As a startup, particularly a SaaS startup, this is what it is all about. Honing the key aspects to your idea and fine-tuning it into a truly workable, outstanding and viable product is the base of your whole enterprise. You need to see if it is practical, feasible, viable and truly useful and interesting for the end-user. This is where a Proof of Concept (POC) comes in.
Microsoft has released the UK OFFICIAL blueprint as part of its Azure Blueprint service for key compliance standard to the G-Cloud and NHS Information Governance. This service enables us, as a Crown Commercial Supplier, to more securely set up a governed Azure environment that can scale up for large-scale migrations.
The Query Store was introduced back in SQL Server 2016 and with the incoming release of SQL Server 2019, it remains a very important feature to know and understand to utilise in performance tuning exercises. Not only is this feature available with on-premises SQL Server but it is a key tool to use when troubleshooting performance issues in Azure SQL Database.
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Microsoft intends to supercharge Azure uptake with the introduction of a new framework – The Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF). Microsoft has stated that the purpose of CAF is to provide: "One Microsoft voice for cloud adoption, consolidating and sharing best practices from Microsoft employees, partners, and customers".
Microsoft announced the release plans of wave 2 for the Power Platform in June. Early access will be available 2nd August with general availability hitting 1st October. Microsoft stated: “The Microsoft Power Platform enables users and organizations to analyze, act, and automate on the data to digitally transform their businesses. The Power Platform today is comprised of three products – Power BI, PowerApps, and Flow.”