In any system nowadays, applications or services need to communicate with each other to achieve the target process. This communication can occur in many different forms or types, but one of these types is the direct communication via HTTP request. An ASP.NET Core application or service can communicate with external APIs or services via HTTP… Continue Reading →
Analyzing an Uploaded Image to a Blob using Azure Cognitive Services & Saving Analysis Results to CosmosDB
We discussed before in details how to build Azure Functions using Visual Studio 2017 and VSCode (review my previous articles Building Azure Functions in Visual Studio Code using .Net Core and Building Azure Functions in Azure Portal & Visual Studio 2017 using .NET Core). Today we’re going to benefit from this knowledge to create a blob… Continue Reading →
In the previous post, we discussed how to create Azure Functions in Visual Studio 2017 and in Azure Portal and we kept the VS Code part until later discussions. Today, we are going to start building our first function in Visual Studio Code from scratch by setting up the environment with Azure Functions Cli, authenticating… Continue Reading →
In this post, we are going to talk about Azure Functions. As known, Azure Functions are a PaaS, which stands for Platform as a Service. This allows us to develop or run a small piece of code that acts as a service on the cloud platform. This service can do several tasks like doing a… Continue Reading →
Today, we are going to get started with setting up Docker v18.06.0-ce-win72 (19098) that now supports Kubernetes v1.10.3 on Windows machines running Windows 10 OS. We will end up by running an ASP.NET core app with Docker after creating a deployment, which manages up a Pod that runs the desired Container. This to be considered… Continue Reading →
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