

In this post, Application Development Manager, Wesam Darwish walks us through how to leverage Azure DevTest – a cost effective, consistent, and streamlined way for quickly deploying a virtual training lab in your environment. At Microsoft Premier Support for Developers, we provide a variety of training options and a wide range of knowledge transfer sessions…