One of my main goals at 10th Magnitude is to make every cloud migration or implementation safer and more secure than it used to be on premise. One way in which we can get a greater assurance of security is to not only see the infrastructure as code, but to see the compliance as code, too.
In this blog, Ryan Kelly, Senior Consultant at 10th Magnitude explains that with Azure migrations - each one is different, so there is no one-size-fits-all solution. He outlines some key considerations that can help you determine your individual migration path forward.
Data warehouses deployed to IoT Solutions in Azure come equipped with several native data ingestion mechanisms. Each of these ingestion options has a native element already deployed to Azure. Additional [...]
Not being a big data or business intelligence (BI) guy myself, it’s been a fascinating experience familiarizing myself with the two areas. BI can always be linked to each and [...]
By now, you’ve probably heard chatter about Microsoft SQL Data Warehouse (SQL DW), but what is it? And why should you be using it? Well, to start, it’s a cloud-based, scale-out database capable of processing massive volumes of data
DevOpsDays Dallas held in mid-September was a rousing success and 10th Magnitude can’t thank the organizers enough (including our own Annie Hedgpeth). Those in the industry converged upon—you guessed it—Dallas [...]
In this blog, Brian Blanchard, VP of Cloud Solutions at 10th Magnitude, explains Microsoft Azure’s IoT Hub which has the ability to send data back to a smart connected device, allowing for more local control and reaction time in any environment. He will walk you through how to create your own Azure Functions that integrate with IoT Hub, allowing you to reap the benefits of a closed-loop IoT model.
Included with every Microsoft Azure Service Fabric Actor and Service is a nice little settings.xml file that you may have considered using to store configuration values for your actors and [...]
For those of you like me who are fans of Git + TeamCity, you’ll notice an immediate gap in the documentation provided by Microsoft on how to deploy to a [...]
IT organizations spend a lot of time trying to eliminate single points of failure in their systems. Equally problematic is the “single person of failure” problem, which can have consequences [...]
Relational database-as-a-service is one of Microsoft Azure’s biggest differentiators when compared to other public cloud vendors. There are many PaaS database options available in the market today, but no other [...]
In my last blog post, I talked about Azure Event Hubs and Stream Analytics and how they enable real-time workflow triggering and alerts for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. This [...]
For development teams, it’s critical to gain insight into how well an application is working and to be able to troubleshoot problems when they occur. Many organizations currently rely on [...]