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Business Optimization: Enterprise Application Transformation

Business optimization is a core tenant of our vision at Perficient. From our newly redesigned website – “We can help you to reduce drains on productivity and improve your ability to rapidly respond and adapt to changing markets, customers, and partners. We’ll help you to improve processes and workflows to make day-to-day activities more efficient and productive. […]

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Build 2016: Azure Lessons Learned from Microsoft Azure CTO

Mark Russinovich, CTO of Microsoft Azure, hosted a session yesterday at Build titled “Building Resilient Services: Learning Lessons from Azure”. This was a great session where he detailed real world examples of how Microsoft has failed while deploying new features and functionality to Azure. Building, upgrading, and maintaining a platform where Enterprises deploy mission critical applications […]

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Azure ARM Template: Import and Export Templates from Portal

The feature support for Azure Resource Manager and ARM Templates has been a little light since it’s initial release. This is something that is slowly changing, however, an update to the Azure Portal released this week helps move ARM Template support forward in a big way. This new feature is the ability to Export any […]

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Azure ARM Template: Create Service Bus Topic with Subscription

The previous article in this series covered how to setup an Azure Resource Group project with ARM Template that creates an Azure Service Bus Namespace. This article build upon the previous, to create an Azure Service Bus Topic with a Subscription to catch all messages. Instead of starting from scratch, this article builds on the […]

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Azure ARM Template: Define Web App Application Settings

The previous article in this series covered how to define database Connection Strings for an App Service Web App within an ARM Template. This article will continue to build on the foundation of deploying a Web App using an ARM Template by exploring how to define Application Settings (aka appSettings) for an App Service Web […]

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Franklin Energy Innovates the Energy Rebate Process

Franklin Energy is the leader in program administration and implementation for utility clients across the U.S. in both the residential and commercial sectors. Their tag line (and go to market solution for its clients) is energy efficiency. The company, based in Port Washington, Wisconsin, wanted to simplify and streamline the process for its clients looking […]

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Perficient to Host Nintex and Rise Foundation Webinar April 13

Join Perficient on Wednesday, April 13th at 1:00 p.m. CDT for a live webinar to discuss how to move your strategic business processes to the cloud. Matt Morse, Perficient’s general manager of the Microsoft modern applications business group, and Amar Gowda, solutions architect at Perficient, will discuss how working with both Nintex, the leader in […]

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Azure ARM Template: Define Web App Connection Strings

Previous articles covered what Azure Resource Manager is, along with how to setup an Azure Resource Group project within Visual Studio 2015 to deploy an ASP.NET Web Application to Azure as an App Service Web App. Being able to deploy an application to Azure is just the first step. In order to really use ARM […]

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Deploy Azure Web App using ARM Template from Visual Studio 2015

Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is the new set of APIs for deploying and managing Microsoft Azure services. A previous article in this series defines what Azure Resource Manager (ARM) means for Developers, IT Pros and DevOps. This article will dive into the details of using Azure Resource Manager, ARM Templates, Visual Studio 2015, and the Azure SDK to […]

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