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Join Scott Hanselman every Friday as he engages one-on-one with the engineers who build the services that power Microsoft Azure as they demo capabilities, answer Scott's questions, and share their insights. Follow us at: friday.azure.com.

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Join Scott Hanselman every Friday as he engages one-on-one with the engineers who build the services that power Microsoft Azure as they demo capabilities, answer Scott's questions, and share their insights. Follow us at: friday.azure.com.

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    How to use Jupyter Notebooks in Azure Data Studio

    How to use Jupyter Notebooks in Azure Data Studio

    Vicky Harp joins Scott Hanselman to show how Azure Data Studio combined the simple and robust SQL query editing experience of tools like SSMS with the flexibility and collaboration of Jupyter Notebooks. The November 2019 release of Azure Data Studio included SQL Server 2019 Guide as a Jupyter Book, which provides a richer troubleshooting experience. [0:04:00] - Demo Announcing Jupyter Book support blog postDownload and install Azure Data Studiomicrosoft/azuredatastudio GitHub repoLatest news on the SQL Server BlogCreate a free account (Azure)

    • 14 min
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    How to use HTTP overrides on Azure CDN from Microsoft

    How to use HTTP overrides on Azure CDN from Microsoft

    Sohamn Chatterjee joins Scott Hanselman to show how to customize HTTP requests including header override, URL redirects/rewrites, and change caching policies using the rules engine for Azure CDN from Microsoft. You can add combinations of match conditions and actions per rule to do complex HTTP overrides at the CDN edge network, which improves overall performance and reduces costs at the origin. [0:03:53] - Demo Standard rules engine reference for Azure CDNMatch conditions in the Standard rules engine for Azure CDNAzure Content Delivery Network (CDN)Azure CDN pricingCreate a free account (Azure)

    • 11 min
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    How to manage platform updates with Maintenance Control in Azure

    How to manage platform updates with Maintenance Control in Azure

    Shantanu Srivastava joins Scott Hanselman to show how you can manage platform updates, that don't require a reboot, using Maintenance Control. Azure frequently updates its infrastructure to improve reliability, performance, security or launch new features. Most updates are transparent to users. Some sensitive workloads, like gaming, media streaming, and financial transactions, can't tolerate even few seconds of a VM freezing or disconnecting for maintenance. Maintenance Control gives you the option to wait on platform updates and apply them within a 35-day rolling window. [0:07:21] - Demo Introducing maintenance control for platform updatesPreview: Control updates with Maintenance Control and the Azure CLIPreview: Control updates with Maintenance Control and Azure PowerShellCreate a free account (Azure)

    • 14 min
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    How to connect and deliver services privately on Azure with Azure Private Link

    How to connect and deliver services privately on Azure with Azure Private Link

    Narayan Anamalai joins Donovan Brown to introduce Azure Private Link. In this episode, Narayan demonstrates how you can secure Azure PaaS resources and your Azure network using Private Link, and provide protection against data exfiltration. [0:08:45] - Demo Azure Private Link overviewAzure Private Link documentationWhat is Azure Private Endpoint?Create a free account (Azure)

    • 15 min
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    Intro to Rudr: A Kubernetes Implementation of the Open Application Model

    Intro to Rudr: A Kubernetes Implementation of the Open Application Model

    Curious to see the Open Application Model (OAM) in action? Look no further than Rudr - the Kubernetes reference implementation of OAM. In this episode, Mackenzie Olson and Sudhanva Huruli join Donovan Brown to demo how Rudr provides clear separation of concerns for DevOps practices for application developers, application operators, and infrastructure operators. With Rudr, we describe our distributed application, and then run two instances on AKS and GKE respectively. [0:01:25] - Demo Rudr - A Kubernetes Implementation of the Open Application ModelService Tracker app (OAM samples repo)Open Application Model siteThe Open Application Model specificationOpen Application Model Gitter (oam-dev)Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)Learn all about Open Application Model (OAM)Create a free account (Azure)

    • 10 min
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    Learn all about Open Application Model (OAM)

    Learn all about Open Application Model (OAM)

    Mackenzie Olson and Sudhanva Huruli join Donovan Brown to cover the core concepts of the Open Application Model (OAM). OAM is a platform-agnostic open source specification that defines cloud native applications built and maintained by some of the largest teams at Microsoft and Alibaba Cloud. OAM is designed to facilitate how distributed applications can be composed and then successfully handed off to those responsible for operating them. Open Application Model siteThe Open Application Model specificationOpen Application Model Gitter (oam-dev)Intro to Rudr: A Kubernetes Implementation of the Open Application ModelCreate a free account (Azure)

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