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Working with Azure Managed Instance for Cassandra

Use open-source tools to build big data systems that bridge on premises and cloud.

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Will Google Cloud ever win over enterprises?

The No. 3 cloud vendor continues its attempts to attract more enterprise customers and grow market share amid stiff competition from AWS and Azure. Can Google do it? Maybe not.

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Understanding Azure Virtual Networks

Azure’s built-in software-defined network tools are key to delivering cloud-native applications securely.

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Open source is selfish

Companies don't support open source for purely altruistic reasons. They expect a return on their investment.

What you don’t know about working with AWS

You’ll get further by understanding what a company values and what makes its employees tick.

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How to run Azure services on your own servers

Microsoft’s Azure Arc now supports Azure App Services.

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How to work with Azure Queue Storage in C#

Take advantage of Azure Storage queues to store large numbers of messages for asynchronous or even distributed processing.

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Debugging concurrent code with Coyote

Microsoft’s new .NET distributed systems testing framework helps track down hard-to-reproduce errors in cloud code.

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How to use R with BigQuery

See how to use R to query data in Google BigQuery with the bigrquery and dplyr R packages.

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Simplify machine learning with Azure Applied AI Services

Microsoft is wrapping its Cognitive Services machine learning platform as business-focused services.

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What is Azure Confidential Ledger?

Work with confidential data in a cryptographically secure space, using Intel’s SGX instruction set to enhance the isolation between tenants.

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The great cloud computing surge

Driven in part by the pandemic, cloud computing adoption has reached new heights. These five articles take a close look at the implications.

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Catching up on Build 2021: AI and Arm

Build 2021 packed a lot into 48 hours; here are some of the announcements you may have missed.

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New tools for Azure Data at Build 2021

From immutable ledgers in SQL Azure to in-memory cache in Cosmos DB, Microsoft is adding more features to its Azure data platform.

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Machine teaching with Microsoft’s Project Bonsai

Microsoft’s simulation-based machine teaching environment provides a way to build AI control systems.

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Build real-time communication applications with Azure Web PubSub

Azure’s latest service uses WebSockets to deliver a publish-and-subscribe messaging hub.

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Microsoft previews Azure service for building WebSocket applications

Azure Web PubSub allows developers to use WebSockets and a publish-subscribe pattern to build real-time web applications such as live monitoring dashboards, live maps, and live chat.

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Using Pulumi 3.0 to manage Azure infrastructure

Pulumi’s infrastructure-as-code platform gets a major upgrade, with Azure at the core.

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Running microservices on Google Cloud Platform

From roll-your-own Kubernetes and PaaS to serverless containers and serverless functions, Google provides many options for building microservices applications in the cloud. Here’s a guide.

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Microsoft returns to Java with Azure-focused OpenJDK release

It’s been a long time since Microsoft brewed its own Java. But now it’s back, with the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK, fit and finished for running in the Azure cloud.

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