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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.

    Azure Cosmos DB: autoscale, session state, monitoring, and more

    Azure Cosmos DB: autoscale, session state, monitoring, and more

    Kirill Gavrylyuk, Matias Quaranta, Deborah Chen, and Estefani Arroyo join Scott Hanselman to provide another set of updates for Azure Cosmos DB. Learn about: using Azure Cosmos DB as a Session State Provider for ASP.NET Core; the latest updates for Azure Cosmos DB free tier; how to optimize cost and performance by scaling the throughput (RU/s) of your database or container automatically and instantly; and the great new monitoring and diagnostic features that make it even easier to monitor and debug your Azure Cosmos DB resources using insights, workbooks and logs. [0:00:00]– Introduction with Kirill Gavrylyuk[0:01:56]– Session state provider with Matias Quaranta[0:10:32]– Free tier with Deborah Chen[0:12:57]– Autoscale with Deborah Chen[0:25:18]– Monitoring and Diagnostics with Estefani Arroyo[0:33:21]– Wrap-up Microsoft Caching Extension using Azure Cosmos DB (GitHub)Azure Cosmos DB free tierCreate Azure Cosmos containers and databases with autoscale throughputProvision autoscale throughput on database or container in Azure Cosmos DB - SQL APIHow to choose between standard (manual) and autoscale provisioned throughputMonitor Azure Cosmos DB data by using diagnostic settings in AzureMonitor and debug with insights in Azure Cosmos DBWork with NoSQL data in Azure Cosmos DB learning pathCreate a free account (Azure)

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    Enable government missions in the cloud with Azure Government

    Enable government missions in the cloud with Azure Government

    Steve Michelotti joins Scott Hanselman to show what's new in Azure Government, which provides a physically separate and network-isolated instance of Azure for U.S. federal, state, and local governments in multiple regions in the United States. Learn how Azure Government is both the same and different from Azure public cloud. [0:00:00]– Introduction[0:00:38]– What is Azure Government?[0:05:19]– Azure Government in the Azure portal[0:12:27]– Azure Government in a terminal or shell[0:17:21]– Azure Government in developer tools[0:22:35]– Wrap-up Azure for government overviewAzure for U.S. governmentAzure Government docsOptimize government operations with Azure learning pathCreate a free account (Azure)

    • 23 min
    Get a secure baseline architecture for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

    Get a secure baseline architecture for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

    Derek Martin joins Scott Hanselman to discuss the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Secure Baseline reference implementation from the Azure Architecture Center. Learn what it is, how it works, and how you can use it to start your production deployment in a secure and compliant manner. You'll also learn about the available additions for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS 3.2.1) compliance and multi-region cluster support. [0:00:00]– Introduction[0:00:36]– Overview [0:02:41]– Getting to a production-ready, secure baseline[0:06:47]– Making it your own[0:10:12]– Multiregion clusters[0:12:38]– PCI-DSS compliance[0:15:23]– Wrap-up Azure Architecture CenterBaseline architecture for an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) clusterAKS baseline for multiregion clustersIntroduction of an AKS regulated cluster for PCI-DSS 3.2.1Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Baseline Cluster (GitHub)Create a free account (Azure)

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    Eliminate data silos with NFS 3.0 support for Azure Blob Storage

    Eliminate data silos with NFS 3.0 support for Azure Blob Storage

    Yuan Zheng joins Scott Hanselman to discuss and demonstrate Blob storage support for the NFS 3.0 protocol, which enables you to run your applications on a single storage platform. With no application rewrites necessary you will also help eliminate data silos. [0:00:00]– Introduction[0:02:00]– Overview of NFS v3 support for Azure Blob Storage[0:04:42]– Demo: Enabling NFSv3 in your Storage account[0:05:49]– Demo: Secure access using virtual networks[0:07:20]– Demo: Blob storage compatibility with VMs using NFS v3[0:09:12]– Demo: Writing to Blob storage from within a VM[0:12:45]– Wrap-up Modernize large-scale NFS workloads and eliminate data silos with Azure Blob StorageNetwork File System (NFS) 3.0 protocol support in Azure Blob StorageAzure Blob Storage overviewConfigure blob storage – Microsoft Learn moduleCreate a free account (Azure)

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    Quantum-inspired algorithms and the Azure Quantum optimization service

    Quantum-inspired algorithms and the Azure Quantum optimization service

    Delbert Murphy joins Scott Hanselman to show how quantum-inspired algorithms mimic quantum physics to solve difficult optimization problems. Quantum-Inspired Optimization (QIO) takes state-of-the-art algorithmic techniques from quantum physics and makes these capabilities available in Azure on conventional hardware, and callable from a Python client. You can use QIO to solve problems with hundreds of thousands of variables, combined into millions of terms, in a few minutes, with this easy-to-consume Azure service. [0:00:00]– Introduction [0:00:40]– What problems can you solve with quantum-inspired optimization?[0:05:35]– A concrete example: Secret Santa[0:08:52]– Demo, Part I: Solving Secret Santa with QIO[0:17:58]– Demo, Part II: Running the code[0:21:12]– Quantum-inspired algorithms[0:24:33]– Wrap-up Solve optimization problems by using quantum-inspired optimizationWhat are quantum-inspired algorithms?Ising formulations of many NP problems (Cornell University)A Tutorial on Formulating and Using QUBO Models (Cornell University)Sample code: delbert/secret-santa (GitHub)Azure Quantum optimization service samples (GitHub)Create a free account (Azure)

    • 25 min
    Accelerate time to insights with Azure Synapse Link for Dataverse

    Accelerate time to insights with Azure Synapse Link for Dataverse

    Josh Caplan, Sabin Nair, and Priyanka Langade join Scott Hanselman to show how you can use native Azure Synapse Analytical runtimes to analyze Dataverse data and get actionable insights. Dataverse structures a variety of data and business logic to support interconnected applications and processes in a secure and compliant manner. Azure Synapse Link for Dataverse is the fastest path to success for you to slice and dice large volumes of Dataverse data and run AI and ML on it. [0:00:00]– Intro[0:00:51]– Josh Caplan: Overview[0:03:20]– Sabin Nair: Dataverse and the Power Apps Portal[0:08:32]– Priyanka Langade: Azure Synapse Link for Dataverse[0:12:51]– Josh Caplan: Wrap-up Accelerate time to insight with Azure Synapse Link for DataverseWhat is Azure Synapse Link for Dataverse?Link a Microsoft Dataverse environment to Azure Synapse Analytics workspace and bring Dynamics 365 data to AzureCreate an Azure Synapse Link for Dataverse with your Azure Synapse Workspace (Preview)Microsoft Azure Synapse Link for Dataverse integration (YouTube)Create a free account (Azure)

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