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WITGirls
60 Mesh, Metaverse and Loop

WITGirls

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 32:00


These news were announced at Microsoft Ignite this year: Mesh, Metaverse and Loop. What are they and how can they be used?  You will of course hear about some of the latest news, but this time not only from the Microsoft 365 world ;) Exciting times ahead! According to my podcast stats I have listeners in more than 47 countries!!! That is an amazing figure and hard to take in. You listeners are the best and the reason why I keep on doing this podcast. So a BIG THANK YOU!! ❤️ Cheers from Lise @sharepointbabe Links mentioned in this episode: https://news.microsoft.com/ignite-november-2021-book-of-news/  https://seforum.se/    WITGirls podcast https://witgirlspodcast.com  Listen, Rate and Subscribe: https://podcasts.apple.com/se/podcast/witgirls/id1252774275  Social links & Contact https://linktr.ee/Witgirls 

The Intrazone by Microsoft
SharePoint Roadmap Pitstop November 2021

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 35:41


November 2021 brought lots of great SharePoint and related tech releases: Microsoft Viva GA, private drafts for SharePoint news and pages, Embed web part for SharePoint spaces, SharePoint Framework (SPFx) v1.13, SharePoint admin center: Manage channel sites, Microsoft Lists: Fast and offline, updated site creation experience, Microsoft Feedback for OneDrive and SharePoint, and more – plus new disclosures from Microsoft Ignite. We also chat with Andrey Esipov, principal program manager on the SharePoint team working to make Microsoft Lists, OneDrive and other technologies fast and available for offline work. Andrey shares more about 'Project Nucleus' and how it combines Progressive Web App (PWA) tech with the new Microsoft.SharePoint.exe component. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Andrey Esipov | LinkedIn [guest] Mark Kashman |@mkashman | Kashbox blog [host] Resources: “Building fast, offline-capable Microsoft 365 web applications” by Andrey Esipov Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft 365 public roadmap Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Upcoming Events: European Collaboration Summit (Nov.29 - Oct. 1.2021) Microsoft 365 Collaboration Conference - Vegas (Dec.7-9.2021) 365 EduCon - DC (formerly SP Fest) (Dec.12-16.2021) 365 EduCon - Dallas (formerly SP Fest) (Jan.31-Feb.4.2021) Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone Listen and follow to other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts

Curious Tech Podcast
165 - In the Loop

Curious Tech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 97:53


The Curious Tech podcast featuring Hobie Henning and Devynn Rizo. We chat about technology, robots, 3D printers, photography, or anything else that strikes our fancy. This week we talk about all about the Microsoft Ignite announcements, Surface Laptop SE, Windows 11 SE, Apple Business Essentials, Apple's Right to Repair Change of Heart, Google Pet Portrait, Tesla opening its chargers up to 3rd party vehicles, new EVs from Toyota and Nissan, and of course, Devynn geeks out over the Prusa XL All the Social Things Twitter [@Devynnjcr] http://twitter.com/Devynnjcr Twitter @Hobiehenning http://twitter.com/hobiehenning Picks of the Week Hobie - Metroid Dread https://metroid.nintendo.com/ Devynn - Bose QC45: https://www.bose.com/en_us/products/headphones/noise_cancelling_headphones/quietcomfort-headphones-45.html#v=qc45_black

Office Explorers
Episode 034: Microsoft Ignite with Reed

Office Explorers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 23:39


When we saw all the amazing new things announced at Microsoft Ignite at the top of the month, we promptly ditched our plans for November and pivoted to cover the event. Max and Rob sit down with CMBG's CTO, Reed Wiedower, to discuss the latest and greatest for M365 from Ignite!

Windows Weekly (Video HI)
WW 751: Halle Berry Infinite - Windows 10 21H2, Edge bloat, Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta

Windows Weekly (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 122:05


Windows 10 21H2, Edge bloat, Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta With the rollout of 21H2, Microsoft moves Windows 10 to annual updates Windows 11 Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22504 New Windows 11 Media Player App Appears for Insiders Windows on ARM Microsoft Will Not Bring x64 Emulation to Windows 10 on ARM You Can Now Buy the Snapdragon WOA Mini PC Microsoft Edge Microsoft to Block Windows 11 Browser Workarounds Microsoft Continues to Bog Down Edge with Unnecessary Bloat Developer Microsoft's Windows App SDK 1.0 is available. Will it undo Microsoft's past mistakes? Xbox Surprise! Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta is for Everyone, Available Now Xbox Cloud Gaming Comes to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One Microsoft Adds Over 70 Games to Xbox Backward Compatibility Microsoft Announces More Game Pass Titles for November Microsoft Store on Xbox Now Highlights Game Accessibility Features Xbox Design Lab Adds New Customization Options Microsoft Releases November Xbox Update Tips and picks Tip of the week: Watch our Microsoft Ignite recap with Stephen Rose App pick of the week: Firefox Relay App pick of the week: 1Password Enterprise pick of the week: Big Microsoft cloud reorg today Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft Managed Desktop Plan 1 Beer pick of the week: Founders KBS Espresso Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: plextrac.com/twit BANDWIDTH.COM/WW privacy.com/ww

Windows Weekly (MP3)
WW 751: Halle Berry Infinite - Windows 10 21H2, Edge bloat, Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta

Windows Weekly (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 121:31


Windows 10 21H2, Edge bloat, Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta With the rollout of 21H2, Microsoft moves Windows 10 to annual updates Windows 11 Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22504 New Windows 11 Media Player App Appears for Insiders Windows on ARM Microsoft Will Not Bring x64 Emulation to Windows 10 on ARM You Can Now Buy the Snapdragon WOA Mini PC Microsoft Edge Microsoft to Block Windows 11 Browser Workarounds Microsoft Continues to Bog Down Edge with Unnecessary Bloat Developer Microsoft's Windows App SDK 1.0 is available. Will it undo Microsoft's past mistakes? Xbox Surprise! Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta is for Everyone, Available Now Xbox Cloud Gaming Comes to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One Microsoft Adds Over 70 Games to Xbox Backward Compatibility Microsoft Announces More Game Pass Titles for November Microsoft Store on Xbox Now Highlights Game Accessibility Features Xbox Design Lab Adds New Customization Options Microsoft Releases November Xbox Update Tips and picks Tip of the week: Watch our Microsoft Ignite recap with Stephen Rose App pick of the week: Firefox Relay App pick of the week: 1Password Enterprise pick of the week: Big Microsoft cloud reorg today Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft Managed Desktop Plan 1 Beer pick of the week: Founders KBS Espresso Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: plextrac.com/twit BANDWIDTH.COM/WW privacy.com/ww

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
Windows Weekly 751: Halle Berry Infinite

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 121:31


Windows 10 21H2, Edge bloat, Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta With the rollout of 21H2, Microsoft moves Windows 10 to annual updates Windows 11 Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22504 New Windows 11 Media Player App Appears for Insiders Windows on ARM Microsoft Will Not Bring x64 Emulation to Windows 10 on ARM You Can Now Buy the Snapdragon WOA Mini PC Microsoft Edge Microsoft to Block Windows 11 Browser Workarounds Microsoft Continues to Bog Down Edge with Unnecessary Bloat Developer Microsoft's Windows App SDK 1.0 is available. Will it undo Microsoft's past mistakes? Xbox Surprise! Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta is for Everyone, Available Now Xbox Cloud Gaming Comes to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One Microsoft Adds Over 70 Games to Xbox Backward Compatibility Microsoft Announces More Game Pass Titles for November Microsoft Store on Xbox Now Highlights Game Accessibility Features Xbox Design Lab Adds New Customization Options Microsoft Releases November Xbox Update Tips and picks Tip of the week: Watch our Microsoft Ignite recap with Stephen Rose App pick of the week: Firefox Relay App pick of the week: 1Password Enterprise pick of the week: Big Microsoft cloud reorg today Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft Managed Desktop Plan 1 Beer pick of the week: Founders KBS Espresso Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: plextrac.com/twit BANDWIDTH.COM/WW privacy.com/ww

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
Windows Weekly 751: Halle Berry Infinite

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 122:05


Windows 10 21H2, Edge bloat, Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta With the rollout of 21H2, Microsoft moves Windows 10 to annual updates Windows 11 Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22504 New Windows 11 Media Player App Appears for Insiders Windows on ARM Microsoft Will Not Bring x64 Emulation to Windows 10 on ARM You Can Now Buy the Snapdragon WOA Mini PC Microsoft Edge Microsoft to Block Windows 11 Browser Workarounds Microsoft Continues to Bog Down Edge with Unnecessary Bloat Developer Microsoft's Windows App SDK 1.0 is available. Will it undo Microsoft's past mistakes? Xbox Surprise! Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta is for Everyone, Available Now Xbox Cloud Gaming Comes to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One Microsoft Adds Over 70 Games to Xbox Backward Compatibility Microsoft Announces More Game Pass Titles for November Microsoft Store on Xbox Now Highlights Game Accessibility Features Xbox Design Lab Adds New Customization Options Microsoft Releases November Xbox Update Tips and picks Tip of the week: Watch our Microsoft Ignite recap with Stephen Rose App pick of the week: Firefox Relay App pick of the week: 1Password Enterprise pick of the week: Big Microsoft cloud reorg today Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft Managed Desktop Plan 1 Beer pick of the week: Founders KBS Espresso Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: plextrac.com/twit BANDWIDTH.COM/WW privacy.com/ww

Radio Leo (Audio)
Windows Weekly 751: Halle Berry Infinite

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 121:31


Windows 10 21H2, Edge bloat, Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta With the rollout of 21H2, Microsoft moves Windows 10 to annual updates Windows 11 Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22504 New Windows 11 Media Player App Appears for Insiders Windows on ARM Microsoft Will Not Bring x64 Emulation to Windows 10 on ARM You Can Now Buy the Snapdragon WOA Mini PC Microsoft Edge Microsoft to Block Windows 11 Browser Workarounds Microsoft Continues to Bog Down Edge with Unnecessary Bloat Developer Microsoft's Windows App SDK 1.0 is available. Will it undo Microsoft's past mistakes? Xbox Surprise! Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta is for Everyone, Available Now Xbox Cloud Gaming Comes to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One Microsoft Adds Over 70 Games to Xbox Backward Compatibility Microsoft Announces More Game Pass Titles for November Microsoft Store on Xbox Now Highlights Game Accessibility Features Xbox Design Lab Adds New Customization Options Microsoft Releases November Xbox Update Tips and picks Tip of the week: Watch our Microsoft Ignite recap with Stephen Rose App pick of the week: Firefox Relay App pick of the week: 1Password Enterprise pick of the week: Big Microsoft cloud reorg today Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft Managed Desktop Plan 1 Beer pick of the week: Founders KBS Espresso Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: plextrac.com/twit BANDWIDTH.COM/WW privacy.com/ww

UCStatus Podcast
UCStatus Podcast Episode 36: Best of Microsoft Ignite 2021

UCStatus Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 56:19


Hello Readers, I hope you’re well. Welcome to Episode 36 of the UCStatus Podcast. This episode features me (@randychapman) & Mark Vale (@MarkVale83) and Shawn Harry (@shawnharry). This week our chat follows hot on the heels of the recent Microsoft Ignite conference, November 2nd to 4th 2021. If you didn’t attend any of the sessions […]

The Azure Security Podcast
MS Ignite Security Highlights

The Azure Security Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 27:50


In this episode we chat with Abbas Kudrati about the latest security news and announcements from the recent Microsoft Ignite event. There were numerous announcement including naming changes for some of the products you know and love.

Microsoft Cloud Show
Episode 435 | Microsoft Ignite 2021 - Microsoft Azure Recap

Microsoft Cloud Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 41:18


Tune in to episode 435, the second of two episodes where AC & CJ look back at the recent Microsoft Ignite 2021 virtual conference! In this episode, we look at Microsoft Azure-related topics! Last week in episode 434 we took a look at Microsoft 365-related news.What’s New with Microsoft 365 Introducing Feedback for Microsoft 365 News MICROSOFT IGNITE BOOK OF NEWS Microsoft Ignite 2021 Azure Cosmos DB Blog Introducing Azure Container Apps: a serverless container service for running modern apps at scale Azure Logic Apps Announcement - Fall 2021 Release Import a WebSocket API Azure Web PubSub Identity at Ignite: Strengthen resilience with identity innovations in Azure AD Announcing the Public Preview of Azure Chaos Studio queryLanguage Ignite 2021: New releases for Azure Communication Services designed to enhance customer experiences Powering all your applications from cloud to edge with Azure infrastructure Picks AC’s Pick James Webb Space Telescope Launch and Deployment CJ’s Pick “Learn and Test DMARC” console

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Review. Recap. Re-Ignite.

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 43:44


The news firehose of Microsoft Ignite has been capped, and now it's time for the recap to re-Ignite your synapses on all that was disclosed. Join Mark and Chris as they walk though tons of announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2021 across SharePoint, OneDrive, Microsoft Viva, Loop, Syntex, Lists, admin, security and more. There's a whole lot coming in the months ahead to improve your content and collaboration, with marked enhancements for employee experiences.  Mark Kashman |@mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty |@cmcnulty2000 [co-host]  SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog  Microsoft Lists | Resource center | Adoption | Posts within Microsoft 365 community blog Microsoft Loop  Resources: "Microsoft Viva is now generally available to help transform your hybrid work experience" by Seth Patton Microsoft Ignite 'Book of News' 2021 Microsoft Ignite 'ODSPV Guide' (list of related blogs, sessions, and more:  Microsoft Lists resource center Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Listen and subscribe to other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts Upcoming Events: Microsoft Tech Community Live: Microsoft Viva Edition - a video AMA (Nov.16.2021 8am-12pm PST) Teams Day Online (Nov.17.2021) European Collaboration Summit (Nov.29 - Oct. 1.2021) Microsoft 365 Collaboration Conference - Vegas (Dec.7-9.2021) 365 EduCon - DC (formerly SP Fest) (Dec.12-16.2021) 365 EduCon - Dallas (formerly SP Fest) (Jan.31-Feb.4.2021) Follow and subscribe to The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone

BIFocal - Clarifying Business Intelligence
Episode 211 - Interview with Shane Young

BIFocal - Clarifying Business Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 39:30


This is episode 211 recorded on November 10th, 2021 where John & Jason talk Shane Young, Principal Consultant at PowerApps911, Power Apps MVP, and YouTube Sensation, about Microsoft Power Apps, Microsoft Dataverse, and some of the announcements made at Microsoft Ignite around the Power Platform stack. For show notes please visit www.bifocal.show

Knee-deep in Tech
Episode 164 - Microsoft Ignite Special

Knee-deep in Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 56:03


In this Microsoft Ignite Special, the trio remember in-person events, Toni's love for Microsoft Ignite (and hate for the wam weather) and cover several exciting news items covering a wide variety of subjects! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Chad Prather Show
Ep 540 | Microsoft Goes FULL Woke Mode & the Genderbread Person Is Confusing | Guest: Arielle Scarcella

The Chad Prather Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 47:58


Microsoft has a new mode: “Full Woke.” Last week during the Microsoft Ignite 2021 conference, the internet MOCKED the company for woke corporate introductions about land acknowledgements, pronouns, and race. Is this the new normal? As more information from Virginia voters is coming out, Telemundo News interviews a Hispanic voter who blames President Biden for turning him “into a Republican.” CNN airs a segment of an Afghan father selling his 9-year-old daughter to a 55-year-old man due to economic conditions in Afghanistan. Where are the feminists? The woke mob is going after Aaron Rodgers for not getting the blah blah and after actor Chris Pratt for calling his daughter “healthy.” Arielle Scarcella joins Chad Prather to talk the Genderbread test and how to survive cancel culture. Today's Sponsors: Protect your most valuable asset. Go to http://HomeTitleLock.com and register your address to see if you're already a victim. And use promo code RADIO for 30 free days of protection. From now until Thanksgiving, you can see the difference yourself with 60% OFF on Genucel Packages. Just go to http://lovegenucel.com/WATCHCHAD Order now and express shipping is free. Dry fire training will help develop muscle memory, sharpen target reaction speed, sight alignment, trigger function, and more. Go to http://itargetpro.com right now, and SAVE 10% PLUS, GET FREE SHIPPING with the offer code CHAD.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Microsoft Cloud Show
Episode 434 | Microsoft Ignite 2021 Microsoft 365 Recap

Microsoft Cloud Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 48:55


Tune in to episode 434, the first of two episodes where AC & CJ look back at the recent Microsoft Ignite 2021 virtual conference! In this episode, we look at the keynotes as well as Microsoft 365 & Modern Work-related topics! Next week we'll dive into all the Azure news!News MICROSOFT IGNITE BOOK OF NEWS Microsoft Ignite 2021 What's new in Microsoft 365—How we're empowering everyone for a new world of hybrid work Microsoft Viva is now generally available to help transform your hybrid work experience What's new in Microsoft 365—How we're empowering everyone for a new world of hybrid work Microsoft Ignite Fall 2021: Innovations coming to Microsoft Teams What's New in Microsoft Teams | October 2021 New Power Platform capabilities announced at Microsoft Ignite What's new for Office Add-ins at Ignite 2021 Microsoft Graph @ Ignite 2021 Picks AC’s Pick Drunk Turkish man spends hours helping search party hunting for missing person without realizing it’s HIM CJ’s Pick Starbase Tour with Elon Musk [PART 1]

365 Message Center Show
Q&A in Teams, Office.com update, Manager Insights from Viva - #218

365 Message Center Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 33:26


It's always interesting to see what lands in the Message Center during and after Microsoft Ignite. Sometimes we see products and features announced that appear in the Message Center shortly after the announcement. Like the Office.com updates this week. Changes to the landing page and new ways to search your recent content using the 'My Content' view. Other announcements tease you availability in 'Quarter-something next year'. Let's step back from the #MSIgnite excitement for a moment and take a look at changes landing nowish and soonish.     In this episode:     Stream Messages     Stream on SharePoint - Viewership Retention     Teams Messages     - Chat with users with Teams personal accounts     - Multi-language Teams meeting invite control     - Expanded reactions in Microsoft Teams     - Q&A in Teams, now in Public Preview     Microsoft 365 Service Messages     - Office.com updates     Viva Message     - Viva insights Manager insights     Call-Back - Available today. The fastest call-back ever on the show.     - Q&A in Teams, now in Public Preview        Join Daniel Glenn and Darrell as a Service Webster as they cover the latest messages in the Microsoft 365 Message Center.   Follow us!   Twitter - Facebook - LinkedIn Check out Daniel and Darrell's own YouTube channels at:     Daniel - https://DanielGlenn.com/YT Darrell - https://www.youtube.com/modernworkplacescenarios   

Techspansive
117. Why Macs are cars, Microsoft out-metaverses Meta, and American digital services exit China

Techspansive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 33:02


We discuss Apple's take on why the perpetually exposed iPhone must remain closed to sideloaded apps while the Mac is open to them. Pus, at Microsoft Ignite, the software giant shoots back at just-minted Meta with its own plans to deliver the metaverse to businesses and consumers. We discuss the implications of Microsoft's metaverse play as well as its new app, Microsoft Loop, which takes on Google Workspace with a dynamic collaboration layer in Teams. Finally, we look at the latest American companies and digital properties to leave the Chinese market, citing compliance challenges, and the ripple effect on the splintering internet. Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they dig deep into tech news in every episode of Techspansive!

Microsoft Security Insights
076: Microsoft Ignite

Microsoft Security Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 59:33


Show Links: Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/microsoftsecurityinsights Discord: https://discord.gg/thCAR7RMUe  

Datascape Podcast
Episode 50 - Recapping The Fall 2021 Microsoft Ignite Virtual Conference

Datascape Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 58:05


In this episode Warner, Fabiano and Luan recap the data related announcements of the Microsoft Ignite Fall 2021 conference: SQL 2022, new Azure SQL and Synapse Analytics features and more.

Microsoft Roadmap Roundup
Back to the Basics and Microsoft Ignite Summary | Season 2 Episode 40 EN

Microsoft Roadmap Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 5:21


Today there is a lot to cover! OneDrive, Microsoft Teams, Mesh for Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Loop and lots of news from the Microsoft Ignite conference. So sit back, listen for about 5 minutes and you are guaranteed a smile. I'm almost sure of that :) More as always at my site afrait.com

Microsoft Roadmap Roundup
Zurück zu den Grundlagen und Microsoft Ignite Zusammenfassung | Season 2 Episode 40 DE

Microsoft Roadmap Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 5:19


Heute gibt es einiges im Programm! OneDrive, Microsoft Teams, Mesh für Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Loop und viele Neuigkeiten von der Microsoft Ignite Konferenz. Somit zurücklehnen, 5 Minuten zuhören und Schmunzelgarantie ist gegeben. Da bin ich fast sicher :) Mehr auf afrait.com

The Six Five with Patrick Moorhead and Daniel Newman
Ep101: We are LIVE! talking Qualcomm, SkyWorks, Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, Dell Tech, and VMware

The Six Five with Patrick Moorhead and Daniel Newman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 41:52


Leading global tech analysts Patrick Moorhead (Moor Insights & Strategy) and Daniel Newman (Futurum Research) are front and center on The Six Five analyzing the tech industry's biggest news each and every week and also conducting interviews with tech industry "insiders" on a regular basis.    The Six Five represents six (6) handpicked topics that will be covered for five (5) minutes each.    Welcome to this week's edition of “The 6-5.” I'm Patrick Moorhead with Moor Insights & Strategy, co-host, joined by Daniel Newman with Futurum Research. On this week's show we will be talking:   Qualcomm Earnings $QCOM https://twitter.com/PatrickMoorhead/status/1456005521656451082?s=20 https://futurumresearch.com/research-notes/qualcomms-fiscal-wraps-q4-with-strong-growth-across-its-segments/  https://twitter.com/YahooFinance/status/1456002621173608452?s=20    SkyWorks Earnings $SWKS  https://www.skyworksinc.com/ https://twitter.com/PatrickMoorhead/status/1456369121294266377?t=sf0oDzKrutOitVM7-OMcDA&s=19 https://investors.skyworksinc.com/news-releases/news-release-details/skyworks-reports-q4-and-full-year-fy21-results  https://www.techinsights.com/blog/teardown/apple-iphone-13-pro-teardown    Microsoft Ignite 2021 https://twitter.com/PatrickMoorhead/status/1455233566086926337?s=20   Oracle LIVE Analytics and AI Event https://www.oracle.com/news/announcement/oracle-fusion-scm-analytics-helps-organizations-build-resilient-supply-chains-improved-visibility-2021-11-02/  https://www.oracle.com/events/live/applications/nov-2021/?source=:ow:lp:pt::::RC_WWMK210817P00091:OLSeriesWebPage&intcmp=:ow:lp:pt::::RC_WWMK210817P00091:OLSeriesWebPage  https://youtu.be/R3FUoPgJJMU    IBM-Kyndryl Spin Off https://youtu.be/x92prDpJ-BE  https://newsroom.ibm.com/2021-11-03-IBM-Completes-the-Separation-of-Kyndryl    Dell+VMware Spin Out https://news.vmware.com/releases/vmware-announces-completion-of-spin-off-from-dell-technologies  https://investors.delltechnologies.com/news-releases/news-release-details/dell-technologies-announces-completion-vmware-spin    Disclaimer: This show is for information and entertainment purposes only. While we will discuss publicly traded companies on this show. The contents of this show should not be taken as investment advice. 

BIFocal - Clarifying Business Intelligence
Episode 210 - Power BI News Update 210 - Microsoft Ignite Fall 2021 News

BIFocal - Clarifying Business Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 36:34


This is episode 210 recorded on November 3rd, 2021 where John & Jason talk about the latest news announced at and around Microsoft Ignite Fall 2021 including Azure Chaos Studio, Power BI Teams App goes GA, and Hybrid tables - coming "this year". For show notes please visit www.bifocal.show

Rebel News +
EZRA LEVANT | I want to show you the wokest company in the world — you're going to be embarrassed for them

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 47:39


On tonight's show, we'll break down a video from Microsoft Ignite. I don't know what that is. Because my head is being filled with things that would make a first year grievance studies class at university think: you guys are going too far.

Hope This Helps - A Tech Podcast
HTH0041: This is Commander Bezos' Land

Hope This Helps - A Tech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 65:52


Microsoft Ignite 2021 hot takes! Multi-Cloud MultiBall, Loop, Teams, Viva, PowerShell install variations, and Zune on macOS! Extended show notes available at https://hthpc.com ===Boot-up=== We help this hopes ===Microsoft Ignite 21H2=== Defender madness - so many confusing name changes! Multi-Cloud MultiBall "Now, native support for multicloud environments is available through the extension of Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) and Cloud Workload Protection capabilities to Amazon Web Services (AWS)."…Do other clouds actually want Microsoft to butt in? Actual quote from someone (Mary Jo Foley?) at Microsoft: "It's like a Big Mac: Have it Your Way" Tiff's experience working at Wendy's LOOP THERE IT IS Does it replace OneNote?? (No) Does it replace Whiteboard? (Maybe?) Clarification: Loop is an Office app. The feature imparity between Windows and Mac versions of certain Office apps MS Roadmap updated and has moved MS Teams connect to March 2022, I just want shared channels. Speed/ease of use - When people choose illogical/unexpected solutions Remember Viva? PowerShell's store version versus the standalone MSI version Frustrating differences between them VS Code integration for Store version is off Running as a different user can get hairy Just install the MSI version, the Store version is annoying Installing PowerShell on macOS via HomeBrew is fantastic ===This is the way=== Microsoft presents for a long time about why passwords suck Types of Passwordless auth Unlock your Mac with your Apple Watch iOS Security Guide - Page 8 - Passcode supersedes biometrics at first boot Are passwords and policies truly worthless? Counterpoint: They have their place in the correct use cases. ===State of the Zunion=== Steve's attempts to get Zune working on macOS Big Sur --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Sarah Lean's Weekly Update Podcast
Weekly Update #115 - The Microsoft Ignite Roundup Edition

Sarah Lean's Weekly Update Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 8:51


Join me as I look back at the news announcements from Microsoft Ignite! If you'd like to support me creating video and audio content please consider "buying me a coffee" https://www.buymeacoffee.com/techielass My video graphics were created by the awesome Krist McKenna from Ratworks Music by https://www.bensound.com and https://youtube.com/ikson

Software Defined Talk
Episode 328: Your MOM is a SaaS

Software Defined Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 62:00


This week we discuss HashiCorp's S1, AWS Earnings and highlights from Microsoft Ignite. Plus, Coté teaches us a new Dutch phrase. Rundown Cloud software vendor HashiCorp files for IPO as investors pour money into high-growth tech stocks (https://www.cnbc.com/2021/11/04/cloud-software-vendor-hashicorp-files-for-ipo.htmlCot) Coté's highlights (https://twitter.com/cote/status/1456344043433177091). Understanding the 2021 State of Open Source Report (https://tanzu.vmware.com/content/blog/state-of-open-source-report-highlights) Amazon Amazon badly misses on earnings and revenue, gives disappointing fourth-quarter guidance (https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/28/amazon-amzn-earnings-q3-2021.html) Amazon Web Services tops analysts' estimates on profit and revenue (https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/28/aws-earnings-q3-2021.html) Amazon Is The Flywheel, AWS Is The Cash Register (https://www.nextplatform.com/2021/10/29/amazon-is-the-flywheel-aws-is-the-cash-register/) A fully functional local AWS cloud stack. Develop and test your cloud & Serverless apps offline! (https://github.com/localstack/localstack) Your hybrid, multicloud, and edge strategy just got better with Azure (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/your-hybrid-multicloud-and-edge-strategy-just-got-better-with-azure/) Compliance in a DevOps Culture (https://martinfowler.com/articles/devops-compliance.html) Relevant to your interests Abacus.ai snags $50M Series C as it expands into computer vision use cases (https://techcrunch.com/2021/10/27/abacus-ai-snags-50m-series-c-as-it-expands-into-computer-vision-use-cases/) NeuVector is excited to announce we are joining SUSE (https://www.suse.com/c/accelerating-security-innovation/) Monitor Your Azure Environment Using Amazon Managed Grafana (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5z4ysfz_gA) Facebook's new name will be Meta (https://www.theverge.com/2021/10/28/22745234/facebook-new-name-meta-metaverse-zuckerberg-rebrand) New product: Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W on sale now at $15 - Raspberry Pi (https://www.raspberrypi.com/news/new-raspberry-pi-zero-2-w-2/) Universal Search & Productivity App | Command E (https://getcommande.com/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axiosprorata&stream=top) Software services firm Zendesk to buy SurveyMonkey parent for nearly $4 bln (https://www.reuters.com/technology/software-services-firm-zendesk-buy-surveymonkey-parent-nearly-4-bln-2021-10-28/) Kalshi (https://kalshi.com/markets) Popular gaming platform Roblox back online after multi-day crash (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/popular-gaming-platform-roblox-suffers-multi-day-crash-01635713002) Dell spins off $64 billion VMware as it battles debt hangover (https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2021/11/dell-spins-off-64-billion-vmware-as-it-battles-debt-hangover/) BMC Unveils New Data Management and Analytics Capabilities (https://thenewstack.io/bmc-helix-and-control-m-data-management-and-analytics/) Squid Game Cryptocurrency Scammers Make Off With $2.1 Million (https://gizmodo.com/squid-game-cryptocurrency-scammers-make-off-with-2-1-m-1847972824) AI programming tool Copilot helps write up to 30% of code on GitHub (https://www.axios.com/copilot-artificial-intelligence-coding-github-9a202f40-9af7-4786-9dcb-b678683b360f.html) Introducing the Free Java License (https://blogs.oracle.com/java/post/free-java-license) Backblaze's IPO a test for smaller tech concerns (https://techcrunch.com/2021/11/02/backblazes-ipo-a-test-for-smaller-tech-concerns/) Happy 1.0, Knative (https://off-by-one.dev/happy-1-0-knative/) A Return to the General Purpose Database (https://redmonk.com/sogrady/2021/10/26/general-purpose-database/) Microsoft Teams enters the metaverse race with 3D avatars and immersive meetings (https://www.theverge.com/e/22523015) Nat Friedman to step down as head of Microsoft's GitHub (https://www.zdnet.com/article/nat-friedman-to-step-down-as-head-of-microsofts-github/) Microsoft launches Google Wave (https://techcrunch.com/2021/11/02/microsoft-launches-google-wave/) Nonsense Apple's worst shipping delay is for a $19 polishing cloth — Engadget (https://apple.news/A5hFyYAq3RgG35nJT1AX6bA) Aussie++ (https://aussieplusplus.vercel.app/) Microsoft resurrects Clippy again after brutally killing him off in Microsoft Teams (https://www.theverge.com/2021/11/1/22756973/microsoft-clippy-microsoft-teams-stickers-return) Allbirds shares surge 60% in eco-friendly shoe maker's market debut (https://www.cnbc.com/2021/11/03/allbirds-ipo-bird-to-start-trading-on-the-nasdaq.html) Sponsors strongDM — Manage and audit remote access to infrastructure. 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Send your postal address to stickers@softwaredefinedtalk.com (mailto:stickers@softwaredefinedtalk.com) and we will send you free laptop stickers! Follow us on Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/sdtpodcast), Twitter (https://twitter.com/softwaredeftalk), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/softwaredefinedtalk/), LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/software-defined-talk/) and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi3OJPV6h9tp-hbsGBLGsDQ/featured). Brandon built the Quick Concall iPhone App (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/quick-concall/id1399948033?mt=823) and he wants you to buy it for $0.99. Use the code SDT to get $20 off Coté's book, (https://leanpub.com/digitalwtf/c/sdt) Digital WTF (https://leanpub.com/digitalwtf/c/sdt), so $5 total. Become a sponsor of Software Defined Talk (https://www.softwaredefinedtalk.com/ads)! 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5bytespodcast
Microsoft Ignite 2021 Highlights, 2 Chrome Zero Days, Win11 Issues & More

5bytespodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 30:44


On this week's episode of the podcast I go pretty deep on highlights from the many announcements made during Ignite 2021, I talk about 2 new Chrome Zero Days and much more! Reference Links: https://www.rorymon.com/blog/episode-201-microsoft-ignite-2021-highlights-2-chrome-zero-days-win11-issues-more/

TWiT Bits (MP3)
WW Clip: Mesh for Microsoft Teams & the Metaverse

TWiT Bits (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 12:55


At its Fall Ignite event, Microsoft previewed Mesh for Microsoft Teams, a set of tools that will allow users to meet in virtual space (i.e. the Metaverse). Full episode at twit.tv/ww749 Hosts: Mikah Sargent, Paul Thurrott, and Mary Jo Foley You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/

TWiT Bits (Video HD)
WW Clip: Mesh for Microsoft Teams & the Metaverse

TWiT Bits (Video HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 12:59


At its Fall Ignite event, Microsoft previewed Mesh for Microsoft Teams, a set of tools that will allow users to meet in virtual space (i.e. the Metaverse). Full episode at twit.tv/ww749 Hosts: Mikah Sargent, Paul Thurrott, and Mary Jo Foley You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/

Windows Weekly (MP3)
WW 749: A Demi-Skosh of Windows News - Microsoft Ignite - Mesh, Loop, and more!

Windows Weekly (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 111:56


Microsoft Ignite - Mesh, Loop, and more! Microsoft to extend its 'enterprise metaverse' strategy with Mesh for Teams Microsoft Ignite: The Fluid Framework Gets Loopy Microsoft Ignite Fall 2021: Innovations coming to Microsoft Teams Microsoft introduces Loop: A new collaboration tool built on Fluid Framework Microsoft Ignite: The Fluid Framework Gets Loopy Microsoft Ignite: More News from the Show Microsoft is adding more AI smarts and other new tools to Office Microsoft's Edge browser for Linux is now available for all users Microsoft to release 'Defender for Business' platform Microsoft Ignite Book of News Windows 11 Windows 11 is Already on 5 Percent of PCs New Windows 11 Build Previews MSA Settings Interface Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22494 | Windows Insider Blog Surface Microsoft Surface Pro 8 Review Xbox Microsoft Highlights First Xbox Game Pass Titles for November Microsoft Announces Games with Gold for November Tips and picks Tip of the week: Make a DIY Edgebrook (ChrEdgebook?) App pick of the week: Start11 Enterprise pick of the week: SQL Server 2022, Power Apps Connector for Microsoft Access (preview) Developer pick of the week: VS 2022, .NET 6 launches next week Beer pick of the week: Finback Red Velvet (barrel aged) Hosts: Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott, and Mikah Sargent Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: Melissa.com/twit itpro.tv/windows use code WW30 akamai.com/ww

Windows Weekly (Video HI)
WW 749: A Demi-Skosh of Windows News - Microsoft Ignite - Mesh, Loop, and more!

Windows Weekly (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 112:27


Microsoft Ignite - Mesh, Loop, and more! Microsoft to extend its 'enterprise metaverse' strategy with Mesh for Teams Microsoft Ignite: The Fluid Framework Gets Loopy Microsoft Ignite Fall 2021: Innovations coming to Microsoft Teams Microsoft introduces Loop: A new collaboration tool built on Fluid Framework Microsoft Ignite: The Fluid Framework Gets Loopy Microsoft Ignite: More News from the Show Microsoft is adding more AI smarts and other new tools to Office Microsoft's Edge browser for Linux is now available for all users Microsoft to release 'Defender for Business' platform Microsoft Ignite Book of News Windows 11 Windows 11 is Already on 5 Percent of PCs New Windows 11 Build Previews MSA Settings Interface Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22494 | Windows Insider Blog Surface Microsoft Surface Pro 8 Review Xbox Microsoft Highlights First Xbox Game Pass Titles for November Microsoft Announces Games with Gold for November Tips and picks Tip of the week: Make a DIY Edgebrook (ChrEdgebook?) App pick of the week: Start11 Enterprise pick of the week: SQL Server 2022, Power Apps Connector for Microsoft Access (preview) Developer pick of the week: VS 2022, .NET 6 launches next week Beer pick of the week: Finback Red Velvet (barrel aged) Hosts: Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott, and Mikah Sargent Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: Melissa.com/twit itpro.tv/windows use code WW30 akamai.com/ww

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
Windows Weekly 749: A Demi-Skosh of Windows News

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 112:27


Microsoft Ignite - Mesh, Loop, and more! Microsoft to extend its 'enterprise metaverse' strategy with Mesh for Teams Microsoft Ignite: The Fluid Framework Gets Loopy Microsoft Ignite Fall 2021: Innovations coming to Microsoft Teams Microsoft introduces Loop: A new collaboration tool built on Fluid Framework Microsoft Ignite: The Fluid Framework Gets Loopy Microsoft Ignite: More News from the Show Microsoft is adding more AI smarts and other new tools to Office Microsoft's Edge browser for Linux is now available for all users Microsoft to release 'Defender for Business' platform Microsoft Ignite Book of News Windows 11 Windows 11 is Already on 5 Percent of PCs New Windows 11 Build Previews MSA Settings Interface Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22494 | Windows Insider Blog Surface Microsoft Surface Pro 8 Review Xbox Microsoft Highlights First Xbox Game Pass Titles for November Microsoft Announces Games with Gold for November Tips and picks Tip of the week: Make a DIY Edgebrook (ChrEdgebook?) App pick of the week: Start11 Enterprise pick of the week: SQL Server 2022, Power Apps Connector for Microsoft Access (preview) Developer pick of the week: VS 2022, .NET 6 launches next week Beer pick of the week: Finback Red Velvet (barrel aged) Hosts: Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott, and Mikah Sargent Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: Melissa.com/twit itpro.tv/windows use code WW30 akamai.com/ww

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
Windows Weekly 749: A Demi-Skosh of Windows News

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 111:56


Microsoft Ignite - Mesh, Loop, and more! Microsoft to extend its 'enterprise metaverse' strategy with Mesh for Teams Microsoft Ignite: The Fluid Framework Gets Loopy Microsoft Ignite Fall 2021: Innovations coming to Microsoft Teams Microsoft introduces Loop: A new collaboration tool built on Fluid Framework Microsoft Ignite: The Fluid Framework Gets Loopy Microsoft Ignite: More News from the Show Microsoft is adding more AI smarts and other new tools to Office Microsoft's Edge browser for Linux is now available for all users Microsoft to release 'Defender for Business' platform Microsoft Ignite Book of News Windows 11 Windows 11 is Already on 5 Percent of PCs New Windows 11 Build Previews MSA Settings Interface Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22494 | Windows Insider Blog Surface Microsoft Surface Pro 8 Review Xbox Microsoft Highlights First Xbox Game Pass Titles for November Microsoft Announces Games with Gold for November Tips and picks Tip of the week: Make a DIY Edgebrook (ChrEdgebook?) App pick of the week: Start11 Enterprise pick of the week: SQL Server 2022, Power Apps Connector for Microsoft Access (preview) Developer pick of the week: VS 2022, .NET 6 launches next week Beer pick of the week: Finback Red Velvet (barrel aged) Hosts: Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott, and Mikah Sargent Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: Melissa.com/twit itpro.tv/windows use code WW30 akamai.com/ww

Total Mikah (Video)
Windows Weekly 749: A Demi-Skosh of Windows News

Total Mikah (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 112:27


Microsoft Ignite - Mesh, Loop, and more! Microsoft to extend its 'enterprise metaverse' strategy with Mesh for Teams Microsoft Ignite: The Fluid Framework Gets Loopy Microsoft Ignite Fall 2021: Innovations coming to Microsoft Teams Microsoft introduces Loop: A new collaboration tool built on Fluid Framework Microsoft Ignite: The Fluid Framework Gets Loopy Microsoft Ignite: More News from the Show Microsoft is adding more AI smarts and other new tools to Office Microsoft's Edge browser for Linux is now available for all users Microsoft to release 'Defender for Business' platform Microsoft Ignite Book of News Windows 11 Windows 11 is Already on 5 Percent of PCs New Windows 11 Build Previews MSA Settings Interface Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22494 | Windows Insider Blog Surface Microsoft Surface Pro 8 Review Xbox Microsoft Highlights First Xbox Game Pass Titles for November Microsoft Announces Games with Gold for November Tips and picks Tip of the week: Make a DIY Edgebrook (ChrEdgebook?) App pick of the week: Start11 Enterprise pick of the week: SQL Server 2022, Power Apps Connector for Microsoft Access (preview) Developer pick of the week: VS 2022, .NET 6 launches next week Beer pick of the week: Finback Red Velvet (barrel aged) Hosts: Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott, and Mikah Sargent Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: Melissa.com/twit itpro.tv/windows use code WW30 akamai.com/ww

Power Platform y Amigos
Noticias Octubre 2021

Power Platform y Amigos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 61:27


Este mes repasaremos los siguientes temas: - Microsoft Ignite 2021 - Cambios de Licenciamiento en Power Platform - Comunidad, Eventos y mucho mucho mas

Ctrl+Alt+Azure
106 - Digesting announcements from Microsoft Ignite in November 2021

Ctrl+Alt+Azure

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 57:48


Microsoft Ignite site (Microsoft) Defender for Cloud Apps trial sign-up App Governance trial sign-up Azure Container Apps (Microsoft) Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps (Microsoft) Jussi's recap of the keynotes (Rencore) Pay as you go model for Power Apps (Microsoft) Logic Apps updates (Microsoft)

Daily Tech News Show (Video)
Defining the Metaverse – DTNS 4144

Daily Tech News Show (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021


Microsoft Ignite starts up this week and we go over all the updates and service announcements from the Redmond based company. VP of Alex explains why he wants you to talk to your Echo smart speaker less. And is there really something to Facebook’s Metaverse concept? Starring Tom Merritt, Nate Lanxon, Roger Chang, Joe, Amos MP3 Download Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org Follow us on Twitter Instgram YouTube and Twitch Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. Subscribe through Apple Podcasts. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or to give as little as 10 cents a day on Patreon, Thank you! Become a Patron! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods Jack_Shid and KAPT_Kipper on the subreddit Send to email to feedback@dailytechnewsshow.com Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!

Tech&Co
Xavier Perret, directeur de l'entité Azure chez Microsoft France – 02/11

Tech&Co

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 10:48


Xavier Perret, directeur de l'entité Azure chez Microsoft France, était l'invité de François Sorel dans Tech & Co, ce mardi 2 novembre. Il est revenu sur le Microsoft Ignite 2021, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au jeudi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Daily Tech News Show
Defining the Metaverse - DTNS 4144

Daily Tech News Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 33:01


Microsoft Ignite starts up this week and we go over all the updates and service announcements from the Redmond based company. VP of Alex explains why he wants you to talk to your Echo smart speaker less. And is there really something to Facebook's Metaverse concept?Starring Tom Merritt, Nate Lanxon, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

NZ Tech Podcast
NZ Tech Podcast - Paul Spain and Stephen Phillips

NZ Tech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 39:25


Squid Game cryptocurrency, US Treasury tracks $7.3B ransomware, guns on robot dogs, Surface Pro 8 hands-on, plus highlights from Microsoft Ignite 2021, and more. 

Screaming in the Cloud
At the Helm of Starship EDB with Ed Boyajian

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 35:46


About EdEd Boyajian, President and CEO of EDB, drives the development and execution of EDB's strategic vision and growth strategy in the database industry, steering the company through 47 consecutive quarters of recurring revenue growth. He also led EDB's acquisition of 2ndQuadrant, a deal that brought together the world's top PostgreSQL experts and positioned EDB as the largest dedicated provider of PostgreSQL products and solutions worldwide. A 15+ year veteran of the open source software movement, Ed is a seasoned enterprise software executive who emphasizes that EDB must be a technology-first business in order to lead the open source data management ecosystem. Ed joined EDB in 2008 after serving at Red Hat, where he rose to Vice President and General Manager of North America. While there, he played a central leadership role in the development of the modern business model for bringing open source to enterprises.Links:EDB: https://enterprisedb.com TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by Honeycomb. When production is running slow, it's hard to know where problems originate: is it your application code, users, or the underlying systems? I've got five bucks on DNS, personally. Why scroll through endless dashboards, while dealing with alert floods, going from tool to tool to tool that you employ, guessing at which puzzle pieces matter? Context switching and tool sprawl are slowly killing both your team and your business. You should care more about one of those than the other, which one is up to you. Drop the separate pillars and enter a world of getting one unified understanding of the one thing driving your business: production. With Honeycomb, you guess less and know more. Try it for free at Honeycomb.io/screaminginthecloud. Observability, it's more than just hipster monitoring. Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Jellyfish. So, you're sitting in front of your office chair, bleary eyed, parked in front of a powerpoint and—oh my sweet feathery Jesus its the night before the board meeting, because of course it is! As you slot that crappy screenshot of traffic light colored excel tables into your deck, or sift through endless spreadsheets looking for just the right data set, have you ever wondered, why is it that sales and marketing get all this shiny, awesome analytics and inside tools? Whereas, engineering basically gets left with the dregs. Well, the founders of Jellyfish certainly did. That's why they created the Jellyfish Engineering Management Platform, but don't you dare call it JEMP! Designed to make it simple to analyze your engineering organization, Jellyfish ingests signals from your tech stack. Including JIRA, Git, and collaborative tools. Yes, depressing to think of those things as your tech stack but this is 2021. They use that to create a model that accurately reflects just how the breakdown of engineering work aligns with your wider business objectives. In other words, it translates from code into spreadsheet. When you have to explain what you're doing from an engineering perspective to people whose primary IDE is Microsoft Powerpoint, consider Jellyfish. Thats Jellyfish.co and tell them Corey sent you! Watch for the wince, thats my favorite part. Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. Today's promoted episode is a treasure and a delight. Longtime listeners of this show know that it's not really a database—unless of course, it's Route 53—and of course, I don't solve pronunciation problems with answers that make absolutely everyone hate me. Longtime listeners of the show know that if there's one thing I adore when it comes to databases—you know, other than Route 53—it is solving pronunciation holy wars in such a way that absolutely everyone is furious with me as a result, and today is no exception. My guest is Ed Boyajian, the CEO of EDB, a company that effectively is the driving force behind the Postgres-squeal database. Ed, thank you for joining me.Ed: Hey, Corey.Corey: So, I know that other people pronounce it ‘post-gree,' ‘Postgresql,' ‘Postgres-Q-L,' all kinds of other things. We know it's decidedly not ‘Postgres-squeal,' which is how I go for it. How do you pronounce it?Ed: We say ‘Postgres,' and this is one of the great branding challenges this fantastic open-source project has endured over many years.Corey: So, I want to start at the very beginning because when I say that you folks are the driving force behind Postgres—or Postgres-squeal—I mean it. I've encountered folks from EDB—formerly EnterpriseDB—in the wild in consulting engagements before, and it's great because whenever we found an intractable database problem, back at my hands-on keyboard engineering implementation days, very quickly after you folks got involved, it stopped being a problem, which is kind of the entire point. A lot of companies will get up there and say, “Oh, it's an open-source project,” with an asterisk next to it and 15 other things that follow from it, or, “Now, we're changing our license so the big companies can't compete with us.” Your company's not named after Postgres-squeal and you're also—when you say you have people working on it, we're not talking just one or two folks; your fingerprints are all over the codebase. How do you engage with an open-source project in that sense?Ed: First and foremost, Postgres itself is, as you know, an independent open-source project, a lot like Linux. And that means it's not controlled by a company. I think that's inherently one of Postgres's greatest strengths and assets. With that in mind, it means that a company like EDB—and this started when I came to the company; I came from Red Hat, so I've been in open-source for 20 years—when I came to the company back in 2008, it starts with a commitment and investment in bringing technology leaders in and around Postgres into a business like EDB, to help enterprises and customers. And that dynamic intersection between building the core database in the community and addressing customer needs in a business, at that intersection is where the magic happens. And we've been doing that since I joined EDB in 2008; it was really an explicit focus for the company.Corey: I'd like to explore a little bit, well first and foremost, this story of is there a future for running databases in cloud environments yourself? And I have my own angry, loud opinion on this that I'm sure we'll get to momentarily, but I want to start with yours. Who is writing their own databases in the Year of our Lord 2021, rather than just using whatever managed thing is their cloud provider of choice today is offering for them?Ed: Well, let me give you context, Corey, because I think it matters. We've been bringing enterprise Postgres solutions to companies now, since the inception of the company, which dates back to 2004, and over that trajectory, we've been helping companies as they've done really two things: migrate away, in particular from Oracle, and land on Postgres, and then write new apps. Probably the first ten of the last 13 years since I've been in the company, the focus was in traditional on-prem database transformations that companies were going through. In the last three years, we've really seen an acceleration of that intersection of their traditional deployments and their cloud deployments. Our customers now, who are represented mostly in the Fortune 500 and Global 2000, 40% of our customers report they're deploying EDB's Postgres in the cloud, not in a managed context, but in a traditional EC2 or GCP self-managed cloud deployment.Corey: And that aligns with what I've seen, a fair bit. Years ago, I wound up getting the AWS Cloud Practitioner Certification—did a whole blog post on it—not because it was opening any doors for me, but because it let me get into the certified lounge at re:Invent, and ideally charge a battery and have some mostly crappy coffee. The one question I got wrong was I was honest when I answered, “How long does it take to restore an RDS database from snapshot backup?” Rather than giving the by-the-book answer, which is way shorter than I found in practice a fair bit of the time. And that's the problem I always ran into is that when you're starting out and building something that needs a database, and it needs a relational database that runs in that model so all the no SQL options are not viable for whatever reason, great, RDS is great for getting you started, but there's only so much that you can tune and tweak before you start to run into issues were, for particular workloads as they scale-out, it's no longer a fit for a variety of reasons.And most of the large companies that I work with that are heavily relational-database-driven have either started off or migrated to the idea of, “Oh, we're going to run our own databases on top of EC2 instances,” for a variety of reasons that, again, the cloud providers will say, “Oh, that's not accurate, and they're doing the wrong thing.” But, you know, it takes a certain courage to tell a large-scale customer, “You're doing it wrong.” “Well, why is that?” “Because I have things to sell you,” is kind of a terrible answer. How do you see it? Let's not pick on RDS, necessarily, because all of the cloud providers offered managed database offerings. Where do those make sense and where do they fall down?Ed: Yeah, I think many of our customers who made their first step into cloud picked a single vendor to do it, and we often hear AWS is been that early, early—Corey: Yeah, a five-year head start makes a pretty compelling story.Ed: That's right. And let's remember what these vendors are mostly. They are mostly infrastructure companies, they build massive data centers and set those up, and they do that beautifully well. And they lean on software, but they're not software companies themselves. And I think the early implementation of many of our customers in cloud relied on what I'll call relatively lightweight software offerings from their cloud vendor, including database.They traded convenience, ease of use, an easy on-ramp, and they traded some capability in some depth for that. And it was a good trade, in fact. And for a large number of workloads it may still be a good trade. But our more sophisticated customers, enterprise customers who are running Postgres or databases at scale in their traditional environments have long depended on a very intimate relationship with their database technology vendor. And that relationship is the intersection of their evolving and emerging needs and the actual development of the database capabilities in support of that.And that's the heart of who we are at EDB and what we do with Postgres and the many people we have committed to doing that. And we don't see our customers changing that appetite. So, I think for those customers, they've emerged more aware of the need to have a primary relationship with a database vendor and still be in cloud. And so I think that's how this evolves to see two different kinds of services side-by-side, what they really want is a Database as a Service from the database vendor, which is what we just announced here at Microsoft Ignite event.Corey: So, talk to me a little bit more about that, where it's interesting in 2021 to see a company launching a managed service offering, especially in the database space, when there's been so much pushback in different ways against the large cloud providers—[cough] Amazon—who tend to effectively lose sleep at night over the haunting fear that someone who isn't them is making money, somehow. And they will take whatever is available to them and turn it into a managed service offering. That's always been the fear, so people play games with licenses and the rest. Well, they've been running Postgres offerings for a long time. It is an independent open-source project.I don't think you can wind up forcing a license change through that says everyone except big companies can run this themselves and don't do a managed service with it because that cat is very much out of the bag. How is it that you're taking something to market now and expecting that to fare competitively?Ed: So, I think there's a few things that our customers are clearly telling us they want, and I think this is the most important thing: they want control of their data. And if you step back, Corey, look at it historically, they made a huge trade to big proprietary database companies, companies like Oracle, and they made that trade actually for convenience. They traded data to that database vendor. And we all know the successes Oracle's had, and the sheer extraordinary expense of those technologies. So, it felt like a walled garden.And that's where EDB and Postgres entered to really change that equation. What's interesting is the re-platforming that happened and the transformation to cloud actually had the same, kind of, binding effect; we now moved all that data over to the public cloud vendors, arguably in an even stickier context, and now I think customers are realizing that's created a dimension of inflexibility. It's also created some—as you rightly pointed out—some deficiencies in technical depth, in database, and in software. So, our customers have sorted that out and are kind of coming back to middle. And what they're saying is, “Well, we want all the advantages of an open-source database like a Postgres, but we want control of the data.”And so what control looks like is more the ability to take one version of that software—in our case, we're worrying about Postgres—and deploy the same thing everywhere they go. And that opens the door up for EDB to be their partner as a traditional on-prem partner, in the cloud where they run our Postgres and they manage it themselves, and as their managed service, Postgres Database as a Service Provider, which is what we're doing.Corey: I've been something of a bear on the idea of, “I'm going to build a workload to run everywhere in every cloud provider,” which I get. I think that's generally foolish, and people chasing that, with remarkably few exceptions, are often going after the wrong thing. That said, I'm also a fan of having a path to strategic Exodus, where Google's Cloud Spanner is fascinating, DynamoDB is revelatory, Cosmos DB is a security nightmare, which is neither here nor there, but the idea that I can take a provider's offering that even if it solves a bunch of problems for me, well, if I ever need to move this somewhere else for any reason, I'm re-architecting, my data model and re-architecting the built-in assumptions around how the database acts and behaves, and that is a very heavy lift. We have proof of that from Amazon, who got up on stage and told a story about how much they hate Oracle, and they're migrating everything off of Oracle to Aurora, which they had to build in order to get off of Oracle, and it took them three years to migrate things. And Oracle loves telling that story, too.And it's, you realize you both sound terrible when you tell that story? It's, “This is a massive undertaking that even we struggle with, so you should probably not attempt it.” Well, what I hear from that is good God, don't wind up getting locked into a particular database that is only available from one source. So, if you're all-in on a cloud provider, which I'm a fan of, personally—I don't care which one but pick a cloud provider—having a database that is not only going to work in that environment is just a reasonable step as far as how I view things. Trading up that optionality has got to pay serious dividends, and in many database use cases, I've just don't see it.Ed: Yeah, I think you're bringing up a really important point. So, let's unpack it for a minute.Corey: Please.Ed: Because I think you brought up some really prominent specialty database technologies, and I'm not sure there's ever a way out of that intersection and commitment to a single vendor if you pick their specialty database. But underneath this is exactly one of the things that we've worried about here at EDB, which is to make Postgres a more capable, robust database in its entirety. A Postgres superpower is its ability to run a vast array of workloads. Guess what, it's not sexy. It's not sexy not to be that specialty database, but it's incredibly powerful in the hands of an enterprise who can do more.And that really creates an opportunity, so we're trying to make Postgres apply to a much broader set of workloads, from traditional systems of record, like your ERP systems; systems of analysis, where people are doing lightweight analytic workloads or reporting, you can think in the world of data warehouse; and then systems of engagement, where customers are interacting with a website and have a database on the backend. All areas Postgres has done incredibly well in and we have customer experience with. So, when you separate out that core capability and then you look at it on a broader scale like Postgres, you realize that customers who want to make Postgres strategic, by definition need to be able to deploy it wherever they want to deploy it, and not be gated or bound by one cloud vendor. And all the cloud vendors picked up Postgres offerings, and that's been great for Postgres and great for enterprises. But that corresponding lock-in is what people want to get away from, at this point.Corey: There's something to be said for acknowledging that there is a form of lock-in as far as technology selection goes. If you have a team of folks who are terrific at one database engine and suddenly you're switching over to an entirely different database, well, folks who spent their entire career working on one particular database that's still in widespread use are probably not super thrilled to stick around for that. Having something that can migrate from environment to environment is valuable and important. When you say you're launching this as a database as a service offering, how does that actually work? Is that going to be running in your own cloud environment somewhere and people just make queries across the wire through standard connections to the database like they would something locally? Are you running inside of their account or environment? Is it something else?Ed: So, this is a fully-managed database as a service, just like you'd get from any cloud vendor or DBAAS vendor that you've worked with in the past, just being managed and run by EDB. And with that, you get lot of the goodies that we bring, including our compatibility, and all our deep Postgres expertise, but I think one of the other important attributes is we're going to run that service in our clients' account, which gives them a level of isolation and a level of independence that we think is really important. And as different as that is, it's not heroic; it's exactly what our customers told us they wanted.Corey: There's something to be said for building the thing that your customers have said that they want and make sense for you to build as opposed to, “We're going to build this ridiculous thing and we're sure folks are going to love it.” It's nice to see that shaping up in the proper order. And I've fallen victim to that myself; I think most technologists have to some extent. How big is EDB these days?Ed: So, we have over 650 employees. Now, around the world, we have 6000 customers. And of the 650 employees, about 300 of those are focused on Postgres. A subset of that are 30-odd core team members in the Postgres community, committers in the Postgres community, major contributors, and contributors in the Postgres community. So, we have a density of technical depth that is really unparalleled in Postgres.Corey: You're not, for lack of a better term, pulling an Amazon, insofar as you're, “Well, we have three people working on open-source projects, so we're going to go ahead and claim we're an open-source company,” in other words. Conversely, you're also not going down the path of this is a project that you folks have launched, and it claims to be open-source because we love it when people volunteer for for-profit entities, but we exercise total control over the project. You have a lot of contributors, but you're also still a minority, I think the largest minority, but still a minority of people contributing to Postgres.Ed: That's right. And, look, we're all-in on Postgres, and it's been that way since I got here. As I mentioned earlier, I came from Red Hat where I was—I was at Red Hat for a little over six years, so I've been an open-source now for 20 years. So, my orientation is towards really powerful, independent open-source projects. And I think we'll see Postgres really be the most transformative open-source technology since Linux.I think we'll see that as we look forward. And you're right, though, I think what's powerful about Postgres is it's an independent project, which means it's supported by thousands of contributors who aren't tied to single companies, around the world. And it just makes the software—we develop innovation faster, and I think it makes the software better. Now, EDB plays a big part in there. Roughly, a little less than a third of the last res—actually, the 13 release—were contributions that came from contributors who came from EDB.So, that's not a majority, and that's healthy. But it's a big part of what helps move Postgres along and there aren't—you know, the next set of companies are much, much—next set of combined contributors add up to quite small numbers. But the cloud vendors are virtually non-existent in that contribution.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by something new. Cloud Academy is a training platform built on two primary goals. Having the highest quality content in tech and cloud skills, and building a good community the is rich and full of IT and engineering professionals. You wouldn't think those things go together, but sometimes they do. Its both useful for individuals and large enterprises, but here's what makes it new. I don't use that term lightly. Cloud Academy invites you to showcase just how good your AWS skills are. For the next four weeks you'll have a chance to prove yourself. Compete in four unique lab challenges, where they'll be awarding more than $2000 in cash and prizes. I'm not kidding, first place is a thousand bucks. Pre-register for the first challenge now, one that I picked out myself on Amazon SNS image resizing, by visiting cloudacademy.com/corey. C-O-R-E-Y. That's cloudacademy.com/corey. We're gonna have some fun with this one!Corey: Something else that does strike me as, I guess, strange, just because I've seen so many companies try to navigate this in different ways with varying levels of success. I always encountered EDB—even back when it was EnterpriseDB, which was, given their love of acronyms, I'm still somewhat partial to. I get it; branding, it's a thing—but the folks that I engaged with were always there in a consulting service's capacity, and they were great at this. Is EDB a services company or a product company?Ed: Yeah, we are unashamedly a product technology company. Our business is over 90% of our revenue is annually recurring subscription revenue that comes from technical products, database server, mostly, but then various adjacent capabilities in replication and other areas that we add around the database server itself. So no, we're a database technology company selling a subscription. Now, we help our customers, so we do have a really talented team of consultants who help our customers with their business strategy for Postgres, but also with migrations and all the things they need to do to get Postgres up and running.Corey: And the screaming, “Help, help, help, fix it, fix it, fix it now,” emergencies as well.Ed: I think we have the best Postgres support operation in the world. It is a global 24/7 organization, and I think a lot of what you likely experienced, Corey, came out of our support organization. So, our support guys, these guys aren't just handling lightweight issues. I mean, they wade into the gnarly questions and challenges that customers face. But that's a support business for us. So, that's part and parcel. You get that, it's included with the subscription.Corey: I would not be remembering this for 11 years later, if it hadn't been an absolutely stellar experience—or a horrible experience, for that matter; one or the other. You remember the superlatives, not the middle of the road ones—and if it hadn't been important. And it was. It also noteworthy; with many vendors that are product-focused, their services may have an asterisk next to it because it's either a, “Buy our product and then we'll support it,” or it's, “Ohh, we're going to sell you a whole thing just to get us on the phone.” And as I recall, there wasn't a single aspect of upsell involved in this.It was, “Let's get you back up and running and solve the problem.” Sure, later in time, there were other conversations, as all good businesses will have, but there was no point during those crisis moments where it felt like, “Oh, if you had gone ahead and bought this thing that we sell, this wouldn't happen,” or, “You need to buy this or we won't help you.” I guess that's why I've contextualized you folks as a services company, first and foremost.Ed: Well, I'm glad you have that [laugh] experience because that's our goal. And I think—look, this is an interesting point where customers want us to bring that capability to their managed DBAAS world. Step back again, go back to what I said about the big cloud vendors; they are, at their core, infrastructure companies. I mean, they're really good at that. They're not particularly well-positioned to take your Postgres call, and I don't think they want that call.We're the other guys; we want to help you run your Postgres, at scale, on-prem, in the cloud, fully managed in the cloud, by EDB, and solve those problems at the same time. And I think that's missing in the market today. And we can step back and look at this overall cloud evolution, and I think some might think, “Gee, we're into the mature phase of cloud adoption.” I would tell you, since the Red Sox have done well this year, I think in a nine-inning baseball game—for those of your listeners who follow American baseball—we're in, like, the top of the second inning, maybe. Maybe the bottom of the second inning. So, we've been able to listen and learn from the experiences our customers have had. I think that's an incredible advantage as we now firmly plant ourselves in the cloud DBAAS market alongside our robust Postgres capabilities that you experienced.Corey: The world isn't generating less data, and it's important that we're able to access that in a bunch of different ways. And the last time I really was playing with relational databases, you can view my understanding of it as Excel with a weirder interface, and you're mostly there. One thing that really struck me since the last time I went deep into database-land over in the Postgres-squeal world has been just the sheer variety of native data types that it winds up supporting. The idea of, “Here's some JSON. Take this and store it that way,” or it's GIS data that it can represent, or the idea of having data types that are beyond just string or var or whatever other somewhat limited boolean values or whatnot. Without having just that traditional list, which is of course all there as well. It also seems to have extensively improved its coverage that just can only hint to my small mind about these things and what sort of use cases people are really putting these things into.Ed: Yeah, I think this is one of Postgres' superpowers. And it started with Mike Stonebraker's original development of Postgres as an object-relational database. Mike is an adviser to EDB, which has been incredibly helpful as we've continued to evolve our thinking about what's possible in Postgres. But I think because of that core technology, or that core—because of that core technical capability within Postgres, we have been able to build a whole host of data types. And so now you see Postgres being used not just as the context of a traditional relational database, but we see it used as a time-series database. You pointed out a geospatial database, more and more is a document-oriented database with JSON and JSONB.These are all the things that make Postgres have much more universal appeal, universal appeal to developers—which is worth talking about in the recent StackOverflow developer survey, but we can come back to that—and I think universal applicability for new applications. This is what's bringing Postgres forward faster, unlike many of the specialty database companies that you mentioned earlier.Corey: Now, this is something that you can use for your traditional CRUD app, the my first hello world app that returns something from a database, yeah, that stuff works. But it also, for example, has [cyter 00:25:09] data types, where you can say, give me the results where the IP range contains this address, and it'll do that. Before that, you're trying to solve a whole bunch of very messy things in application logic that's generally awful. The database now does that for you automatically, and there's something—well, it would if I were smart and used it instead of storing it as strings because I make terrible life choices, but for sensible people, it solves a lot of those problems super well. And it's taken the idea of where logic should live in application versus database, and sort of turn a lot of those assumptions I was starting my career with on their head.Ed: Yeah, I think if you look now at the appeal of Postgres to developers, which we've paid a lot of attention to—one of our stated strategies at EDB is to make Postgres easier. That's been true for many years, so a drive for engineering and development here has been that call to action. And if you measure that, over time, we've been contributing—not alone, but contributing to making Postgres more approachable, easier to use, easier to engage with. Some of those things we do just through edb.com, and the way we handle EDB docs is a great example of that, and our developer advocacy and outreach into adjacent communities that care about Postgres. But here's where that's landed us. If you looked at the last Stack Overflow developer survey—the 2021 Stack Overflow developer survey, which I love because I think it's very independent-oriented—and they surveyed, I think this past year was 80,000 developers.Corey: Oh yeah, if Stack Overflow is captured by any particular constituency, it's got to be ‘Big Copy and Paste' that is really behind them. But yeah, other than the cabal of keyboard manufacturers for those copy-and-paste stories, yeah, they're fairly objective when it comes to stuff like this.Ed: And if you look at that survey, Corey, if you just took and summed it because it's helpful to sum it, most used, most loved, and most wanted database: Postgres wins. And I find it fascinating that if you—having been here, in this company for 13 years and watch the evolution from—you know, 13 years ago, Postgres needed help, both in terms of its awareness in the market and some technical capabilities it just lacked, we've come so far. For that to be the new standard for developers, I think, is a remarkable achievement. And I think it's a representation of why Postgres is doing so well in the market that we've long served, in the cloud market that we are now serving, and I think it speaks to what's ahead as a transformational database for the future.Corey: There really is something to be said for a technology as—please don't take this term the wrong way—old. As a relational database, Postgres has been around for a very long time, but it's also not your grandparents' Postgres. It is continuing to evolve. It continues to be there in a bunch of really interesting ways for developers in a variety of different capacities, and it's not the sort of thing that you're only using in, “Legacy environments,” quote-unquote. Instead, it's something that you'll see all over the place. It is rare that I see an environment that doesn't have Postgres in it somewhere these days.Ed: Yeah, I think quite the contrary to the old-school database, which I love that; I love that shade because when you step away from it, you realize, the Postgres community represents the very best of what's possible with open-source. And that's why Postgres continues to accelerate and move forward at the rate that it does. And obviously, we're proud to be a contributor to that, so we don't just watch that outcome happen; we're actually part of creating it. But I also think that when you see all that Postgres has become and where it's going, you really start to understand why the market is adopting open-source.Corey: It's one of those areas where even if some company comes out with something that is amazing and transformatively better, and you should jump into it with both feet and never look back, yeah, it turns out that it takes a long time to move databases, even when they're terrible. And you can lobby an awful lot of accusations at Postgres—or Postgres-squeal—but you can't call it terrible. It's used in enough interesting applications by enough large-scale companies out there—and small as well—that it's very hard to find a reason not to explore it. It's my default relational database when Route 53 loses steam. It just makes sense in a bunch of ways that other things really didn't for me before.Ed: Yeah, and I think we'll continue to see that. And we're just going to keep making Postgres better. And it gets better because of that intersection, as I mentioned, that intimate intersection between enterprise users, and the project, and the community, and the bridge that a company like EDB provides for that. That's why it'll get better faster; the breadth of use of Postgres will keep it accelerating. And I think it's different than many of the specialty databases.Look, I've been in open-source now for 20 years and it's intriguing to me how many new specialty open-source databases have come to market. We tend to forget the amount of roadkill we've had over the course of the past ten years of some of those open-source projects and companies. We certainly are tuned into some of the more prolific ones, even today. And I think again, here again, this is where Postgres shines, and where I think Postgres is a better call for a long-term. Just like Linux was.Corey: I want to thank you for taking so much time out of your day to talk to me about databases, which given my proclivities, is probably like pulling teeth for you. If people want to learn more, where can they find you?Ed: So, come to enterprisedb.com. You still get EnterpriseDB, Corey. Just come to enterprise—Corey: There we go. It's hidden in the URL, right in plain sight.Ed: Come to enterprisedb.com. You can learn all the things you need about the technology, and certainly more that we can do to help you.Corey: And we will, of course, put links to that in the [show notes 00:31:10]. Thank you once again for your time. I really do appreciate it.Ed: Thanks, Corey. My pleasure.Corey: Ed Boyajian, CEO of EDB. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with a long angry comment because you are one of the two Amazonian developers working on open-source databases.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

CIAOPS - Need to Know podcasts
Episode 277 - Des Russell

CIAOPS - Need to Know podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 59:35


In this episode I speak with ex-Microsoftie and now founder of Partner Elevate around the state of the partner channel and the alignment of incentives and campaigns for the modern workplace. I also bring you right up to date on the eve of Microsoft Ignite on exactly what's the latest with the Microsoft Cloud. This episode was recorded using Microsoft Teams and produced with Camtasia 2020. Brought to you by www.ciaopspatron.com Resources Des Russell - Linkedin, Partner Elevate, Email - desmond@partnerelevate.com Web version of Visual Studio Code Microsoft now the most valuable company Recent Microsoft earnings What's new in Teams for October 2021 Web content filtering is now GA Manage All Your Surface Devices in a Single Portal Autofill your addresses and payment info with Microsoft Authenticator NOBELIUM targeting delegated administrative privileges to facilitate broader attacks  

BIFocal - Clarifying Business Intelligence
Episode 209 - Real chat about Microsoft Ignite Fall 2021

BIFocal - Clarifying Business Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 29:10


This is episode 209 recorded on October 25th, 2021 where John & Jason share their views on the upcoming Microsoft Ignite 2021 Conference and the state of remote conferences in General. For show notes please visit www.bifocal.show

Daily Check-In with Ned1313
Azure Arc is the Future of Microsoft Hybrid

Daily Check-In with Ned1313

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 10:08


Yesterday Ethan and I recorded a fascinating episode of Day Two Cloud with Ben Weissman. He brought the knowledge about Azure Arc and its Data Services. That led to me thinking deeply about the plans Microsoft laid back in 2017 with SQL on Linux and investments in Kubernetes, and how its paying off now in Azure Arc. Don't be surprised if there's some big stuff coming down the pike for Arc, especially with Microsoft Ignite around the corner. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Website: https://nedinthecloud.com Pluralsight: https://app.pluralsight.com/profile/author/edward-bellavance GitHub: https://github.com/ned1313

Microsoft Cloud Show
Episode 431 | Microsoft Teams, Acquisitions, Hololens, and the Disappearing Cloud

Microsoft Cloud Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 41:46


In this 431st episode, AC and CJ talk about an acquisition and a new feature coming to Microsoft Teams, an Azure Windows VM outage, and a couple of upcoming learning opportunities including Microsoft Ignite!Banter Explore & evaluate the SharePoint Framework What's New with Microsoft 365 MC289965: M365 Records Management MC291088: Microsoft 365 Compliance Center Core eDiscovery - Search by ID list retirement News Microsoft Ignite Microsoft Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Webcast Series Global Azure outage knocked out virtual machines, other VM-dependent services Microsoft Acquires Ally: Expands Viva Into Employee Goal Management Teams Modern Search Results Page (SERP) is coming soon in Preview Announcing Microsoft Feedback Portal Army Halts Widely-Hyped Multi-Billion Dollar Advanced Augmented Reality Goggle Program (Updated) Microsoft and Nvidia team up to train one of the world's largest language models Worst Case Picks AC’s Pick Project Hail Mary: From the bestselling author of The Martian CJ’s Pick ATARI ST STILL MANAGES CAMPGROUND RESERVATIONS AFTER 36 YEARS

365 Message Center Show
The 365 Message Center Show - #215

365 Message Center Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 36:13


Comment and @mention people on list items in #MicrosoftTeams. Switch your Teams meeting view with a new dedicated button. Create private drafts of #SharePoint pages and news. As we close in on Microsoft Ignite in early November, keep an eye on the message center for smaller updates that position and prepare for larger feature announcements.     In this episode:     - The new Microsoft 365 Roadmap site      - Lists in Microsoft Teams: Comment and @mention people on list items in Teams      - View Switcher- a new dedicated menu of view options in Teams Meetings      - Private drafts for SharePoint pages and news      - Focus time experiences in the Viva Insights Teams App      - New SharePoint Site templates - retail and non-profit      - Microsoft Stream: Toggles for video and audio owners to manage feature settings on the new web player     

The Intrazone by Microsoft
Lists loves lawyers

The Intrazone by Microsoft

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 48:46


On this episode, we bring order to legal use cases of Microsoft Lists. We chat with Wendy Rubas (General counsel) and Janessa Nelson (Legal operations manager) from the legal organization within VillageMD – a national leader in value-based primary care. We cover a lot of ground how useful integrations between Lists, Power Platform, and SharePoint help optimize people productivity and document automation with visual analytics to improve the patient experience. Click here for this episode's companion blog post and links. People: VillageMD | Website | LinkedIn | Twitter Wendy Rubas (General Counsel) | LinkedIn  Janessa Nelson (Legal Operations Manager and Training Executive Producer) | LinkedIn Mark Kashman | Twitter [co-host] Chris McNulty | Twitter [co-host] Resources: SharePoint | @SharePoint | SharePoint community blog  Microsoft Lists | Resource center | Adoption | Posts within Microsoft 365 community blog Microsoft Docs - The home for Microsoft documentation for end users, developers, and IT professionals.  Microsoft Tech Community Home Stay on top of Office 365 changes Events: Commsverse (Sept.15-16.2021); a Microsoft Teams Community Event) [hybrid: UK - in-person and online] Thrive Conference (Oct.19-20.2021) Microsoft Ignite (Nov.2-4.2021; digital event) - Save the date just announced Microsoft Lists workshop [available now on-demand] Follow The Intrazone at aka.ms/TheIntrazone, and discover other Microsoft podcasts: aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts.