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Azure Policies for Automating Azure Governance - Automating Policies

Azure Policies for Automating Azure Governance – Automating Policies

In my earlier Azure Policy post, I covered issues and concerns organizations may face and how many built in Azure policies can address these problems.  Now we are going to take it a step further and discuss how to enforce policies ... continue reading
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Public and private AKS clusters demystified

Introduction  Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is the managed kubernetes service in Azure. It has two main components: worker nodes and control plane. The worker nodes are the VMs where customer applications will be deployed into. The control plane is the component that ... continue reading
Illustrating a source NFS share migrated through an Azure Storage Mover agent VM to an Azure Storage blob container.

Azure Storage Mover–A managed migration service for Azure Storage

File storage is a critical part of any organization’s on-premises IT infrastructure. As organizations migrate more of their applications and user shares to the cloud, they often face challenges in migrating the associated file data. Having the right tools and ... continue reading
5 tips for IIS on containers: #3 Hardcoded configuration

5 tips for IIS on containers: #3 Hardcoded configuration

We’re getting into the third topic of our blog post series about IIS on Windows containers. In case you missed, check out the blog on SSL certificate lifecycle management and IIS app pools and websites. Today, we’re covering hardcoded configurations ... continue reading
Using WSL 2 on Windows Server 2022 to run Linux containers

Using WSL 2 on Windows Server 2022 to run Linux containers

Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL 2) is one of the most popular features for developers on Windows 10 and 11. It has recently been made available on Windows Server 2022. With this addition, you can now run Linux containers ... continue reading
Azure Virtual Machines Automation - Deployment

Azure Virtual Machines Automation – Deployment

Welcome to this series where you will learn the various best practices for deploying Azure Virtual Machines and how to manage them at scale. To get started, we are going to take a look at various deployment options; how you ... continue reading
Upgrading your container app from Windows Server 2019 to 2022 on Azure Kubernetes Service

Upgrading your container app from Windows Server 2019 to 2022 on Azure Kubernetes Service

Note: As of the writing of this blog, Windows Server 2022 is on Public Preview on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). If you’ve been playing with containers, the thought of upgrading to a new OS version might seem way too simple: ... continue reading

Bicep for Terraform Engineers

Introduction Hi folks! My name is Felipe Binotto, Cloud Solution Architect, based in Australia. The purpose of this article is to provide a comparison on how you can do something with Bicep vs how you can do the same thing ... continue reading
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Recapping recent updates to client tools in SQL Server

Hello from the SQL Experiences team! As a follow-up to Microsoft Build at the end of May, we thought it was a good time to highlight recent updates for client tools, as we've had quite a few.SQL Server Management StudioFirst, ... continue reading
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Scale your cloud-native apps and accelerate app modernization with Azure, the best cloud for your apps

Developers are essential to the world we live in today, and the work you do is critical to powering organizations in every industry. Every developer and development team brings new ideas and innovation. Our ambition with the Microsoft Cloud and ... continue reading