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Internet of Things refers to a collection of physical devices that are connected to the internet. Typically for collecting data, sharing data, controlling and monitoring devices. Microsoft has developed a number of managed IoT services that provide users with an endpoint to send data, manage and output data to other services. This blog will be… Continue Reading →
I have recently taken the AZ-700 (Designing and Implementing Microsoft Azure Networking Solutions Beta). and wanted to share some of the resources I used preparing for this exam. Note – This exam was in beta at the time of writing this blog. Exam Audience Profile Candidates for this exam should have subject matter expertise in… Continue Reading →
While implementing Azure Functions running on App Service Environment I came across an error “SSL Connection could not be established”. This issue occurred when performing a HTTP request from the Azure Function to another internal service which was utilising private certificates. As the certificate has been created internally and the Azure Function is a Microsoft… Continue Reading →
What is Azure Bicep Azure Bicep is a new Domain Specific Language (DSL) for deploying Azure resources. It has clearer syntax which makes it easier for reading and writing, than the current alternative JSON ARM templates. Bicep is a transparent abstraction over JSON ARM templates, treating ARM as a Intermediate Language (IL). Why use Azure… Continue Reading →
What is Ansible? Ansible is an open-source configuration management tool maintained by Red Hat. Ansible enables you to define server configuration as Infrastructure as Code, which within the Ansible world is known as Playbooks and is written in YAML. Ansible is completely agentless therefore, it operates over SSH (Linux) or WINRM (Windows). What is Azure… Continue Reading →
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