How to build an Attestation Page using Microsoft Power Apps

Chris Vaught Azure, Development Technologies, Tutorial 1 Comment

The purpose of this demo is to show you how easy it is to leverage Power Apps to quickly create an internal Attestation page. Power Apps can easily be tailored to meet your company’s design guidelines and delivered to your platform of choice, individualized, and tied to complex workflows leveraging the tools you use.

This post is organized into three, fairly simple steps. I tried to break it down into minute, succeeding tasks, so it’s easy to follow along. Without further ado, let’s jump right into it!

Genomic Analysis on Microsoft Azure

Genomic Analysis at Scale with Microsoft Azure

Zach Gardner Azure, Cloud, Programming Leave a Comment

When it comes to the science of genomics, Amazon’s AWS is by far the platform of choice for most organizations. But, just like in the musical Hamilton, Microsoft Azure is “young, scrappy, and hungry.”

It is driven to provide the tools and managed services that are needed to run genomics at scale, with HPC (high-performance computing) and storage being among the hardest facets of the field to get right.

This blog post will first briefly explain genomics. Then, we’ll dive into what Azure has to offer in this field.

Keyhole Achieves Microsoft Gold Competency

Keyhole Earns Microsoft Gold Competency Status

Keyhole Software Azure, Company News, Consulting, Keyhole Leave a Comment

Attention: The following article was published over 3 years ago, and the information provided may be aged or outdated. Please keep that in mind as you read the post.We are excited to announce that Keyhole Software has achieved the Microsoft Gold Competency status. Joining this elite tier of Microsoft Partners signifies that Keyhole stands out amongst its peers and ranks …

[Video] Azure Options For Enterprise: Pros, Cons & Use Cases

Keyhole Software .NET, Azure, Cloud, Development Technologies, Keyhole, Service Fabric, Video Leave a Comment

The Azure cloud platform is vast and it can be difficult to determine the best option given unique requirements. This video discusses six options within the wide world of Microsoft Azure including Virtual Machines (IaaS), App Services (PaaS), Function Apps (FaaS), AKS (KaaS), Logic Apps (?aaS), and Service Fabric (PaaS).

For each option, Keyhole Software Consultant Zach Gardner introduces the pros, cons, optimal use cases, and tips for success with each Azure approach based on his experience.

This 40-minute video was recorded in November 2019 at a Keyhole Software internal employee Lunch & Learn event featuring Keyhole Consultant Zach Gardner…

Integrating Azure Functions with Cosmos DB SQL API in .NET Core 2.2

Zach Gardner .NET Core, Azure, Cloud, Development Technologies, Tutorial Leave a Comment

I am working on a project that leverages both Azure Functions as well as Cosmos DB. In trying to get both of these components wired together, I found that there are very few examples that work with the most recent versions of these components. I also saw examples that could work at a small scale, but don’t show industry-standard best practices, and would lead to performance issues if deployed in an environment with any meaningful traffic.

To that end, I put together this blog post showing how to set up an Azure Functions project in .NET Core 2.2 to integrate with Cosmos DB’s SQL API using its native tooling.