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Join Scott Hanselman every Friday as he sits down with a friend to learn how to use Azure to solve problems. No editing, no marketing, just solutions.Bu seriden daha fazlasını görüntüleyin
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DocumentDB collections are logical resources that can span multiple partitions to provide practically limitless scale. In this episode of Azure Friday, Shireesh Thota talks with Scott Hanselman about scaling DocumentDB with a partitioning collection and how best to choose your partition keys to optimize for read and write workloads. Partition management is fully managed by Azure DocumentDB and it is completely transparent to your application, so you do not have to write complex code or manage your partitions.
Kevin Lam joins Scott Hanselman to show him the powerful management and tooling capabilities that help you develop and debug logic apps using the Azure Portal, and also from within Visual Studio using a Logic App ARM template.
In this episode of Azure Friday, Vishal Sood gives Scott Hanselman a quick tour of Microsoft Stream, which is built on Microsoft Azure and enables you to upload & share videos across your organization.
Jon Fancey joins Scott to talk about Azure Logic Apps, iPaaS, and enterprise integration. With the new XML and B2B processing features in Logic Apps, Jon shows how you can quickly create cloud-scale processes for exchanging data securely with trading partners as well as validating and transforming XML data using an Integration Account.
Kirill Gavrylyuk stops by Azure Friday to talk with Scott about the latest updates to Azure DocumentDB, including a free local development with emulator, DocumentDB .NET Core Preview SDK, and other improvements.
Since opening our first datacenter in 1989, Microsoft has invested more than $15 billion on infrastructure, offering cloud options that meet country and government specific requirements. This includes our continued commitment to delivering the most trusted cloud for government in the U.S. with hardened datacenters, geo-replication over 500 miles apart, and 24x7 monitoring by US screened persons, that integrates with your existing IT environment through the largest network of secure private connections, hybrid database and storage solutions, and data residency.