As GitHub Action has been released quite a while ago and recently i have been embarking on this journey to automate the end to end flow from commit to release into Azure App Service container with .NET Core Web API using GitHub Actions.
As the title mentioned, this article below will describe the steps on the integration with Azure ADB2C. Many of us might not be very familiar on what is the value that Azure ADB2C can bring in.
Let me go through my experience on my recent project developing for my interest. Below diagram describe the entire application stack for my project and it was a simple VueJS frontend with .NET core Web API. The reason that i chose different technology stack instead of using express compare to .NET …
There are a lot of company require more stringent requirement to audit outbound traffic for the virtual network within their subscription and recently i found out that by using Azure Policy, is one of the option to audit the entire subscription to flag out any non-compliance subnet in the subscription so you can remediate and take action on the warnings.
Step 1 : Go to Azure Subscription and select Azure Policy
Step 2 : Select Definitions on the Menu and Click “+ Policy Definition”
Step 3 : Fill in the following mandatory fields
2. Input the Name
In some of the circumstances, there is a need to setup the outbound request call from the virtual network to go through forward proxy before it can hit internet. Below is the reference on how to setup Azure APIM with Squid Proxy.
Create the Virtual Network with 3 different subnets.
Step 1 : Create Squid Proxy VM
Finally, a few hours before i start writing this post, i received my CKAD result and the email title was “You have successfully completed CKAD certification”.
So today i am going to share my experience on some of the preparation and tips of how i get certified on CKAD.
The article that published yesterday by Microsoft enable the remote work faster with the new WVD capabilities has changed dramatically on how to deploy and provision WVD rapidly.
After reading through the article, launched my Azure Portal and checking on the new capabilities to experience what is the changes and the first thing that i did was to immediately provision the latest WVD. I have listed down below to share my experience and there are a lot of improvements after the integration of WVD into Azure Portal. …
This is mostly the fundamental part of the entire provisioning of WVD as, without the Golden Image, it is tough to provision to 10, 100, 1000, or even more of different host pools in WVD.
My previous article here sharing about how to re-image the golden image to help to re-create for different environments or different customers to shorten the steps and ease the customer in terms of deployment.
In order to achieve the baseline of the WVD Golden Image, the following steps can be used for reference on how to configure and create the image into vhd format.
For many of us working on Cloud, buzz words like agility, time to market are often bandied around loosely. While we see these key factors driving cloud growth on a daily basis, the actual impact on customers might be less remarkable.
Yet we reckon that agility is probably the most coveted ability in these Covid-19 days. At a time where global government rules are changing on a daily, and at times hourly basis, staying at home while staying the course on productivity became an overnight challenge.
While Singapore have been lauded for the country’s measured response on Covid-19 since January…
When most of the organizations are currently moving to the trend to implement Microservices pattern, Containerization, Modernization, and etc. They might consider using Kubernetes as one of the options.
However, most of the time we might face challenges like the workloads or the projects that need to be fully secured or the traffic must be controlled in some of the restricted environment. Some of the concerns will be, how can we fully deploy the cluster within the vnet without any communication through public ip.
With my recent experience on the preview of the cluster egress with UDR (preview only, please…