If you’ve ever managed MySQL, PostgreSQL, or MariaDB on-premises or on IaaS VMs, you know what it takes to architect, build, and manage databases that perform — managing and maintaining security, maximizing performance, patching databases, and more. Azure Database for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MariaDB fully managed database services make it easy to address these complex tasks and more. Come and learn why you can entrust your business data to Azure, and how our managed services deliver high availability with 99.99% SLA, secure data from the edge to the database, enable you to optimize database performance, perform day-to-day tasks, and help achieve your goals.
As a DBA or IT admin, performance and security represent the most important - if not critical - functions of your role. Concerned about your database being hacked by anonymous users? Cherish being a hero in addressing a key performance problem leading to business growth? If you answered yes, this session is for you. Azure Database for MySQL and PostgreSQL are fully managed database services that deliver built-in high availability, elastic scale, and security that enterprises can trust with their most critical business data. This session dives into the intelligent capabilities build into Azure Database for MySQL and PostgreSQL, and shows how you can protect your business and optimize performance of your database applications.
We will walk you through a scenario where your app’s data sits in Azure Database for PostgreSQL, and how you can connect it to Power BI to develop interactive reports with visual analytics. Here, your app leverages the built-in high availability and the capability to scale in seconds from your fully managed database all while benefiting from the ability to generate critical insights from the business analytics provided by Power BI Desktop. This video is part of a series of demo videos that show how developers can migrate their applications or build advanced dev scenarios using Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
Azure helps you do more with the applications you have and modernizes your existing investments. This is the rationale behind making Azure an open cloud platform and why we offer database services for MySQL, PostgreSQL and MariaDB. These intelligent, fully managed services provide built-in high availability and security with elastic scaling that helps you save costs. This video is part of a series of ‘how-to’ videos that show how developers can migrate their applications to Azure or build advanced dev scenarios with Azure Database for PostgreSQL. This video briefly introduces the series and covers the service features and benefits of this database service.
This video shows how you can harness the power of Machine Learning through Cognitive Services APIs to develop intelligent apps, all while benefiting from the built-in high availability and security offered by Azure Database for PostgreSQL. We use a scenario that includes a dataset for customer complaints. One of the columns in the dataset is the verbatim of the complaint, which we will analyze using the Cognitive Services text analytics API. In this module, we walk through the steps to build this app and connect it to Azure Database for PostgreSQL. This video is part of a series of demo videos that show how developers can migrate their applications or build advanced dev scenarios using Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
Many customers say their biggest challenge is migrating their large amount of data from On-Premise to Azure. We will cover the scenario where you have a mission critical production workload that can only tolerate minutes of downtime. In this scenario, the appropriate migration method is to use Azure Database Migration Service. This video will walk-through the detailed workflow and a demo that shows how to migrate your application using minimal downtime to Azure Database for PostgreSQL. This video is part of a series of demo videos that show how developers can migrate their applications or build advanced dev scenarios using Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
This video will show you how to connect your container applications running in Kubernetes to Azure Database for PostgreSQL by using the Open Service Broker for Azure. We will cover the rationale for using a Service Broker and walk you through a scenario where you can benefit from the built-in high availability and security offered by Azure Database for PostgreSQL by connecting your container application using a standard, multi-cloud API. This video is part of a series of demo videos that show how developers can migrate their applications or build advanced dev scenarios using Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
PostgreSQL has quickly grown to become a favorite open source database for many developers. Azure Database for PostgreSQL is a fully managed, enterprise-ready database service that combines the power of community PostgreSQL and Azure, built for developers and devops. In this session, we will walk you through the service capabilities such as high availability, security, and elastic scaling of performance that allows you to optimize your time and save costs. You will learn about how you can build modern apps where building intelligence to the data is essential. We will walk through with real application code how you can build an intelligent app or migrate existing apps to managed service with minimal downtime.
Azure Database Services for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MariaDB, help you turn ideas into solutions faster through trusted, managed services for your favorite open source database engines. Azure supports community databases, which means you get the same languages, tools, and frameworks you love, backed by an industry-leading SLA.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL and Azure Database for MySQL bring together community edition database engines and the capabilities of a fully managed service. Tune in to get a deep dive on how these services work—how we ensure high availability and fast scaling (within seconds), so you can meet your customers’ needs. You'll also learn about some of the underlying investments in security and worldwide availability.
Presented by: Sunil Kamath