Are you looking to deploy a cloud solution to Azure Marketplace? Does your solution require additional deployment and configuration automation beyond a simple virtual machine?Watch this on-demand webinar to learn more about using Azure Applications Offer's Solution Templates to publish a solution in Azure Marketplace. With Azure Applications, publishers can:Automate the provisioning of one or more VMs/Azure Services using Azure Resource Manager Provision networking and storage resourcesUtilize Azure Services, like Compute, Storage, Networking, Azure Functions, Azure Databases, etc. What You Will Learn:Overview of the Azure Applications offerDeveloping Azure Application offers via Solution TemplatesOverview of tooling and best practicesWho You Are:IT and Developer ProsTechnical decision makers
Enterprise customers increasingly want to leverage online marketplaces to find, try, and buy cloud services. To enable our partners to reach new and wider audiences with more flexibility, Azure Marketplace launched Private Offers for Enterprise purchasing. Private Offers enable Azure Marketplace publishers to create exclusive offers for their customers, offer customized software and terms, and run limited beta releases. Watch this 30-minute on-demand webcast to learn more about Private Offers on Azure Marketplace, and how one of our partners, Barracuda Networks, leveraged Private Offers to win larger deals and optimize their procurement process.What You Will Learn:- Overview of Azure Marketplace- Introduction to Private Offers for Enterprise purchasing- Private Offers use cases and best practices- How Barracuda Networks leveraged Private Offers to land Enterprise dealsWho You Are:- Business and Technical leaders looking to acquire more customers with more flexibility
Learn about Cognitive Services support of containers and how to run these services on premises.
Modern games require more powerful development tools, global and flexible multiplayer support, and new revenue models. PlayFab is a complete back-end platform for live games and a powerful way for independent studios to get started. Boost revenue, engagement, and retention—while cutting costs—with game services, real-time analytics, and LiveOps.For more information:PlayFab overviewPlayFab documentationPlayFab pricingAzure Gaming - Cloud Game DevelopmentCreate a free account (PlayFab)Create a free account (Azure)
The latest advancements for Linux containers presented by co-founder of Kubernetes Brendan Burns and host Matt McSpirit. They demonstrate updates that allow you to connect your on-premises resources with the Cloud for agility, while maintaining data sovereignty and security with the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Watch as he shows you the latest enterprise-level capabilities for AKS including: native integration to Azure Active Directory and Kubernetes; RBAC for secure access to AKS with identity managed at a per container level to grant secure access to specific Azure resources. Then take a look at securing your images with content trust in Azure Container Registry and deploying them with Helm Charts.
Page Bowers and Donovan Brown discuss how SAP customers are moving to Azure to take advantage of SAP-certified HANA virtual machines such as Azure M-series. Learn how you can use Terraform and Ansible to speed up SAP HANA deployments on Azure in 30 minutes as opposed to hours or days.For more information:Automated SAP Deployments in Azure Cloud (GitHub)SAP on AzureAutomating SAP deployments in Microsoft Azure using Terraform and Ansible (blog post)Create a free account (Azure)
Shubha Vijayasarathy joins Scott Hanselman to discuss Azure Event Hubs, which makes data ingestion simple, secure, and scalable. As a distributed streaming platform, Event Hubs enables you to stream your data from any source—storing and processing millions of events per second— so you can build dynamic data pipelines and respond to business challenges in real time.With Azure Event Hubs for Apache Kafka, we're bringing together two powerful distributed streaming platforms, so you can access the breadth of Kafka ecosystem applications without having to manage servers or networks. Event Hubs for Kafka provides a Kafka endpoint so that any Kafka client running Kafka 1.0 or newer protocols can publish/subscribe events to/from Event Hubs with a simple configuration change.Azure Event Hubs docsAzure Event Hubs samples (GitHub)Azure Event Hubs overviewAzure Event Hubs pricingAnnouncing the general availability of Azure Event Hubs for Apache Kafka® (blog post)Create a free account (Azure)
Gaurav Malhotra and Scott Hanselman discuss how you can now share a self-hosted Integration Runtime (IR) across multiple data factories and consolidate on a single, highly available, multi-node (up to 4 nodes) self-hosted IR infrastructure. Doing so removes the need for separate, self-hosted IRs per project/data factory making it more manageable for the IT/DevOps team.For more information:Sharing the self-hosted integration runtime with multiple data factories (docs)Sharing a self-hosted Integration Runtime infrastructure with multiple Data Factories (blog post)Azure Data Factory overviewAzure Data Factory pricingCreate a free account (Azure)
Yashesvi Sharma joins Scott Hanselman to discuss reserved virtual machine instances and how the reservation you buy can apply to other virtual machines (VMs) sizes in the same size series group. This ensures that you maximize your discounts and make reservation management easier. Also, you can now save even more by purchasing reservations for SQL Database, Azure Cosmos DB, and SUSE Linux usage on Azure.For more information:What are Azure Reservations?Virtual machine size flexibility with Reserved VM InstancesAzure Reserved VM Instances (RIs) overviewAzure SQL Database pricingAzure Cosmos DB pricingCreate a free account (Azure)
Dhruv Goel and Scott Hanselman discuss why enterprise customers trust Apache Kafka on Azure HDInsight with their streaming ingestion needs. Get even more control over the security of your data at rest with Bring-Your-Own-Key encryption for Kafka. With Azure HDInsight, you get the best of open source and the security and reliability of a managed platform.For more information:Bring your own key for Apache Kafka on Azure HDInsight (Preview)Azure HDInsight - Hadoop, Spark, and Kafka ServiceAzure HDInsight pricingCreate a free account (Azure)