Microsoft’s recent Azure Open Source Day showed off a new reference application built using cloud-native tools and services, with a focus on Microsoft’s own open source tools. The app was built to be a service to help owners reunite with lost pets. It uses machine learning to quickly compare photographs of a missing animal with images from animal shelters, rescues, and community sites. It’s a good example of how open source tools can build complex sites and services, from infrastructure as code tools to application frameworks and various tools that add functionality to code.
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