IoT (and more) with Azure Digital Twins
As the Industry 4.0 concepts mature, we will look at the Azure edition of Digital Twins. The definition of Digital Twins assumes the digital representation of real-world things’ (or people’s) properties, either in real time (for control and predictive maintenance) or in simulations to acquire and test behaviors before actual deployment. As such, Azure Digital Twins are closely related to Azure IoT services; however, they could do a bit more, as we will see in this blog article.
Patient care of the future – Digital Health Solutions with Azure Health Data Services
Not only since the beginning of the Covid pandemic has the healthcare sector been facing a various challenges. Here, digitalisation and the use of modern technologies such as artificial intelligence or machine learning offer numerous opportunities and potentials for increasing efficiency, reducing errors and thus improving patient treatment.
Serverless Computing: An Overview of Amazon’s and Microsoft’s Services
With the serverless model, application components such as databases or data processing components are provided and operated, automated and demand-based, by the cloud service provider. Within the framework of a “serverless computing” Advent calendar, we compared the cloud services of AWS and Azure.
Amazon Athena: SQL – Without the Database
Many companies face the problem that data may be important for new applications years later, but when that time comes, they have long been deleted, or their structure has since been changed several times.
Look Me in the Eyes – Application Monitoring with Azure Application Insights
With Application Insights, Microsoft provides an application monitoring service for development and DevOps. It can log virtually everything.
Cloud Special Day – OOP 2019
Did you miss our Cloud Special Day at OOP 2019 in Munich? This blog post summarizes the most important content of the lectures.
Launch a Kubernetes cluster on AWS with kube-up and let it autoscale
How to launch a kubernetes cluster on AWS using kube-up, and enable cluster and horizonal pod autoscaling, and deploy a service that triggers autoscaling.
WPF Tricks: Context Menu via Behavior
Behaviors enable application designers to trigger changes in the program behavior with little effort and without interfering with the program code. This tutorial shows how to create a context menu by means of a behavior.
WPF Tricks: Coloring Icons at Runtime
This little trick enables you to color icons at runtime virtually any way you like, making different-colored icon sets unnecessary. The principle is very lightweight.
Risks of Modified Cookies
Now, at the end of the year, cookies are increasingly circulating again. Being properly prepared can help you manage this risk.