IoT Edge Device Monitoring and Management with Azure Durable Entities Functions - Part 2

  • July 13, 2019
In this series IoT Edge Application Azure Durable Entities Function In the last article, we built and tested a simple IoT Edge application that simulates temperature telemetry based on the command that it receives. We also created a test client that can invoke Direct Method on the device. Today we will build monitoring and management capabilities for our IoT Edge device using Azure Functions. One critical consideration that I would like to bring to your attention is the demand for this solution to stay mostly connected.

IoT Edge Device Monitoring and Management with Azure Durable Entities Functions - Part 1

  • July 1, 2019
In this series IoT Edge Application Azure Durable Entities Function IoT systems involve many devices, each of which maintains a small internal state. The Actor Model is a good fit for representing IoT devices in the cloud because of its inherent fault tolerance, concurrency controls, performance, and scalability. I wrote about the Actor Model and Orleans (virtual actor based implementation) in one of my previous articles here.

Add DevOps To Your Existing Dockerized Applications With Azure DevOps Projects

  • July 26, 2018
As a cloud developer, the current offering to add support for DevOps (CI\CD) to an application always felt less optimal to me. In VSTS, tasks such as creating CI and CD workflows, linking the pipelines with code repository, and adding monitoring take a little time even though the quick start templates have considerably optimized the process. A new offering from Azure named Microsoft Azure DevOps Projects fills this gap in the DevOps offering.

Building Zero Code Cosmos DB Proxy with Azure Functions

  • May 9, 2018
Using Azure Functions, you can free your projects from Cosmos DB API dependency. In this article, we will build a simple API using Azure Functions that interacts with Cosmos DB without requiring you to write any code. You have multiple options for building Azure Functions. You can write functions using Visual Studio tooling, or you can build one using VS Code with Azure CLI. However, for this demo, I will use the Azure Portal inbuilt function editor.

Use Support Backed Tedious Driver for Your Node Applications with SQL Database

  • January 3, 2017
I don’t know how popular Node.js still is, but it is always fun to learn new programming languages. If you have previously worked with relational databases such as SQL database with Node.js, you must’ve noticed that there are several node packages available to enable application integration with SQL database. However, while building commercial applications, developers always want to use packages that are backed by professional support and a lively community.

Building Azure API Management Proxy for Azure Storage

  • March 21, 2016
Microsoft acquired Apiphany, backed it up with Azure compute and storage and has now made it available to users as API Management service. Azure API Management is a reliable, secure and scalable way to publish, consume and manage APIs running on the Microsoft Azure platform. Azure API Management provides all essential tools required for end-to-end management of APIs. It ensures optimal performance of the APIs, tracks and enforces usage, authentication, and more.

Adding Business Logic to Azure Logic App with Azure API App

  • October 13, 2015
I hope you had a chance to watch or attend AzureCon lately. If you watch the keynotes, you would be overwhelmed by tons of great announcements that were made. All the sessions are available on demand and are classified by level and industry role. I hope the sessions prove to be a great learning experience for you. I also hope to work with a few of the new features and write about them for us to use.
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Hi! I'm Rahul Rai, an author, a programmer, and a technophile. I'm a Senior Consultant at Readify, Sydney, Australia.

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