Jay Gordon is a Cloud Advocate with the Microsoft Azure Advocates. He and the rest of the Advocacy team are focused on helping Developers and Ops teams get the most out of their cloud experience with Microsoft Azure. Prior to Microsoft, Jay was part of teams at DigitalOcean, BuzzFeed and MongoDB. Community is critical in his core beliefs, this is why Jay is an organizer for devopsdays NYC. Jay lives in New York City with his wife Betsy.
Not all applications are born in the cloud, some are running in data centers across the globe. Moving them into the cloud should be something that excites you rather than looks like a challenge. This time, Laurent Bugnion joins me on AzureFunBytes to discuss how to begin your migration journey into Azure. Laurent and I spent a lot of time ...
Who takes the AZ-900? Well let's be honest, there's no "one type" of person that takes this exam because our world has more than one type of person, period. People in all different roles can take this exam in order to really show what they have been learning.
In this video, learn how to manage containers for deployment, options for container registries, and ways to manage and scale deployed containers. We’ll learn why to use containers, the advantages, and even demo a container creation.
Earning your certificate can provide you with the confidence to say to your current or future employer, "I know this." But even more, it's about letting yourself know you are ready to take on the world with your new skills using Microsoft Azure.
Using VNETs allows you to design and manage your networks without having to actually configure physical devices. Use VNETs to create hybrid networks with your existing on-prem/datacenter solution with your Azure workloads.
Microsoft Azure Sentinel is a scalable, cloud-native, security information event management (SIEM) and security orchestration automated response (SOAR) solution. Azure Sentinel delivers intelligent security analytics and threat intelligence across the enterprise, providing a single solution for alert detection, threat visibility, proactive hun
In this stream, Donovan Brown joins me to discuss the different methods of implementing DevOps on Microsoft Azure. We take a walk together through different workflows with GitHub Actions, Azure Web App Service, and more. Donovan helps me "rub some DevOps" on some deployment targets we'll spin up to ensure repeatable, reliable releases.
The Azure Cloud Shell is one of my favorite things about using Azure. Many of the administrative tasks that I may have had to run from a local computer can now be done from a browser anywhere I can authenticate into my Azure account. I used to always worry about needing a computer that had a shell or a terminal program with my ssh key on it ...
A container virtualizes the underlying OS and causes the containerized app to perceive that it has the OS—including CPU, memory, file storage, and network connections—all to itself. Because the differences in underlying OS and infrastructure are abstracted, as long as the base image is consistent, the container can be deployed and run anywhere