Vídeos do Azure
Git is the most popular version control system in use. It's become the industry standard. In this video, we introduce you to Git. Learn about the standard Git workflows in Visual Studio and Visual Studio Team Services.
Presented by: Edward Thomson
Azure Functions is not only open source—it's also open to change. Azure Functions now provides preview options for hosting natively on Linux as the base platform. It does this by leveraging containers—another stepping stone toward enriching and expanding the Azure Functions hosting experience. The easy onboarding and management experience now available with Azure Functions also applies to Linux-based offers.
Presented by: Daria Grigoriu
Azure Database for PostgreSQL and Azure Database for MySQL bring together community edition database engines and capabilities of a fully managed service—so you can focus on your apps instead of managing a database. See how the service helps you quickly respond to changing customer needs by scaling up and down. And see how capabilities like high availability and replication help you meet and exceed customer expectations.
Presented by: Sean Li
Pull requests are the natural way to integrate code changes into your Git repository. This video introduces code reviews, branch policies, and forks with pull requests in Visual Studio Team Services.
Presented by: Edward Thomson
Azure Time Series Insights is a one-of-a-kind platform. It not only provides scalable storage for time series data and a visual analytics experience but also exposes powerful REST Query APIs. Many organizations, such as Steelcase, use these APIs to build custom solutions. In this session, you’ll learn how to leverage REST Query APIs to build your own custom applications.
Presented by: OP Ravi
In this presentation, you’ll see how to easily connect Azure Databricks with SQL Data Warehouse to run high-performance data pipelines for access to powerful analytics models. Incorporate machine learning algorithms and put the results back into SQL Data Warehouse to drive PowerBI dashboards.
Presented by: Lakshmi Narayanan Ramachandran
Visual Studio Team Services is not a cloud-only solution. You can use Visual Studio Team Services to build in the cloud and deploy on-premises with deployment groups. If more control is required, host your on-premises build agents and build on-premises. Join us and see the possibilities!
Presented by: Steven Murawski
Data scientists and data wranglers often have existing code that they want to use at scale over large data sets. In this presentation, we show how you can take your existing Python, R, and Java code and libraries—and formats like Parquet—and apply them at scale to schematize unstructured data and process large amounts of data in Azure Data Lake with U-SQL.
Presented by: Saveen Reddy
In this session, you learn how to quickly build a Node.js app that runs anywhere, and how to automate your application CI/CD pipeline into an Azure App Service (Linux) by using Visual Studio Team Services.
Presented by: Jessica Deen
Publishing from Visual Studio is the easiest way to try an application in a remote environment. In this video, we introduce improvements to Visual Studio 2017 publishing capabilities, which are available in the 15.5 update.
Presented by: Andrew Hall
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