Every once in a while, I come across an innovation or new offering in the tech world that makes me grin because it just seems like magic. From hardware wizardry like the HoloLens Minecraft demo in 2015 to software sorcery like the recently-released GPT-3 AI,… Read More »Add Some Magic To Your Life With Microsoft’s Project Tye
GitOps has been around for a few years, kicked off by Weaveworks back in 2017. In short, the concept revolves around a Git repository that serves as the single source of truth for the state of a system, while an automated process ensures that the… Read More »How to Start Shipping Faster With GitOps
From its glory days in the 1990s and 2000s to being the browser everyone loved to hate in more recent years, Internet Explorer (IE) has been through it all. After over two decades and with the new Chromium-based Edge gaining its own ground, Microsoft is… Read More »Are You Ready for a World Without Internet Explorer?
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In times of uncertainty–driven by an acquisition, changing consumer demand, or a global pandemic–even the smallest software design problems can make the difference between a fragile enterprise and a fit one. Discover four top problems that can be addressed with Azure Service Bus.
Moving to a serverless architecture allows IT/OPs to refocus their time on delivering business value rather than taking backups, replacing failing hardware, doing OS updates/patches, etc. You will also benefit from easier infrastructure automation and better governance at a fraction of the cost. You’ll be able to take advantage of some cloud-native functionality which enables scaling and performance. Paying for what you use and need will drive down costs dramatically. Polaris can get you to this point quickly and effectively, providing you with the knowledge and tools to leverage Azure serverless computing resources.