Azure Resource Graph is a new tool announced at this years Ignite conference. Resource graph lets you query all your Azure resources, cross subscription at high speed to provided valuable insights into your Azure estate.
This week (24th to the 28th September) is Microsoft's annual Ignite conference, which means lots of announcement about new Azure features. We're going to dive into a number of these in detail over the next few weeks, but in this article, you can see a summary of the key announcements that relate to
Azure DevOps is the new name for Visual Studio Team Services and it now offers unlimited free builds for Open Source projects. Lets take a look at setting this up for a simple Github project.
Managed Identity (MI) service has been around for a little while now and is becoming a standard for providing applications running in Azure access to other Azure resources. We're going to be taking a look at using MI in a few areas in the future, so I thought it was worth a primer on MI.
It's been a while since I have posted in my series intended to help those coming from AWS to get to grips with Azure; however, I was reminded a few days ago about the post I planned to do on networking. If you've not yet read them, parts 1 and 2 can be found here: Part 1 – Identity Part 2 – Virtual
With the recent updates to ARM templates, we can now include Resource Groups as part of our deployment. However, the process isn't quite as simple as you might think. We'll look at how it's done.