dev.to · Feb 27, 2023
Meta, formerly known as Facebook, has chosen Microsoft Azure as a strategic cloud provider for A.I. research and development
This blog post will demonstrate how Azure Form Recognizer client library can be used to eliminate manual tasks for end user when completing web forms. In this example, the user uploads a passport, which is parsed to obtain relevant data that can be used to automatically populates the form fields. This saves the end user time and provides a better user experience.
How to configure and use the combination of Azure Storage and Azure Key Vault for data protection in ASP.NET Core with the new Azure integration packages
Updated 5/1/2020 - Let's take advantage of the v12 SDK for Azure Blob Storage's 227% improvement in downloading 1GB blobs over the prior versions. Here is the upgrade guide for a few common scenarios.
Recently Microsoft and VMWare both announced the general availability of Azure Spring Cloud, a fully-managed service for Spring Boot apps. The service allows enterprises to deploy JARs or code to it.
Learn detailed resource naming and tagging recommendations aimed specifically at supporting enterprise cloud adoption efforts.
This post is a continuation of my series about using Application Insights in ASP.NET Core. Today we will explore the concept of Cloud Role and why it’s an important thing to get right for your app
Application Insights is a powerful and surprisingly flexible application performance monitoring (APM) service hosted in Azure. Every time I’ve used Application Insights on a project, it has opened the
Combining React Error Boundaries with AppInsights for automatic error logging
A good article on available options on Azure SQL DB.
Are you curious about what an Azure App Service plan is, exactly? In this article we'll dive into the essence and capabilities of an App Service plan.
Azure Artifacts is Microsoft’s solution to package management. Originally available as a separate extension on Visual Studio Marketplace, it is now pre-installed in Azure DevOps Services and Azure DevOps Server 2019, TFS 2018, and 2017.
By Maxime Rouiller