by Howard van Rooijen
The Azure CNAB Quickstarts Library helps you get up and running with CNAB and Porter. We’ve built quickstarts covering solutions like WordPress, Ghost, Mattermost, and data platforms like Apache Airflow, SQL Server AlwaysOn clusters and Kubernetes features like an nginx ingress controller and an Azure AD enabled OAuth2 Proxy. We’ve condensed all our learnings from the past 9 months of working on the project and turned them into a 10 minute video which explains all the key concepts. We hope this video helps accelerate your own CNAB & Porter epiphanies!
by Mike Larah
Over the last few months, endjin have been working together with Microsoft to create the Azure CNAB Quickstarts Library in GitHub. CNAB (Cloud-Native Application Bundle) is a new specification designed for facilitating the bundling, installing and managing of cloud-native or distributed apps. It provides you with a way to containerise your installation process, and easily […]
Exposing legacy batch processing code online using Azure Durable Functions, API Management and Kubernetes
by Jonathan George
In this post we show how a combination of Kubernetes, Azure Durable Functions and Azure API Management can be used to make legacy batch processing code available as a RESTful API. This is a great example of how serverless technologies can be used to expose legacy software to the public internet in a controlled way, allowing you to reap some of the benefits of a cloud first approach without fully rewriting and migrating existing software.