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App Development Community Standup: React Native for Windows update | App Development Community Standup

Join Kevin Gallo and guests to learn about the latest RN4W updates and why Xbox decided to use RN4W for their app.



Get Started with PyTorch | AI Show

Learn the basics of PyTorch such as what it is, how to build and deploy a model, its strong community and more. Jump To: [01:15] What makes PyTorch different from other frameworks?[02:31] What is PyTorch?[05:35] How does PyTorch deal with data?[10:35] Building a model with PyTorch[22:08] Deploying PyTorch models to production[29:09] PyTorch community and ecosystemLearn More: PyTorch TutorialsStart Local with PyTorchCreate a Free account (Azure)Deep Learning vs...



How to Deploy Azure Arc Data Services Anywhere | Data Exposed

In this episode of Data Exposed with Tolga Tekin, learn about the ability to deploy Azure Arc Data services via Kubernetes to any hardware platform...



Scaling Azure Functions on Kubernetes with KEDA | On .NET

KEDA is an open source project and enables event-driven autoscaling for Kubernetes workloads.KEDA scalers can detect if a deployment should be activated or deactivated, and feed custom metrics for a specific event source. In this episode, our friend Jeff Hollan joins Cecil to show us how we can use KEDA to scale out our .NET applications running on Kubernetes [01:15] - What is KEDA?[03:38] - KEDA's relationship with Azure Functions[05:53] - Moving KEDA to the CNCF[08:40] - ...



GitHub for Your Octopus Deploy | The DevOps Lab

With so many CI and CD tools in the wild, how do you know which one to use? Well, why choose just 1? In this episode, we're going to discuss how to interact with GitHub Actions and Octopus Deploy together. We'll see how to use the Octopus Deploy CLI to create a resource in Octopus and have it deployed by GitHub Actions...



Not your usual High School project | Internet of Things Show

Beau Hayes-Pollard, Junior at Brookline High School, joins us on the IoT Show to talk about his Bit Heroes project: a remote heart rate monitoring system using Arduino, Azure IoT Hub, Azure Functions and more. Check out Beau's projects on GitHub:



AKS Bootcamp: Materiais Relacionados e Finalização do curso | Maratona AKS: Tudo sobre Kubernetes de A a Z

Obrigado por assistir o curso, esperamos que tenha gostado do conteúdo. Dê seu feedback para que possamos fazer contribuições cada vez melhores! - https://aka...



AKS Bootcamp: Módulo 5 - Escalabilidade - Cluster autoscaling | Maratona AKS: Tudo sobre Kubernetes de A a Z

Já passamos pela escalabilidade da nossa aplicação, agora vamos ver como podemos mitigar o problema de nodes que não suportam todas as nossas imagens -



AKS Bootcamp: Módulo 5 - Escalabilidade - Escalabilidade avançada | Maratona AKS: Tudo sobre Kubernetes de A a Z

Além da CPU, podemos escalar com mais métricas como, por exemplo, memória! Vamos criar um HPA v2 para que possamos aplicar essas alterações -



AKS Bootcamp: Módulo 5 - Escalabilidade - Autoscaling declarativo | Maratona AKS: Tudo sobre Kubernetes de A a Z

Vamos declarar os nossos HPAs para que possamos versiona-los e utilizá-los em nossos charts