In this article we'll take the work we have done previously with Packer to build VM images, and setup an automated build process in VSTS to allow for regular, consistent image building. We'll take the code we used previously to create the image with Packer and configure it with DSC.
Microsoft recently updated the ARM template spec to allow the creation of SAS tokens inside a template. This is excellent news for anyone who is deploying resources with ARM templates that rely on storage accounts and need a SAS token to access them.
We've previously used Packer to build images using VHD files. In this article we will look at updating that process to use managed disks and managed disk images.
As 2018 draws to a close we'll take a look at all the new products, features and announcements we have seen through the year, and what we hope to see in 2019.
ARM template functions allow you to perform simple operations directly on in your templates to transform values in your deployment. In this article we'll look at some less commonly used templates that can be really useful
Pod Identity allows you to assign Azure Managed Identities to Pods in your Kubernetes cluster. Using Managed Identity greatly simplifies the approach to granting your applications access to Azure resouces.