Azure Resource Manager Templates provide simple and unified way to create and manage your Azure environments for both developers and administrators. With simple JSON files you can deploy your environment in consistent fashion and at great speed.
Applications running in the cloud have many distributed components. By centralizing application settings and feature flags you can reduce operational costs and complexity of your solutions. Azure App Configuration service delivers all that in simple and clean manner.
Creating logging and performance tracking solution for your applications can be challenging, especially in multi-service cloud environment. In this video I will show you why Azure Application Insights is the right tool for the job.
Do you need simple but scalable NoSQL database in a cloud? Look no further, with Azure Table Storage you can create applications extremely easy while maintaining all the best features of Storage Accounts like geo-replication, security, scalability, high availability and low price. Join me for quick introduction video.
Azure Queue Storage is simple yet powerful service for storing large number of messages. It is one of core services for implementing scenarios like load-leveling, fan-out, fan-in and those relying on retry capabilities.
With Azure Data Factory Self-hosted integration runtime, you can now integrate your on-premise, virtual private network data sources as well as those which require your own drivers.
Azure Load balancing allows for distribution of load or incoming network traffic across a group of backend resources or servers. It operates at layer 4 of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. It is the single point of contact for clients.