How to author custom artifacts in a DevTest Lab
An artifact consists of an artifact definition file, which is an Azure Resource Manager (ARM) based JSON file. The artifact definition file contains metadata that defines the artifact. An artifact can also contain script files - such as PowerShell or Bash - that are referenced within the artifact definition file. In this video, you'll see how to create a custom artifact and save it in your private Git repository.
Todays video in the DevTest lab series shows us how to author custom artifacts for use in an Azure DevTest lab environment.
How to create VMs with Artifacts in a DevTest Lab
Todays video in the DevTest lab series shows us how to create VMs with artifacts in an Azure DevTest lab environment.
Loading Azure SQL Data Warehoue with Azure Data Factory
In this tutorial, Drew DiPalma walks through setting up an Azure Data Factory pipeline to load data into Azure SQL Data Warehouse.
How to add your private Artifacts Repository in a DevTest Lab
Next video in the DevTest lab series shows us how to add custom private artifacts repository to our Lab environment.
How to implement caching with Azure API Management
How to cache my API calls in Azure API Management?
Kanio Dimitrov (@azurekanio) will show us in less than 5 minutes how to configure effective caching in Azure API Management