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Opsgility Spotlight: Ram Barrola

On the tennis court, Ram Barrola is serving aces, and at work Ram is serving up IaaS and PaaS solutions. Ram is a Senior Storage Backup Infrastructure Engineer at Sony, which has him working with and managing a large number of storage and backup products and partial servers. Being at a company looking to implement […]

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Announcing Building IoT Solutions with Azure On-Demand Course with Hands-on Labs

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an area of extremely high interest right now. There are lots of IoT devices (consumer and industrial) being released to market. We’re happy to announce the release of the “Building Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions with Azure” course from Opsgility. This new course and accompanying hands-on labs are part of […]

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Practice the principals and concepts of Microsoft Azure at your fingertips with Real Time Labs

Studies have consistently proven that students that perform projects hands-on have a much deeper understanding of the topic at hand, compared just listening to a lecture, such as traditional video-based training. To help close the learning and skills gap, today, we’re introducing Real Time Labs. Real Time Labs is a hands-on lab learning environment integrated […]

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Opsgility expands Microsoft Visual Studio partnership to Professional and Enterprise subscribers

I am excited to share that today at Microsoft Build, we announced the expansion of our current Microsoft Visual Studio Dev Essentials partnership to include Visual Studio Professional and Visual Studio Enterprise subscriptions. As you may remember from the Visual Studio launch in March, Visual Studio Dev Essentials members were offered access to a free […]

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Consistent key naming between .NET Core user secrets and Azure Key Vault

I’ve been doing some application development using both the .NET Core user secrets manager and Azure Key Vault and I had a frustrating problem where I couldn’t use the same key names between the two because they have different naming rules. The user secrets manager, which is only used during local development, reads keys and […]

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