The Developing Microsoft SQL Server Databases (70-464) certification exam is one of the elective exams that counts towards the MCSE: Data Management and Analytics certifications. This exam centers around objectives that cover the areas of developing Microsoft SQL Server databases. Certification Target Audience The focus of the 70-464 Developing Microsoft SQL Server Database certification exam is centered around…Read more 70-464 Developing Microsoft SQL Server Databases Certification Exam
Are you having difficulty keeping up to date on all the frequent changes and updates in the Microsoft Azure space? Then the Build Azure Weekly has the solution you’re looking for. Build Azure Weekly is a weekly blog post that includes all the latest Microsoft Azure Service Updates from the week in addition to links…Read more Azure Weekly: Mar 13, 2017
So far the servers within Microsoft Azure data centers have been running Intel processors (CPUs). For a long time I've wondered if the power efficiency of ARM CPUs could make them more cost effective than Intel x64 CPUs that are more powerful. It's possible through the use of parallel computing that distributing load across many…Read more Windows Server running on ARM CPUs, Azure is Next!
Alongside the Visual Studio 2017 launch event, Microsoft and Opsgility have announced a partnerships offering all members of the Microsoft Dev Essentials program free access to Opsgility on-demand, video training service. This benefits brings a 3-month subscription to that grants access to the Opsgility industry leading Microsoft Azure cloud training courses. Opsgility is the global leader…Read more Microsoft partners with Opsgility to level up your Azure skills
A special thanks goes to Opsgility for sponsoring Build Azure for the month of March 2017!! Opsgility is the global leader in Microsoft Azure cloud technology training for Developers, IT Professionals, and Architects. They are built around an esteemed network of industry experts and technical authors that includes Microsoft MVPs and Microsoft Insiders from all around the…Read more March 2017 Sponsor: Opsgility
There are a few choices when it comes to implementing custom background processing tasks. The main options in the Microsoft Azure cloud are to use either Azure Functions or Azure Web Jobs. Functions are newer, cooler, and may seem to be the obvious choice going forward, however, the choice isn't really that easy. This article…Read more Azure Functions vs Web Jobs: How to choose?
In the past the only option for writing code and building software using Visual Studio was to install it on your local machine. With technologies like Windows Hyper-V and VMWare things became less invasive by allowing you to develop software inside of a Virtual Machine (VM). With the cloud, things have become even easier. You…Read more Visual Studio 2017 Development using a VM in Azure