On June 20th we held our annual Microsoft community conference in Switzerland for the 3rd time. The goal of this conference/platform is to deliver a high quality event where people can learn about the latest Microsoft trends, make new connections and share their knowledge. To keep the community character and family-like atmosphere, our goal is to keep this event relatively small and make participation more exclusive. The feedback we received from speakers, sponsors and attendees was overwhelming. But see yourself.
Sometimes you need to target a management group id, e.g. when you import a policy definition and want to select a management group as the policy definition scope. I discovered that sometimes people struggle with this procedure when using the management group name or id.
Now that’s good news! I just got informed that I was awarded Microsoft MVP for another year. That’s 8 in a row now. I am super happy and honored to be a part of this exclusive group that allows me to connect with smart people from all over the place and to stay in close contact with the Microsoft product groups.
I am looking forward to another year fully packed with community contributions. Thanks everyone who supported me on this journey so far!
Some days ago Hashicorp announced the availability of the free-to-use collaboration features in the Terraform cloud. This allows individuals and teams to easily store state information in the cloud and make it accessible from anywhere.
Recently I had to build a solution for a customer. One part was to create order documents in a Cosmos DB using a Logic App. Sounds easy, however, I struggled a bit because of a simple thing and thought that this could help others. So here we go.
The most important part of Azure governance is to keep control of your Azure resources while not loosing agility and speed. There are several tools, procedures and services that assist you getting in control of your Azure resources. One I would like to highlight here is the “Azure Resource Graph”.