Hyperscale is a service tier within Azure SQL Database. It is different from the General Purpose and Business Critical tier in the fact that it can scale up to 100 TB and enters the HTAP (Hybrid Transactional Analytical Processing) market.…
In this blog we look at the NoSQL database, Azure Cosmos DB. Covering its benefits and a specific use case.
Redis Cache is a well know caching technology and you can run it in Azure as a fully managed service. Being a fully managed service, you do not need to worry about provisioning the underlying infrastructure.
Now is the time to migrate off SQL Server 2012, this blog looks at the options available: SQL Server 2019, Azure Virtual Machines and Azure SQL Managed Instance.
One of the key goals of a Data Platform modernisation program is thinking about what to do with your SQL Servers. So here we are going to give some high-level tips to migrate from SQL Server to the cloud.
An introduction to Azure Kubernetes Services. Looking at what it is, why it is popular coupled with DevOps, and a technical overview.
In this introduction to Azure DevOps, we look at why you want to use it and how to configure CI/CD for an application via Azure Pipelines.
In this blog, we look at Azure Web Apps as a good replacement for web servers on-premises. We look at how to set it up in Azure App Service and the high-level architecture.
Azure SQL Database Serverless is a compute tier that is fundamentally different to the classic provisioned tiers that we are used to within Azure SQL Database. This is best used for those databases that are ever-changing with unpredictable patterns.
Azure SQL Database offers many features to build a comprehensive, secure and stable data platform. Here we explore the range of security features available.