Partial Rollback with Azure Functions

Partial Rollback with Azure Functions

Azure Functions are Microsoft’s solution for the execution of code in a “serverless” environment – that is, where you worry about the code, and leave the Azure Functions service to worry about the hosting infrastructure. There are three hosting plans for Azure...
Infrastructure as Code

Infrastructure as Code

In a previous blog around Azure Governance we spoke about standardisation of configuration and deployment. This leads us into another topic – Infrastructure as Code (IaC). What is Infrastructure as Code? As soon as you hear the word code, people tend to think...
Why Azure Governance?

Why Azure Governance?

A frequent question we get asked is how to articulate a business case for Azure Governance in an existing environment? Why spend the time, money and effort doing this when systems are already operational? It’s important to understand what we mean by Azure and Azure...
Move your data to the cloud

Move your data to the cloud

Migrate Your Application to Azure with Confidence Register Today Walkerscott looks at four companies: ASOS, British Airways, Rockwell Automation & GEICO. Learn how the Microsoft Azure cloud helps them succeed in their respective industries. Although each of these...
Azure data factory – MySQL to Azure SQL

Azure data factory – MySQL to Azure SQL

Azure data factory – MYSQL to Azure SQL The following steps describe how to move data from on-premise MYSQL server to MSSQL on Azure. Every data factory job has 4 key components – Gateway, Linked services, Source and Pipeline. Gateway here is what provides access to...