Tag - Azure

Cloud Application Development

The global demand for Cloud-based applications has increased significantly. As a result, the need for Cloud application development has skyrocketed. As a result, the Cloud computing business has been consolidating in recent years. Almost everyone uses cloud apps and services, either directly or indirectly. Businesses have grown their use of Cloud-based apps and services, even...

Azure Pipelines vs Jenkins

Continuous integration is aided by Jenkins, an open-source automation server. It is managed on-site where it is installed. Azure Pipelines is a continuous integration tool that can handle build and release orchestration and is accessible in the cloud or on-premises. Which of these two reasonable and well-liked options is actually the best for your...

Getting Started With CI/CD Pipeline

The explosion of cloud computing has resulted in the rapid development of software programs and applications. The ability to deliver features more quickly is now a competitive advantage. To accomplish this, your DevOps teams, structure, and ecosystem must be well-oiled. As a result, it is critical to understand how to construct an ideal CI/CD pipeline...

Top 10 Azure Services in Demand

Microsoft Azure Services was first introduced in 2008, but became commercially available in 2010. Azure app services demand has increased in recent years, and as of now, approximately 90% of Fortune 500 companies use Microsoft Azure Services. As a cloud service provider, Azure offers everything from creating project repositories to managing code, tasks, deploying,...

Azure Load Balancer – Azure Traffic Manager

Introduction Of Azure Load Balancer Microsoft Azure, formerly known as Windows Azure, is Microsoft's public cloud computing platform that provides a variety of cloud services such as analytics, computing, networking, and storage. The user can use these services to run existing applications or to build and scale new ones in the public cloud. Load balancing in...

Cloud savings with autoscale on Azure

Unused cloud resources can drain your computing budget unnecessarily, and unlike legacy on-premises architectures, there is no need to over-provision compute resources for peak usage. Autoscaling is a value lever that can help you unlock cost savings for your Azure workloads by automatically scaling up and down the resources in use to better align capacity...

What to do when cloud costs get out of control

Because of the time constraints of cloud migration, 'lift and shift' is sometimes the only way to move large portions of the estate in a timely manner. The problem is that when workloads aren't modernized for the cloud, costs start to rise, and it can be difficult to get things back under control. If this...