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Azure data Factory –DevOps

Continuous deployment of ADF to different environments such as DEV,QA, Prod leverage Azure DevOps.

Azure data Factory –Passing Parameters

Passing Parameters between pipeline and activities and also between activities.

Securing Smart Devices

Securing Smart Devices is a Greenberg Strategy white paper, sponsored by Microsoft. This study provides insightful snapshots of a rapidly shifting market and the results are clear: consumers expect device manufacturers to take security seriously. Only manufacturers have the power to holistically secure devices from product inception through end-of-life. While adopting an end-to-end security approach for smart products will require investment, the potential to gain market share, add new revenue, and protect customers is well worth the effort.

Creating Intelligent Spaces

The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly transforming the world, delivering connectivity and new experiences in our daily lives. As the benefits of IoT become more apparent, forward thinking leaders are turning their attention to the spaces we inhabit. In offices, hospitals, schools, factories, and retail spaces around the world, building owners and their tenants are looking to increase energy efficiency, optimize space utilization, and improve productivity through IoT initiatives. And as smart buildings and spaces become more ubiquitous and interconnected, they pave the way for entire communities and smart cities built on a foundation of IoT-enabled insights.

Securing IoT devices

This paper focuses on five common IoT security risks across your IoT ecosystem and offers tactical guidance for addressing them.

Transparency Note: Azure Cognitive Services Face API

Facial recognition is an important and useful technology that can improve efficiency, security, and customer experiences. Face API is a building block for creating a facial recognition system. A facial recognition system includes the technology as well as the people who will use it, the people who will be subject to it, and the environment in which it is deployed. Creating a system that is fit for purpose requires an understanding of how the technology works, its capabilities and limitations, and how to achieve the most accurate results. This Transparency Note is intended to help you understand how Face API works, the choices you can make as a system owner that influence accuracy, and the importance of thinking about the whole system, including the technology, the people, and the environment.

Achieving more with connected products

One of the most promising IoT scenarios continues to be connected products—devices and equipment embedded with sensors, software and connectivity that exchange data with other products, operators, or environments. This paper shares the six best practices to build for success.

Turn data into insights

In this whitepaper, we’ll outline five key factors that helped our customers achieve success. We’ll also share best practices and tips from customers and partners to help guide you as you embark on your IoT journey.  

Cloud-Nimble: Step 1 for Upstream Oil and Gas Business

The extreme pressures that the upstream oil and gas industry has experienced in recent years has driven companies to seek nimbleness in their enterprises. Price volatility, exponential data growth, and major shifts in the composition of the workforce are driving companies to be lean, efficient, responsive and proactive in the marketplace. The 4th Industrial Revolution1 is also creating digital disruptions that include artificial intelligence, robotics, the Internet of Things, and virtual/augmented reality is ushering in technology and data opportunities at an unprecedented pace. 

Resilience in Azure whitepaper

Azure is a rapidly growing cloud computing platform that provides an ever-expanding suite of cloud services. These include analytics, computing, database, mobile, networking, storage, and web services. Azure integrates tools, templates, and managed services that work together to help make it easier to build and manage enterprise, mobile, web, and Internet of Things (IoT) apps faster, using the tools, applications, and frameworks that customers choose. Azure is built on trust. The Azure approach to trust is based on the five foundational principles - Security, Compliance, Privacy, Resilience and Intellectual Property (IP) protection. A well-designed Azure application should focus on the five pillars of software quality.