This week I welcomed Anthony Chu, Program Manager at Microsoft, to discuss Azure Static Web Apps and Azure Functions. Anthony and I have a conversation on why this service makes sense for your web apps.
Not all applications are born in the cloud, some are running in data centers across the globe. Moving them into the cloud should be something that excites you rather than looks like a challenge. This time, Laurent Bugnion joins me on AzureFunBytes to discuss how to begin your migration journey into Azure.
Laurent and I spent a lot of time ...
December 28, 2020
Dec 28, 2020
In this video, learn how to manage containers for deployment, options for container registries, and ways to manage and scale deployed containers. We’ll learn why to use containers, the advantages, and even demo a container creation.
In this stream, Donovan Brown joins me to discuss the different methods of implementing DevOps on Microsoft Azure. We take a walk together through different workflows with GitHub Actions, Azure Web App Service, and more. Donovan helps me "rub some DevOps" on some deployment targets we'll spin up to ensure repeatable, reliable releases.
November 23, 2020
Nov 23, 2020
The Azure Cloud Shell is one of my favorite things about using Azure. Many of the administrative tasks that I may have had to run from a local computer can now be done from a browser anywhere I can authenticate into my Azure account. I used to always worry about needing a computer that had a shell or a terminal program with my ssh key on it ...
The video should help provide you with a great start on using this service with your Azure Web App Service. Utilizing resources like GitHub actions can help you on your journey to becoming a Microsoft DevOps Certified Expert.
The pull request workflow in Static Web Apps is super cool, but that only works for Static Web Apps and GitHub Actions.. This blog post walks you through how to implement the same PR workflow for Azure App Service using Azure DevOps
Try out Azure Repos' mobile-friendly and faster pull request experience with new features like adding required reviewers per pull request, comparing multiple iterations, and accepting suggested changes within the pull request!
With the release of OpenSSH 8.2 last month, connections to SSH servers using SHA-1 was disabled by default in the OpenSSH client. We understand that this move helps improve the security of SSH connections, by encouraging all users to adopt the SHA-2 class of algorithms, generally considered safer. However, this resulted in OpenSSH users not ...