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Azure Resource Manager: The Shift from Services to Resources In the first part of this series, we discussed the evolution of Azure IaaS and role of Azure Resource Manager. The next installment of the series explains the key differences between Azure Service Management (ASM) and Azure Resource Management (ARM) models. We will also take a look at key concepts and terminology related to ARM. ASM or ARM? One of the key tenets of cloud, especially infrastructure services, is programmability. Almost every cloud provider exposes a set of APIs to manipulate the virtual infrastructure programmatically. Even before the Cloud Computing term became a buzzword, Amazon exposed APIs for storage and compute, which eventually became the core of AWS. When Microsoft built Azure, developers could interact with the control plane through the Azure Service Management (ASM) API. Before off... (more)

A Close Look at Eclipse Che | @CloudExpo #API #Cloud #Eclipse #Microservices

In the era of microservices and cloud-native applications, Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) is going through a major transformation. The combination of containers and continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) is enabling rapid deployment of software like never before. And though the languages, runtimes, frameworks, deployment targets have changed dramatically, the tooling hasn’t evolved much. Developers are still relying on traditional integrated development environments (IDEs) such as Visual Studio, Eclipse, and IntelliJ. While they may be powerful, they are definitel... (more)

Microsoft Cloud | @CloudExpo @Azure #BigData #IaaS #IoT #API #Heroku

Azure Resource Manager: The Secret Sauce of the Microsoft Cloud Strategy Since its introduction in 2009, Microsoft Azure has gone through a significant transformation. What started as a hardcore set of platform services is now a force to be reckoned within the infrastructure market as well. According to Gartner, Azure is inching closer to AWS, firmly securing its place in the top right section of the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Magic Quadrant, which is reserved only for the market leaders. One technology that’s accelerating Microsoft’s infrastructure services is Azure Res... (more)

Is Fog Computing the Next Big Thing in the Internet of Things? | @ThingsExpo #IoT

One of the reasons why IoT has gained momentum in the recent past is the rise of cloud services. Though the concept of M2M existed for over a decade, organizations never tapped into the rich insights derived from the datasets generated by sensors and devices. Existing infrastructure was just not ready to deal with the massive scale demanded by the connected devices architecture. That’s where cloud becomes an invaluable resource for enterprises. With abundant storage and ample computing power, cloud became an affordable extension to the enterprise data center. The adoption of clo... (more)

IDEs Are Moving to the Cloud | @CloudExpo #API #Cloud #DevOps

During the early days of my career,  I used a variety of development environments, including the most popular Turbo C along with FoxPro, PowerBuilder, and Delphi before finally settling down with Microsoft Visual Studio. The first line of code that I have ever written was in QBasic running on Microsoft DOS. The editor had useful features like adding the line numbers and automatically converting the statements to uppercase. Hitting F5 would run the program instantly without having to switch to the command prompt. The family of Visual Studio had a variety of tools bundled together —... (more)