CSE Developer Blog

Preventing Rhino Poaching With Microsoft Azure

In the last eight years, poaching in Africa has been happening at an alarming rate. Currently, the continent loses three rhinos a day. As part of our team’s mission to find new ways that technology can positively impact our world, we’ve been collaborating with the Combating Wildlife Crime team Peace Parks Foundation (PPF), in partnership with

How to Build A K8S Http API For Helm, and Serve Micro-services Using A Single IP

The Commercial Software Engineering team (CSE) partnered with Axonize to automate the process of deploying apps to Kubernetes, and expose these apps to the internet via a single IP. This post is about enabling applications in your Kubernetes cluster to programmatically install helm charts and expose them through a single public facing IP.

Infrastructure as Code – On demand GPU clusters with Terraform & Jenkins

Developing robust algorithms for self-driving cars requires sourcing event data from over 10 billion hours of recorded driving time. CSE worked with Cognata, a startup developing simulation platforms for autonomous vehicles, to build a Jenkins pipeline and Terraform solution that enabled our partner to dynamically scale GPU resources for their simulations.

Building a Private Ethereum Consortium

Over the past two years, Microsoft and Webjet have collaborated to build a blockchain-based solution, Rezchain, to help travel companies reduce payment disputes. In this code story, we’ll share the lessons learned in creating the Rezchain consortium. In particular, we'll focus on how we solved the challenges involved with enabling Ethereum nodes to peer across virtual networks.

Scaling UDP Workloads with Kubernetes

Situm, a company that offers high precision indoor navigation, looked to Kubernetes on Azure to provide high availability and scalability for their services. As of Kubernetes v1.6.5, Kubernetes on Azure supports both UDP and TCP workloads, and respects the Kubernetes Service spec's sessionAffinity.