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Authoring ARM Templates in Visual Studio Code

If your writing ARM templates for Azure you'll have found that the amount of tooling available for authoring templates is fairly limited. The default solution seems to be Visual Studio but this can be very heavyweight and resource intensive without gaining any of the real benefits of VS such as

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Back in the days of cloud services every VM created got a set of default endpoints that let in traffic for RDP and Remoting on a random port, and if you wanted ingress on other ports you just created more endpoints. In the V2 world cloud services don't exist, and

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Anyone using the Azure DSC Extension for ARM deployments with the "AutoUpgradeMinorVersion" property set to true will notice that the extension version has gone up to 2.9.1. No official announcement as yet on what is in it, but testing has shown that at a minimum this includes a

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It's often necessary to configure Azure virtual machines to use a consistent outbound IP address, to connect to another resource with an IP based whitelist. In a classic cloud service based deployment this was easy, all of the VM's in the cloud service used the cloud services IP for outbound

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