Azure Code Samples
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A .NET 4.5 WPF application that authenticates a user and calls web API using Azure AD and OAuth 2.0 access tokens.
This Azure Code sample provides powershell scripts to automate deployment and collection of Azure Stack cloud operational data to OMS.
This sample illurstrates how to deploy certificates from a keyvault to VM using Python SDK against Azure Stack
An example illustrating how to use Python to deploy an Azure Resource Manager Template against hybrid clouds. Eg. Azure Stack
Sample showing how a windows Desktop .NET (WPF) application can get an access token using MSAL.NET and call the Microsoft Graph API or other APIs protected by Azure Active Directory v2
The project in this repo contains samples that show how to use Azure Media Services v3 API and .NET SDK in .NET Core.
An example illustrating how to use Ruby SDK to manipulate Azure resources and resource groups in hybrid clouds like Azure Stack
Getting Started with Compute - Create Virtual Machines using Golang on Azure Stack hybrid cloud
An example illustrating how to use Ruby SDK to deploy an Azure Resource Manager Template in Hybrid clouds. Eg. Azure Stack
Getting Started with Compute - Manage Virtual Machines using Ruby on Azure Stack hybrid cloud
An example illustrating how to use Ruby to deploy an Azure Resource Manager Template
An example illustrating how to use Ruby to manipulate Azure resources and resource groups
Calling a ASP.NET Core Web API from a WPF application using Azure AD v2.0
A Python application that uses Batch to process media files in parallel with the ffmpeg open-source tool.
This solution is a personal knowledge management system and it allows users to upload text, images, and audio into categories. Each of these types of data is managed by a dedicated microservice built on Azure serverless technologies including Azure Functions and Cognitive Services. The web front-end communicates with the microservices through a SignalR-to-Event Grid bridge, allowing for real-time reactive UI updates based on the microservice updates. Each microservice is built and deployed independently using VSTS’s build and release management system, and use a variety of Azure-native data storage technologies.
Sample Azure Functions for use with Azure Media Services. Ingest from Azure Blobs, encode and output to Azure Blobs, monitor encoding progress, and use WebHooks or Queues to hook into the workflow.