How to enable boot diagnostics on Azure VMs
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Hey, it’s Jorge. In this mini-post, I want to show you how to enable boot diagnostics on Azure virtual machines. This feature can be activated using the portal or command-line tools, but today, I will show you how to enable this debugging feature using PowerShell and Azure CLI.
How to redeploy Azure VMs using command-line tools
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Today in this mini-post, I want to show you how to redeploy an Azure VM. This is normally a process that most people do from the Azure Portal, but it can also be done from the command line.
First steps in Terraform - Azure Setup
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Today I want to talk to you about terraform, this open-source tool that allows us to define, preview and deploy infrastructure on a multitude of cloud providers such as Azure, AWS, and google, using the HashiCorp Configuration Language (HCL).
How to deploy an Azure NAT Gateway
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Hi, today I want to talk to you about Azure Virtual Network NAT, this functionality allows us to simplify and unify the outgoing Internet connectivity for virtual networks in Azure. it is configured at the subnet level and all outbound connectivity uses a single specified IP or a range of public IPs.
How to Enable Azure Web App diagnostic logs
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Azure Application Service web applications provide diagnostic functionality to logging information from the web server on which the web application runs and the web application itself. These logs provide an excellent way to detect problems and analyze how your application works but this functionality is disabled by default.
Azure Web Apps Deployments
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In this post, I want to show you how to create the infrastructure to host a web application. To do this, you will need to at least create two resources: a web application and an App Service plan.
How to manage DNS records in the Azure Private Zone
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In a previous post, I showed you how to create a private DNS zone in Azure using PowerShell and Azure CLI. Today I will show you how to manage the DNS records of that area using PowerShell and Azure CLI.
How to reserve an Azure Public IP Range
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Hi, today I want to talk to you about the Azure public IP prefix. This functionality allows us to have a range of continuous public IPs and thereby simplify the administration of our public endpoints in Azure.
How to create an Azure Availability Set
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An Azure availability set is a group with two or more virtual machines in the same data center, their implementation ensures that at least one of the virtual machines hosted in the availability set will be available during a host update event or a failure in the host’s physical hardware.
How to Create an Azure File Share
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Azure File Service offers managed file shares in the cloud accessible via the standard Server Message Block (SMB) protocol. This allows you to create one or more files shared in the cloud and use the share as a normal Windows file server.
Azure Portal App is the new way to manage all your Azure resources
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The Azure Portal app is the new option available to access and manage all your Azure resources. This application has been recently published by Microsoft and is only available for Windows.
How to create an Azure Recovery Services Vault
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This post is part of a series in which I will show how to create different resources in Microsoft Azure. Today I will show you how to create a component that every Azure subscription should have: an Azure Recovery Service vault.
How to export Azure Resource Groups to ARM Templates
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In this post, I want to show you how to export a Resource Group to an ARM template using the command line. This tutorial assumes that you already have a Microsoft Azure account set up.
Azure Cloud Shell editor in collaboration with Visual Studio Code
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Excellent news for all users who use the cloud shell editor. Microsoft announced that Azure Cloud Shell now uses Project Monaco. The Monaco code editor is an open-source code editor that is found in Visual Studio.