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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.

    • video
    Troubleshoot AKS cluster issues with AKS Diagnostics and AKS Periscope

    Troubleshoot AKS cluster issues with AKS Diagnostics and AKS Periscope

    Yun Jung Choi shows Scott Hanselman how to use AKS Diagnostics and AKS Periscope to troubleshoot issues on your AKS cluster. Use AKS Diagnostics to identify problems and get actionable recommendations on how to resolve AKS cluster issues. Run AKS Periscope in VS Code to easily collect and export node and pod level logs on your AKS cluster. [0:00:00]– Introduction[0:00:48]– AKS Diagnostics and demo[0:09:00]– AKS Periscope and demo[0:13:00]– Discussion and wrap-up Azure Kubernetes Service Diagnostics (preview) overviewAzure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Extension for Visual Studio Code (Preview)Azure Kubernetes ServiceIntroduction to Azure Kubernetes ServiceCreate a free account (Azure)

    • 14 min
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    Autoscale applications on Kubernetes with Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA)

    Autoscale applications on Kubernetes with Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA)

    Do you want to scale your workloads on Kubernetes without having to worry about the details? Do you want to run Azure Functions anywhere and easily scale it yourself? Tom Kerkhove shows Scott Hanselman how Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA) makes application autoscaling dead simple. [0:00:00]– Introduction[0:01:10]– Presentation[0:07:57]– Demo[0:17:45]– Discussion and wrap-up Kubernetes Event-driven AutoscalingKEDA on GitHubAzure Functions on Kubernetes with KEDAAzure Friday - Azure Serverless on Kubernetes with KEDACreate a free account (Azure)

    • 21 min
    • video
    Make the most of your Azure portal experience

    Make the most of your Azure portal experience

    The Azure portal is the single pane of glass where you can create, monitor, manage and operate hundreds of Azure services. In this episode, Leon Welicki shows Scott Hanselman some of the core interactions in the portal that enable you to create, find, and manage instances of any resource type. Learn a few tips and apply them across Azure. [0:00:00]– Introduction[0:01:37]– Azure homepage[0:03:45]– Finding and charting your resources[0:12:45]– Azure Resource Graph Explorer[0:17:08]– Creating resources[0:23:13]– Managing resources[0:26:50]– Azure mobile app connection + wrap-up Azure portalAzure portal (Preview)Azure Portal "How To" SeriesLearn how to manage services with the Azure portalCreate a free account (Azure)

    • 30 min
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    Managing Azure from your phone with the Azure mobile app

    Managing Azure from your phone with the Azure mobile app

    Ilse Terrazas Ortega joins Scott Hanselman to show you how to take advantage of the Azure mobile app to monitor and manage your Azure environment. From Azure alerts to Cloud Shell, this powerful tool will help you take control of your environment right from the convenience of your phone. [0:00:00]– Introduction[0:01:55]– Four tenets of the Azure mobile app[0:02:45]– Demo: Azure mobile app[0:07:30]– Setting up Azure alerts in the Azure portal[0:09:42]– Discussion and wrap-up Azure mobile appAzure mobile app (iOS)Azure mobile app (Android)Choose the best tools for managing and configuring your Azure environmentCreate a free account (Azure)

    • 12 min
    • video
    Building modern hybrid applications with Azure Arc and Azure Stack

    Building modern hybrid applications with Azure Arc and Azure Stack

    Thomas Maurer joins Scott Hanselman to show how developers can be more collaborative in developing, deploying, and managing applications across multiple environments and clouds. Build and deploy a truly consistent app experience everywhere in your hybrid cloud using your existing DevOps pipelines, Kubernetes manifests, and Helm Charts – as well as your choice of tools. Azure Arc is integrated with GitHub, Azure Monitor, Security Center, Update and more. [0:00:00]– Introduction[0:02:20]– Presentation + Azure Architecture Center[0:05:13]– Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes cluster demo[0:11:37]– Azure Arc enabled data services demo[0:13:53]– Azure Stack portfolio[0:16:06]– Wrap-up Azure Architecture - Hybrid categoryAzure Arc overviewHybrid and multicloud solutionsManage hybrid infrastructure with Azure Arc learning pathCreate a free account (Azure)

    • 17 min
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    How to get better outbound connectivity using Azure NAT Gateway

    How to get better outbound connectivity using Azure NAT Gateway

    When your private virtual networks in Azure need to talk to the Internet, a network translation is needed for your applications to talk to endpoints on the Internet. Christian Kuhtz joins Scott Hanselman to show how it works and why Azure NAT Gateway is the best and most scalable way to do Source Network Address Translation (SNAT). [0:00:00]– Introduction[0:02:18]– Presentation[0:06:58]– Demo[0:12:59]– Discussion[0:21:02]– Wrap-up What is Virtual Network NAT?Designing virtual networks with NAT gateway resourcesVirtual Network pricing (NAT Gateway)Troubleshoot Azure Virtual Network NAT connectivityAzure Virtual Network NAT metricsCreate a free account (Azure)

    • 23 min

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