Did you know that tech companies spend 29 billion dollars each year on troll licensing and litigation of issues over patent trolls? 29 billion! The average settlement amount is about a million dollars – money spent that’s killing innovation!
So, still not in the cloud and the thought of doing so feels like you’re taking a huge jump into unknown waters? We’re seeing more enterprises starting to dip their toe in the water with Microsoft Azure. Microsoft has shown their commitment to where they’re going with their cloud infrastructure and the growth has been tremendous.
I get it, you want to get started with Azure and there’s so much to know and learn that it can be overwhelming. In this short edition of Azure Every Day, I’d like to tell you about finding samples, tutorials and examples that are available for Azure.
You know the talk out there, everyone is moving to the cloud and people are looking at Azure to get there. But many have concerns with going to the cloud or the unknown things around Azure. That’s why we created this blog series. Today, I want to tell you why I think it’s critical to help your development teams leverage Azure, which will help you as an organization.
There are many things to think about when securing an environment, and this is an especially hot topic with the cloud. Many ask, how do we secure the cloud and make sure we think about data and network security?
There are many advantages to using Microsoft Azure. One big reason people look at Azure is for the advantage of having the ability to separate storage from compute. This separation of storage and compute allows for cost reduction, since if you don’t need to use a service, why should you have to have it turned on?
Are you new to Azure and not know what Azure Data Factory is? Azure Data Factory is Microsoft’s cloud version of an ETL or ELT tool that helps you get your data from one place to another and to transform it. Today, I’d like to tell you about the high-level components within Azure Data Factory. These components pull together a data factory that helps your data flow from its source and have an ultimate end-product for consumption.
Whether you’re thinking about making the move to Microsoft Azure, or if you’re just starting out, there’s a lot to learn. I’d like to tell you the best way to start learning Azure. And, no, it’s not by reading a book or watching a YouTube video.
In this Azure Every Day installment, I’d like to talk about your organization’s subscription hierarchy. When working with Azure, it can get confusing with talk of tenants, subscriptions and user accounts. There are some key components to understanding the organizational hierarchy of using Azure or other Microsoft cloud services.