The Flow that you will have built at the end of this blogpost will trigger 15 minutes before an event starts. So when you expect to be out-of-office at 17:00 the trigger will start at 16:45 and enable your out-of-office reply in Outlook. How cool is that! We will start from the blank template Automated […]
For the last couple of months, I’m starting to appreciate the easiness of the Azure CLI more to get things done. Although I’m more a PowerShell guy, it sometimes seems easier to use the Azure CLI to get things done without typing to much code. Especially when you combine the two of them, you really […]
Recently I was busy preparing a presentation for our Insight Innovation Day where I wanted to cover a topic about authoring ARM templates. One of the main challenges that I see with customers and consultants is to author consistent templates following a standardized pattern. Even Microsoft isn’t always doing a great job if you look […]
Develop Azure Policies What are Azure Policies Azure Policy is a service in Azure that you use to create, assign, and manage policies. These policies enforce different rules and effects over your resources, so those resources stay compliant with your corporate standards and service level agreements. Azure Policy meets this need by evaluating your resources […]
This blog will be the first in a series where I want to take you on a journey through the great landscape of containerization. Because this is a fairly new topic for myself I will start with the basic understanding that I have now.
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Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates are starting to become the privileged method for the deployment of resources in the Microsoft Azure Cloud. This results in a stronger community and therefor it’s continuously being improved by our friends from Redmond. Before going into the technical details I’ll try to explain what brought me to blog about […]
Azure Cloud shell is going to be updated within the next couple of months. A good reason for me to write a blog post about Azure Cloud Shell and how to use it. I’m a huge fan of PowerShell since I saw the only sessions of PowerShell God Father Jeffrey Snover and Jason Helmick a […]