Build machine learning models with a visual drag and drop interface
Regardless of deployment location, applications are often dependent on advanced services to boost performance and safeguard against threats. This can make the task of transitioning them to the cloud without impacting business operations a complex and daunting process. F5 has helped many of its customers successfully migrate their apps and app services to Azure. Please tune into this 30-minute webinar to learn about how to make that transition securely and with confidence, and engage with F5 in a live Q&A.
A short explainer video about machine learning and how to take advantage of it today.
Windows Container support is available in preview in Azure App Service. By deploying applications via Windows Containers in Azure App Service you can install your dependencies inside the container, call APIs currently blocked by the Azure App Service sandbox and use the power of containers to migrate applications for which you no longer have the source code. All of this and you still get to use the awesome feature set enabled by Azure App Service such as auto-scale, deployment slots and increased developer productivity.Windows Server 2019 support now available for Windows Containers on Azure App ServiceWindows Containers on Azure App Service wikiRun a custom Windows container in Azure (preview)Migrate an ASP.NET app to Azure App Service using a Windows container (Preview)Azure App Service documentationApp Service pricingPublic preview: Windows Server 2019 container support in Azure App ServiceCreate a free account (Azure)
Learn Michael Crump's latest Azure tips and tricks that will help you be more productive working with Azure in Visual Studio 2019.Azure Tips and Tricks projectAzure Tips and Tricks videosTip 130: Visual Studio app settingsTip 43: Logic apps in Visual StudioTip 44: Deploy through Visual StudioCreate a free account (Azure)
Learn Michael Crump's latest Azure tips and tricks that will help you be more productive working with Azure in Visual Studio 2019.Azure Tips and Tricks siteAzure Tips and Tricks videosAzure Tips and Tricks GitHub repoCreate a free account (Azure)
Learn some of Michael Crump's favorite Azure tips and tricks—some long-standing, and new ones that have recently been added to become more productive with Azure. Watch this video to shave time off your coding tasks.Azure Tips and Tricks projectTip 1: Quickly Changing ThemesTip 23: Testing in ProductionTip 33: LocksTip 31: Email AlertsCreate a free account (Azure)
This tutorial walks you through quickstart sample code so you can get up and running.
This tutorial walks you through more advanced sample code for Immersive Reader.
This tutorial gives you an overview of Immersive Reader and the resources available to embed the experience and get the most out of the service.
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