Blazor is coming! In fact, it’s coming sooner than later. Check out ASP.NET’s blog post from April 18, 2019 announcing the official preview. What is Blazor? by Vivek Gunnala  Blazor is a new interactive .Net Web framework, which is part of the open-source .Net platform. Blazor uses C#, HTML, CSS and Razor components instead of JavaScript. It’s […]

Some Updates for Global Azure Virtual Network (VNet) Peering in Azure Last year, I wrote a blog post discussing Global VNet Peering in Azure to highlight the capabilities and limitations. The use of global peering at that time was significantly different in capability from local peering and required careful consideration before including in the design. […]

Sound Familiar? It’s not a sentiment you would expect from most IT decision-makers. However, it’s something we hear from an increasing number of organizations. The benefits of a well-thought-out cloud transformation roadmap are not lost on them. They know that, in an ideal world, they ought to start with an in-depth assessment of their application […]

How to use galleries to create dynamic entries in a data source in PowerApps In this article, we will see how we can use galleries in PowerApps to create multiple rows for adding records to a data source. We will create dynamic entries in a gallery that looks like a form and adds/deletes a line/row […]

AIS is the 2019 MSUS Partner Award Winner – Business Applications – Dynamics 365 for Sales. This is our vision for the Power Platform era. I am incredibly excited to share that AIS has been announced as the 2019 MSUS Partner Award Winner – Business Applications – Dynamics 365 for Sales at #MSInspire! Some background […]

A Single Place to Manage, Create, and Consume The integration of the Operations Management Suite (OMS) into Azure Monitor is completed for both Azure Commercial and Azure Government. This change by Microsoft has given Azure Monitor/OMS users a single place to manage, create, and consume Azure Monitoring solutions. No functionality has been removed and documentation […]

Passing just about anything from PowerApps to Flow with the newly released JSON function In this article, I will show you how we can send data from a Canvas App using the freshly released JSON function. I will pass data from the data table (of a SharePoint List), microphone (audio recording), and camera control (photo) […]

Most of the time, deploying database scripts is tricky, time-consuming, and error-prone — specifically when a script fails due to mismatched schema, missing prerequisite data, dependencies, or any other factor. Thankfully, different tools can automate and simplify the process…one of which is SQL Change Automation from Red Gate. What is SQL Change Automation? Put simply, […]