If your working in Azure regularly at scale then it's very likely you spend a fair amount of time at the command line using the Azure PowerShell cmdlets or Azure CLI (or both). In this article, we're going to take a look at my command line setup and some of the tools I make use of.
Don’t forget to check out the other parts in this series: Part 1 – Version Control Part 2 – Testing Part 3- Build In part 1 of this series we took our first step in building an Infrastructure as code pipeline by moving our infrastructure files into source control. Now that we have this code in a ce
Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates are a great resource for deploying Azure infrastructure, including virtual machines, in a declarative manner. However, using an ARM template to deploy a VM will only get you as far as having a VM deployed and the operating system installed and running. The next
Azure App Service Certificates provide a convenient way to purchase SSL certificates and assign them to Azure Apps right from within the portal, but one question I see a lot is whether it is possible to use this certificate elsewhere, outside of the app service, particularly if you have purchased a
Following on from my post on joining Azure batch pools to a vNet, this leads on to a requirement to access resources on the vNet and this means credentials are needed. Rather than hard-coding these credentials in scripts, we want to obtain these from a secure storage location on demand and this is w
A recent update to Azure Batch added the ability to join a batch pool to a virtual network. By doing so it is possible for batch compute nodes to access resources inside a vNet (file servers, SQL servers etc.). vNet Requirements There are some limitations on the vNet configuration if you wish to do