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Microsoft Azure News - 2018 December

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Monthly news roundup as delivered to the Brisbane Azure User Group by Damien Berry

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Microsoft Azure News - 2018 December

  1. 1. @BrisbaneAzureUG meetup.com/Brisbane-Azure-User-Group
  2. 2. Microsoft Azure News December 2018
  3. 3. sponsorship
  4. 4. Upcoming Presentations Month Presenter(s) Topic January 2018 Adam Stephenson Make your life easier - Build a dev-bot ! February 2018 David O'Brien (MVP) Containers on Windows Nanoserver March 2018 Microsoft Brisbane CSAs Assorted Topics April 2018 Dan Dekel Azure Deployment Slots and How to Use Them May 2018 Glenn Stephens Improving your Apps decisions w/Azure Cognitive Services June 2018 JiaJi Chen Azure Bot Services July 2018 Andrew Cartwright Welcome to Azure Service Fabric, Be Our Guest August 2018 Dan Toomey A 360 View of Serverless (and Serverful!) Integration September 2018 Shahid Iqbal (MVP) Kubernetes, Azure and .NET - What's it all about? October 2018 Todd Whitehead Training & Deploying Custom AI to the Edge November 2018 Arun Kumar Getting started with Azure MXCHIP IOT DevKit December 2018 Various UNCONVENTION 2018.1 Got Topic? Send message on Meetup or email baug@outlook.com.au
  5. 5. Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 – (Preview) https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/azure-data-lake-storage-gen2-preview-more-features-more-performance-better- availability/ Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 takes core capabilities from Azure Data Lake Storage Gen1 such as a Hadoop compatible file system, Azure Active Directory and POSIX based ACLs and integrates them into Azure Blob Storage. • Azure Storage Explorer support to view and manage data, and access control management • Support for connecting external tables in SQL Data Warehouse • Power BI and SQL Data Warehouse supporting the Common Data Model for entities stored in ADLS Gen2 • Storage Firewall and Virtual Network rules integration for all analytics services • Encryption of data at rest as encryption in transit via TLS 1.2 • Ability to mount an ADLS Gen2 filesystem into the Databricks File System (DBFS)
  6. 6. VNet for Azure SQL Data Warehouse(GA) • VNet Service Endpoints enable you to isolate connectivity to your logical server from a given subnet or set of subnets within your virtual network. The traffic to Azure SQL Data Warehouse from your VNet will always stay within the Azure backbone network. https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/general-availability-of-vnet-service-endpoints-for-azure-sql-data-warehouse/
  7. 7. Cosmos DB now supports CORS - (GA) • For the Azure Cosmos DB core SQL API now works in both Node.js and browser environments. This library can now take advantage of CORS support. There is no client-side configuration needed to use this feature. Now that the browser can talk directly to Cosmos DB, you can get even higher performance for web scenarios by avoiding the extra hop through a web app. • Points for best inline comment https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/azure-cosmos-now-supports-cross-origin-resource-sharing-cors/ /* Permission token or read only key. Avoid master Key */
  8. 8. Cosmos DB .NET SDK Version 3.0 - (Preview) • Targets .NET Standard 2.0 • This means you can now use the .NET SDK in both .NET Framework 4.6.1+ and .NET Core 2.0+. • New Fluent API Surface • The new programming model removes the need for UriFactory and other “noise” from the application code. • Easier to test - all types made mockable. • Removed reliance on dynamic https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/azure-cosmos-developer-experience-updates-december-2018/
  9. 9. Azure Pipelines – (Announcements) https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/new-azure-pipelines-announcements-vs-code-extension-github-releases-and-more/ • Azure Pipelines extension for Visual Studio Code • GitHub Releases • Azure DevOps Projects – Azure IoT support • ServiceNow integration with Azure Pipelines
  10. 10. Stream Analytics on IoT Edge - (GA) Why run stream analytics on the Edge? • Low-latency command and control For example, manufacturing safety systems • Limited connectivity to the cloud such as remote mining equipment • Limited bandwidth volume of data produced • Data privacy Regulatory compliance https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/azure-stream-analytics-on-iot-edge-now-generally-available/
  11. 11. API Management for serverless - (preview) • New Consumption tier when creating a API Management instance. • This Consumption tier is designed and implemented around serverless principles https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/announcing-azure-api-management-for-serverless-architectures/
  12. 12. Serverless AKS – (Preview) https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/bringing-serverless-to-azure-kubernetes-service/ • AKS virtual nodes is built by Microsoft on the open-source Virtual Kubelet (VK) project. • With AKS virtual nodes, you can respond to a spike in demand in seconds by allocating precisely the number of additional containers that you need, rather than waiting for additional VM-based nodes to spin up.
  13. 13. Premium Block Blob Storage – (Preview) https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/premium-block-blob-storage-a-new-level-of-performance/ • In the demo, the average latency for Standard is 61.4ms compared to Premium at 5.3ms, which is more than an order of magnitude better. • It is equally important to consistently provide low latency, which we measure by looking at the 99th percentile. In the demo, the 99th percentile for the standard is 287.3ms compared to 6.9ms for Premium, which is a whopping 40 times better.
  14. 14. Dedicated HSM - (GA) • This service is the ideal solution for customers requiring FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated devices with complete and exclusive control of the HSM appliance. https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/announcing-the-general-availability-of-azure-event-hubs-for-apache-kafka/
  15. 15. Brisbane Tech Christmas Drinks https://www.meetup.com/BrisRuby/events/256553776 by Brisbane Ruby and Rails 5:00pm – 8:00pm Grand Central Hotel – Platform Bar Thursday, 13th December 2018
  16. 16. Next Meetup… https://www.meetup.com/Brisbane-Azure-User-Group/events/qdxxblyxpbsb/ Heinrich Braasch Low-and-slow Weber control from anywhere in the world using Azure IOT Wednesday, 9th January 2019
  17. 17. Azure Australia Slack Team! http://bit.ly/az-aus-slack
  18. 18. BAUG You-Tube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXXg1EGqKoX4Gg9g9_KSgtw/videos PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!
  19. 19. BAUG You-Tube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXXg1EGqKoX4Gg9g9_KSgtw/videos PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!
  20. 20. On Demand Training - Updates mva.microsoft.com •Dev/Test in the Cloud •Getting Started with the Internet of Things (IoT) www.pluralsight.com •Designing a Hybrid Cloud in Azure •Docker for Web Developers •Azure AD for Developers www.opsgility.com •Azure For AWS Experts •Deploying Hybrid Identitity Solutions Using Azure AD •Monitoring Apps with Application Insights
  21. 21. BAUG Unconvention 2018 Presenter Topic Glenn Stephens Microsoft Learn Peter Fitzsimon Learning Machine Learning with Azure Notebooks Dan Toomey Teaching messaging patterns to your grandmother Kevin Leng Migration to Azure using Dynatrace auto discovery and monitoring