Category Archives: Azure
Some days ago I did a live stream to talk about infrastructure-as-code and ARM templates basics. The goal was to give beginners a quick introduction why infrastructure-as-code makes sense and how very basic ARM templates work.
Some days ago I did a live stream to talk about infrastructure-as-code and Terraform basics. The goal was to give beginners a quick introduction why infrastructure-as-code makes sense and how Terraform works in it’s very basics.
A while ago I announced a new infrastructure-as-code live stream. The idea was to give interested persons a kickstart how to use common tools and procedures they can use on Azure, either with ARM templates or Terraform. The poll results … Continue reading
In 2019, Hashicorp announced their very own Terraform Cloud. It allows you to manage state remotely, allows the remote execution of plan, apply and destroy tasks and supports integration with common version control systems to manage your code (and some … Continue reading
Some days ago I wrote an article how one can bring existing resources under Terraform management. While this is a valid scenario, the opposite could also be needed. This blog post demonstrates several methods how one can release existing resources … Continue reading
In a perfect world, an application with all of its components is provisioned and managed as code from the very beginning. But unfortunately that is not always the reality. Some companies start to provision services manually before they find out … Continue reading
Deploying services in Azure is as simple as going to the marketplace and filling out a form. And boom, a new service or resource is up and running. This is great because it saves time and makes services accessible to … Continue reading
Azure Security Center (ASC) is your main stop when you need a first broad overview of your environment’s security posture. If there is potential to improve your overall security, ASC will give you recommendations that explain how a specific resource … Continue reading
I was asked recently if it is possible to use symbols when assigning names to Azure objects. The short answer is ‘yes’, this is indeed possible, but definitely not something I would recommend in a business environment. However, it makes … Continue reading