Day[66/100] #100DaysOfCloud – Jonnychipz – Enterprise Scale – Landing Zone OpenHack – Day 3

The final Day of the Enterprise Scale Open Hack is here and what a whirlwind of a few days it has been! Today was more focussed around the superb Microsoft folk giving the partner community a bit of a deep dive discussion and demo on a certain number of areas on Deploying Enterprise Scale. Deployment …

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Day[60/100] #100DaysOfCloud – Jonnychipz – Choosing the best tools to manage your Azure Environment

I thought I would jump in early today with a little bit of a lighter post on choosing appropriate management tooling to manage your Azure infrastructure. We know that we have several options for managing our Azure Environments, from Azure CLI, to PowerShell, the Azure Portal itself all the way through to utilising Azure Resource …

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AzureCLI – ‘az configure’ | Set defaults for your scripts to use

Just a micro blog to point out a neat feature of the AzureCLI, namely the Configuration settings. With the command: 'az configure' you can configure your terminal environment to hold a list of 'default' key/value pairs of common script parameter requirements: So, instead of constantly typing a location as 'uksouth' or a resource group name …

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Azure CLI – Creating a Virtual Machine

In my previous article, I described the process for creating a Virtual Machine in the Azure Portal. A colleague asked me to show them what the Azure CLI script might look like to create the same Virtual Machine, therefore I have quickly put the following together. For more information on Azure CLI please click here. …

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