Azure Governance – 101

I have presented on “Azure Governance – 101” in Omaha Azure User Group on August 19th, 2020. I have covered the basics of Azure Governance. I have covered: Azure resource Hierarchy and scopes Azure Management Groups / Subscriptions / Resource Groups Azure Blueprints and Azure Policies Azure Role-based Access Control Azure Resource Graph Azure Cost Management I have also covered some demos to illustrate the different concepts. The session was a Level–100 session. Here is […]

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Deploying a logic app using azure devops yaml pipeline

In this blog post, I will walk through how to create a logic app in Visual Studio 2019 and deploy it through Azure DevOps using YAML pipelines: Prerequisite – You need to install “Azure Logic Apps Tools for Visual Studio 2019” extension in Visual Studio 2019: Step 1: Create a new repo in your Azure DevOps Organization and clone it in your local work system. Open Visual Studio 2019 and click on Create a new […]

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Global Azure Day 2020 : Getting Started with Microsoft Azure

As a co-organizer of the Omaha Azure User group, I have organized Global Azure Day 2020 – Omaha on Saturday, April 25th, 2020. It was a half-day online live event with 5 back to back sessions on Azure. Overall, the event was successful. We had 90 unique registrants watching our live stream. I spoke on “Getting Started with Microsoft Azure” to give the attendees enough information so that they can start their journey with Microsoft Azure. Here is the recording of my session –

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Azure Advent Calendar 2019 – Serverless with Azure

The best part of my Ignite trip back in November was that I happened to meet so many people including Microsoft Employees and MVPs. Couple of folks I met were Gregor Suttie and Richard Hooper. They both are Azure MVPs. After my trip, I followed them on twitter. On one good day, I happened to come across their tweets about Azure Advent calendar which these two people were organizing. I knew I was late, but, […]

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AZ-103 Study Guide: Microsoft Azure Administrator Associate Certification

The certification “Microsoft Azure Administrator Associate” is intended for IT administrators who have been administering Azure workloads spanning across compute, storage and networking features in Azure. Candidates should be proficient in using Azure Powershell, Azure CLI and ARM templates as well. For Certification details check out this link Here are the skills that the exam AZ-103 measures – Manage Azure subscriptions and resources (15-20%) Implement and manage storage (15-20%) Deploy and manage virtual machines (VMs) (15-20%) […]

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