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Application Gateway Analytics with GoAccess

Azure Application Gateway records traffic patterns and useful information in its access log. Different tools such as Azure Log Analytics, Excel, Power BI, and others are used to push this information to Azure Storage.

Azure benefits for Windows Server and SQL Server customers

Below are the three main reasons customers choose Microsoft and stay with the vendor they trust.

Windows Server and SQL Server users enjoy the benefits of Azure Hybrid, reservation pricing, and free Extended Security Updates.

Protect Azure Storage Blobs with soft delete

Soft delete is a recently introduced by Azure feature which when turned on, enables saving and recovery of the blob or blob snapshots data that was deleted.

Azure SQL Data Warehouse improves the data querying performance

Azure SQL Data Warehouse showed to be a fast and flexible analytics platform. Enhancements in the distributed query execution layer as per the recent experience result in the significant query performance improvements for Azure SQL Data Warehouse (SQL DW).

Migrate To Managed Disks In The Azure Portal

Azure has recently introduced the Managed Disks migration functionality that allows users to migrate from unmanaged Disks to Managed Disks in the Azure Portal in a single click.

Azure IaaS Apps Disaster Recovery

Recently Azure offered native Disaster Recovery for applications running on IaaS being the first public cloud to offer such a service. This service makes applications region-level resilient to failures via replicating VMs into other regions.

Azure Secrets on GitHub Repositories

Developers worldwide host their projects on GitHub with the majority using GitHub public repositories for their open source work. While being a great way to contribute to the community, it does come with things to keep in mind.

Profiling Slow MySQL Queries In Azure With EXPLAIN

Azure Database for MySQL is a PaaS (Platform as a Service) solution that Microsoft offers on Azure. Using Azure managed services for MySQL enables one to easily build an intelligent and secure application.

Protection Of Machines With Managed Disks Using Azure Site Recovery

Microsoft has recently announced the ability of Azure Site Recovery (ASR) to set up Disaster Recovery (DR) for IaaS VMs using managed disks. This feature allows ASR to become an all-encompassing disaster recovery solution for applications hosted on IaaS VMs, including those hosted on VMs with managed disks.

General Availability of Azure Event Grid

Modern applications put the flexibility of the cloud to a good use by getting themselves distant from the monolithic architectures by means of a set of distinct services, all working together.

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