Many companies have modernized their backend systems and digitized their data, but systems which interface with the user are the slowest and most difficult to modernize because of third-party integrations, processes, etc. and most importantly the inherent opposition of humans to change. Paper forms with handwritten data fall in this category where it might be… Continue reading Azure Form Recognizer: Ingest Paper Forms into Digital Pipeline

How to decide the right Azure SQL service? When we decide to migrate an existing on-premises Microsoft SQL Server to Azure SQL services, there are three options, whichever option we choose, there is a definite cost savings that we can realize, and it can be up to 64%. The report “ The Economic Value of Migrating… Continue reading Migrating on-premises SQL Server to Azure

What is Microsoft Dynamics 365? Microsoft Dynamics 365 is an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and CRM (Customer Relationship Management) system from Microsoft. D365 is a SAAS application and is accessed by using web browsers. Like any other ERP system, D365 also manages and automates business processes – finance, operations, retail, manufacturing, supply chain management, project management, and… Continue reading Testing Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations

Time to design a product!! Monolithic vs Microservices? Monolithic vs microservices architecture battle has been going for a while; the scalability, robustness and efficiency of the product is determined by the architecture leveraged. Monolithic architecture basically represents a single unified unit and is usually one code base whereas microservices are small, autonomous, and self-contained services,… Continue reading Event-driven Architecture – Microservices

What is Performance Engineering? Performance Engineering is end-to-end optimization by providing constant monitoring and testing, unlike Performance Testing which traditionally occurs as a part of quality assurance after the software development process is over. The main goal is to provide better performance to user by discovering potential issues as early design stage and avoid cost… Continue reading Introduction to Performance Engineering

When we want to copy huge amounts of objects (for example, thousands of tables) or load data from variety of sources, the appropriate approach is to input the name list of the objects with required copy behaviors in a control table, and then use parameterized pipelines to read the same from the control table and… Continue reading How to create a metadata-driven Azure Data Factory Pipeline

Postman is an API platform for building and using APIs. Postman simplifies each step of the API lifecycle and streamlines collaboration to create better APIs—faster. Some of Postman’s advantages include the collection feature and the possibility to create different testing environments. Postman is a user-friendly tool that helps us optimize our time when executing tests.… Continue reading How to Use Postman for API Testing Automation

MLOps is a set of integrated processes to simplify and automate ML lifecycle management. The processes include data prep, versioning, registration, pipeline orchestration, training, validation, serving, deployment, monitoring and re-training of ML models Many enterprises have tested ML, deployed models in production but are facing challenges in managing the models. MLOps eases model management process and… Continue reading MLOps Implementation – Six Aspects you Need to Consider

Maintaining security is indispensable and treating it as an afterthought only decelerates organizations’ progress. And for businesses to enforce security at every step, they must consider DevSecOps. DevSecOps is an approach for implementing prevention and protection measures for applications and infrastructure from security risks and vulnerabilities. This ensures that the applications are less exposed to… Continue reading DevSecOps – Enabling Cloud Security and Automation

What is Internet of Things (IoT)? The Internet of Things is made up of three major parts: devices, communications, and computing. Devices are physical objects that are linked to the Internet. The second component is communication, which is carried out via Wi-Fi, satellites, and cellular services and is critical to the overall system’s operation. The… Continue reading IoT Testing – Challenges, Framework, Types and Tools