In the data warehouse architecture space, we always had two options ‘single vendor stack’ and the ‘best of breed’. ‘Single vendor stack’ gave better license leverage and technical support but the platforms were still independent units with their own workspaces.  ‘Best of breed’ generally boasted innovation. Now we have a ‘single vendor stack’ that includes… Continue reading Azure Synapse Analytics – The only true Unified Data Analytics Platform

Microsoft kicked off its annual global partner conference, Microsoft Inspire, via an all-digital experience on July 19-20. Inspire unites partners in new and exciting ways and encompasses a broader community, allowing partners to develop increasingly valuable business relations. Along with industry leaders and partners globally, this is a unique platform to strengthen the partnership and… Continue reading Top Announcements from Microsoft Inspire 2022

The Growing Use of QAOps Previously, QA was solely focused on testing. That is no longer the case as QA teams are now exploring software quality throughout every development aspect. Many QA groups are applying QAOps as the demand for QA engineers increases. To ensure continuous delivery and integration, QA experts, Dev teams, and IT teams need… Continue reading Introduction to QAOps

Deployment of environments can be simplified and kept consistent using the DevOps concept Infrastructure as a Code (IaC). This reduces the time to create environments on demand for testing, user acceptance and helps tracing deployment failures way before the production release of the application. Azure Resource Manager templates enables creation of resources like Virtual machines,… Continue reading Deploy Resources with Custom ARM Templates & Azure portal

Migrating to a modern CI/CD process provides several benefits for application builds, deployments, testing, and even monitoring. By leveraging Azure DevOps and other services such as Test Projects, organizations can focus on the development of apps rather than the management of the supporting infrastructure. This blog will showcase how we can leverage Test Project’s API’s power to… Continue reading How to design a CI/CD with Azure DevOps and TestProject

Azure Synapse uses Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 as a data warehouse and a consistent data model that incorporates administration, monitoring, and metadata management sections. Data Lake Storage Gen2 makes Azure Storage the foundation for building enterprise data lakes on Azure. Designed from the start to service multiple petabytes of information while sustaining hundreds of… Continue reading How to Connect Azure Synapse Analytics with Power App’s Common Data Service

Today, many organizations have prioritized digital transformation as central to their growth ambitions. It is a no-brainer that data powers digital transformation; however, many organizations find it complex to leverage mountains of data assets and uncover business value and distill actionable insights for decision making. Efficient data handling needs a strategic information management framework. Simply… Continue reading Modern Data Platform on Azure – Unlock the Power of Data

The much-awaited COVID-19 vaccine is finally here. AstraZeneca, Moderna, Pfizer all have started major distribution channels after getting FDA/government approvals. As the world takes a deep breath and waits for the vaccine, governments, and providers are faced with the critical challenges of its procurement, distribution, and management. The common goal here is to ensure that… Continue reading Vaccine Management Solution

Healthcare has been progressing at lightning speed, thanks to the rapid development in deep technology, scientific research, and artificial intelligence. In this discussion of progress, crop up terms like Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR) and Mixed Reality (MR). Each of these open a world of possibilities for medical care, helping doctors, technicians and other… Continue reading Mixed Reality: Transforming the Future of Healthcare

On November 10, 2020 Microsoft announced the release of .NET 5.0. The much-awaited upgrade is the next major release of .NET Core following 3.1. It is named .NET 5.0 and not .NET Core 4.0 for two reasons – first, Microsoft did not want users to confuse it with .NET Framework 4.0; and second, the word ‘Core’ was… Continue reading .NET 5.0 – The Future of .NET Frameworks