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Terraform Series Part 1: High level Introduction to Terraform
Functions are hosted in an execution context called a function app. You define function apps to logically group and structure your functions and a compute resource in Azure. Function apps may use one of two types of service plans. The first service plan is the Consumption service plan. The plan that you choose when using the Azure … Continue reading Azure Series Part 9: Creating your first function app via Azure portal and ARM templates
Alerts proactively notify you when issues are found with your infrastructure or application using your monitoring data in Azure Monitor. They allow you to identify and address issues before the users of your system notice them. Severity levels Below are few of the target resource for whom we can create alerts in Azure: Virtual machines.Storage … Continue reading Azure Series Part 8: Automating Metric and Activity based alerts and creating custom log alerts using KQL
n this blog post I will share what I did to prepare for the AZ-900 exam and become Microsoft certified professional.
Configure a network access to VM by using a network security group (NSG) with Azure CLI
Store and manage secrets by using Azure Key Vault through Azure Portal, Azure ARM templates, and CLI.
Microsoft Azure provides a Custom Script Extension which is useful for post-deployment configuration, software installation, or any other configuration/management task. Before we get started I shared in this below post how we can provision the Linux Virtual Machines in Azure. Azure Series Part 4: Provisioning and accessing the Linux Virtual Machines We will use the same … Continue reading Azure Series Part 5: Using bootstrap script to install packages while provisioning the Linux Virtual Machines
Azure offers different on-demand scalable computing resources and linux virtual machines are one of them. An Azure VM gives you the flexibility of virtualization without having to buy and maintain the physical hardware that runs it. Though we still to perform certain task like configuring, patching, and installing the software that runs on it. Before … Continue reading Azure Series Part 4: Provisioning and accessing the Linux Virtual Machines
Log Analytics is a tool in Azure to edit and run log queries from data collected by Azure Monitor Logs and interactively analyze their results. We can use Log Analytics queries (like KQL) to retrieve records matching particular criteria, identify trends, analyze patterns, and provide a variety of insights into your data. We attach a … Continue reading Azure Series Part 2: Provisioning the Log Analytics Workspace
A resource group is a container that contains different resources in your in your Azure account. You can add any kind of resources you want to manage under one resource group. You can create a resource group based of your orgs preferences. It would be meaningful to create a resource group based on region as … Continue reading Azure Series Part 1: Creating resource groups in Microsoft Azure