Anton Babadjanov joins Scott Hanselman to discuss the new redesigned administrative UI for API Management. Also, see how it enables a design-first approach with the ability to produce simulated (mocked) API responses.For more information, see:• API Management Documentation (docs)• API Management Blog
Klaas Langhout joins Scott Hanselman to show Azure File Sync for centralizing file services into Azure, which reduces the cost and complexity of managing islands of data while preserving existing app compatibility and performance. In addition, it provides multi-site access to the same data, tiering of less frequently used data off-premise, and integrated backup and rapid restoration. For more information, see: Planning for an Azure File Sync (docs) Announcing the public preview for Azure File Sync (blog)
Christina Compy joins Scott Hanselman to talk about exposing your internet-isolated apps with an Application Gateway. This enables you to securely host multi-tier applications on an Internal Load Balancer (ILB) App Service Environment (ASE) and only expose the front-end applications that you want to expose.For more information, see:Create and use an internal load balancer with an App Service environment (docs)
Pui Chee "PC" Chan joins Scott Hanselman to discuss native support for Jenkins in Azure. Our plugins make it easy for you to build your project using a container agent and then automate deployment from Jenkins to an Azure Container Service Kubernetes cluster.For more information, see:Announcing Deploy to Kubernetes (blog)Jenkins.io links: Azure Container agent, Deploy to Kubernetes, Deploy to Azure Container Service
Hariharan Jayaraman joins Scott Hanselman to talk about the Azure Instance Metadata Service, which provides information about running virtual machine instances that you can use to manage and configure your virtual machines. Use the service to get information such as SKU, network configuration, and upcoming maintenance events.For more information, see:Azure Instance Metadata service (docs)General Availability of Instance Metadata Service in Global Azure Regions (blog post)Leverage Azure instance metadata for instance bootstrap and runtime (Build 2017 session)
Aaron Roney joins Scott Hanselman to check out the new Experimental cmdlets in Azure PowerShell. This new functionality comes directly from user feedback, which the Azure PowerShell team uses to provide improved functionality. Check out the new cmdlets shown here and try them yourself!
Christina Compy joins Scott Hanselman to talk about the recently relaunched App Service Hybrid Connections. This feature enables your apps in the App Service to reach resources on other networks. Those other networks can be in Azure, on-premises or networks in other cloud providers.
Hemant Mahawar joins Scott Hanselman to demo the PowerShell experience in Azure Cloud Shell, a browser-based shell experience hosted in the cloud. Now you have the flexibility of choosing the shell experience that best suits the way you work. Azure drive (Azure:) enables you to discover and navigate all Azure resources like file system navigation and provides contextual capabilities such as resource-group scoping for Azure PowerShell cmdlets and a context-sensitive command list.
In this episode, Mani Ramaswamy joins Scott Hanselman to talk about Azure Service Fabric on Linux, which recently became generally available as a container orchestrator. Many premier first-party services such as Azure SQL Database, Bing, Azure Cosmos DB, and EventHubs are all running on Service Fabric on Windows, and now the same technology is being made available worldwide on Linux.
Kirill Gavrylyuk shows Scott Hanselman an easy way to build planet-scale serverless apps in minutes using Azure Cosmos DB and Azure Functions. Customers expect apps to offer event-driven, near real-time experiences. Now you can subscribe to changes in Azure Cosmos DB collections and trigger logic in real time while being globally-distributed, and without deploying or managing any servers.