Processing data from SQLite hosted in an Azure File share, running in Azure Kubernetes Services

Processing data from SQLite hosted in an Azure File share, running in Azure Kubernetes Services

In this post, I am talking about how we can practically make use of the Azure File share that is mounted to our containers in AKS. I'm examining a PoC of how you can query a SQLite database hosted on an Azure File share, accessed from multiple containers at a huge scale simultaneously. It's fun, tag along.This is a mini-series with two parts.How to: Mount an Azure Storage File share to containers in AKS.(this post) Processing data from SQLite hosted in an Azure File share, running in Azure Kubernetes Services.I've simplified the sample code for this…

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How to: Mount an Azure Storage File Share to containers in Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS)

How to: Mount an Azure Storage File Share to containers in Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS)

In this article, I am talking about how to share a mounted Azure file share across multiple containers in your deployments in Microsoft's hosted Kubernetes offering, AKS.This is a mini-series with two parts.(this post) How to: Mount an Azure Storage File share to containers in AKS.Processing data from SQLite hosted in an Azure File share, running in Azure Kubernetes Services.Step by stepTo get started, we'll need an Azure Storage account and an Azure Kubernetes Services cluster up and running. Create an Azure file shareFor the sake of ease and to keep a somewhat visual appeal in…

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Getting Started with BYOK in Azure Storage - Encrypt data at rest with your own encryption keys

Getting Started with BYOK in Azure Storage - Encrypt data at rest with your own encryption keys

Many people are using the offerings in Microsoft Azure and hold their data in some type of storage containers. In Azure, this can come in the form of an Azure Storage Account, which this article is focusing on.I'll discuss and walk through how to BYOK (Bring Your Own Keys) to your Azure Storage Accounts, and use a Key Vault to point to the encryption keys that you own yourself.Link tip: Bring Your Own Encryption (Wikipedia)Link tip: Pricing and Restrictions for BYOK in Azure (Microsoft Docs)Link tip: Hardware Encryption vs. Software Encryption: The Simple Guide - Sam…

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Secure your Azure Storage Accounts with restrictions based on public IP addresses

Secure your Azure Storage Accounts with restrictions based on public IP addresses

Hosting data in the cloud is easy. Click, click and done - you're ready to go and put all of your sensitive information in the cloud. But, don't forget about securing that data. In recent years, data breaches have become something of a phrase you see in every organization's map of fears and risks. Not always was the focus on security as intense as it is now. Looking at the significant data breaches the last couple of years, it's evident that the stakes are getting higher and the malicious actors are better than ever before. Just take a look at…

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Fixing issue related to Package is not compatible with netcoreapp2.1, supports netstandard2.0, when using Azure DevOps (VSTS)

Fixing issue related to Package is not compatible with netcoreapp2.1, supports netstandard2.0, when using Azure DevOps (VSTS)

If you're using Azure DevOps (also known as VSTS), and you work with dotnet core in any capacity, perhaps you're migrating from one version to the next - as I was for some of my projects.An error that struck me was the following (redacted for clarity and brevity in the post):Errors in D:\a\1\s\Zimmergren.Demos.API\Zimmergren.Demos.Web\Zimmergren.Demos.Web.csproj Package Microsoft.Extensions.FileProviders.Physical 2.0.0 is not compatible with netcoreapp2.1 (.NETCoreApp,Version=v2.1). Package Microsoft.Extensions.FileProviders.Physical 2.0.0 supports: netstandard2.0 (.NETStandard,Version=v2.…

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