Posts about Microsoft Azure. Security, architecture, infrastructure and operations, development, compliance, and a lot more.
Generate Bicep templates from existing Azure resources with VS Code Paid Members Public
Use Visual Studio Code to conveniently generate Azure Bicep templates for your resources, allowing you to work faster and smarter with templates!
Understanding Azure Log Analytics query auditing Paid Members Public
In this post, I will talk about Azure Log Analytics and query auditing capabilities. I may cover the use cases in an article later, expanding on why this functionality matters. There are many common use cases in legislation, regulatory compliance, and monitoring, but that's for another time. Here's what to
Track your Secure Score over time in Azure Paid Members Public
Use Microsoft Defender for Cloud continuous export to enable tracking of the historical Secure score in your Azure subscriptions.
Using the Azure Load Testing service Paid Members Public
Use the Azure Load Testing service to put your applications under stress and learn where the weak spots are - both in the application and dependent services.
Get the Container Instances usage in an Azure subscription Paid Members Public
Using the Azure management APIs to list Azure Container Instance usage helps us understand how close to the limits we are!
Create Azure Monitor Alert Rules with Azure Bicep Paid Members Public
Previously, I wrote a well-received popular blog post about Getting started with Azure Bicep. In that post, I also explained how you could automatically convert your JSON ARM templates into Bicep using the Bicep CLI. Regularly, I see new Bicep templates and other code being shared - but seldom the
Quickly discover any expiring certificates for Azure App Services Paid Members Public
Discover expiring Azure App Service certificates using Azure Resource Graph queries.
Deep-linking Azure Log Analytics and Application Insights queries Paid Members Public
For a while, I've wanted to craft deep links (direct links) to queries in Azure Monitor. Either directly to Log Analytics workspaces or to Application Insights resources I have. I have plenty of use cases for this, but most notably is the fact that we want to easily share queries