Experience the newest technologies in Microsoft Azure by joining Scott Guthrie for sessions on how you can do more on the intelligent cloud. Scott will present a deep dive into Microsoft’s cloud services, advanced workloads and capabilities. He’ll do several demonstrations first-hand to show how these solutions can enable you to achieve more using the best of the Linux ecosystem and the best of the Windows ecosystem, together. Demos will include the latest in infrastructure – VM scale sets, managed disks, Hybridcloud, Azure Stack, enterprise mobility + security, Xamarin/mobile development, SQL, Data Lake, Cognitive Services, Machine Learning, AI, R, open source capabilities, Logic Apps, Power BI, Flow, developer tools and services, containers and more.
Amsterdam RAI, Europaplein 2, 1078 GZ, Amsterdam
Happy Learning with your online LAB
Microsoft System Center Management Pack (Community Technology Preview) for SQL Server vNext Replication enables the monitoring of Replication as a set of technologies for copying and distributing data and database objects from one database to another and then synchronizing between the databases to maintain consistency.
Here you can download the System Center MP for SQL Server vNext Replication including documentation.
Azure DevTest Labs is a service that helps developers and testers quickly create environments in Azure while minimizing waste and controlling cost. You can test the latest version of your application by quickly provisioning Windows and Linux environments using reusable templates and artifacts. Easily integrate your deployment pipeline with DevTest Labs to provision on-demand environments. Scale up your load testing by provisioning multiple test agents, and create pre-provisioned environments for training and demos.
Here you see my Azure TestLAB and I will add a Docker artifact to my Running VM
Here you find the Getting Started Documentation
In your TestLAB you can work with RBAC
Here you see the Roles in Azure DevTest LAB.
In my JamesTestLAB I have a Container01 with Windows Server 2016 with Container running.
Via the Marketplace for Artifacts, I select the Docker for Windows Server 2016 artifact 😉
Installing Docker for Windows Server 2016
Docker for Windows Server 2016 Running in my Azure Test LAB
Here you can download the Complete Microsoft Azure DevTest LAB documentation into a PDF
Docker for Windows is Cool !
in Azure DevTest LABs
TRY it yourself Today here
Docker Pull Microsoft/applicationinsights
How to use this Image
- Obtain the instrumentation key of your Application Insights resource. (Look in the Essentials drop-down.) If you don’t have a resource, create a new one.
- Run the following command, replacing %app_ikey% with your instrumentation key:
docker run -v /var/run/docker.sock:/docker.sock -d microsoft/applicationinsights ikey=%app_ikey%
- If your application is instrumented with the Application Insights SDK for Java, add the following line into the ApplicationInsights.xml file in your project, under the <TelemetryInitializers> element:<Add type=”com.microsoft.applicationinsights.extensibility.initializer.docker.DockerContextInitializer”/>
Note: Only a single container is required per Docker host. If your application is deployed on multiple Docker hosts, then create an instance of this image on every host.
Here you find more information on Docker HUB
In Microsoft Azure you Create a New Application Insights environment :
Here you find more information about to Create an Application Insights resource
I have added my Docker for Windows Containers to Azure Application Insights :
Here you See my two Running Docker for Windows Containers
Docker Container Start information in Azure AppInsights
You can change the Timelines for a better View
You can open Analytics and make your own queries on your Container App
Enjoy #Analytics 😉
Microsoft Azure CLI 2.0 from a Docker Container
CMD Azure VM -h
Here you find the Complete Microsoft Azure Command Line Interface 2.0 (CLI) Reference Guide and use -h option in the CLI