Tag: Azure

Azure Service Bus Topic Filters
Azure Service Bus Topic Filters
Blog Posts

In this post, let’s have a look at a nice feature that comes with Azure Service Bus Topics/Subscriptions and that is Topic Filters.  Usually, when we publish a message under a Topic, all its subscribers will receive a copy of the message. But sometimes, we want to route specific messages only to a specific subscription based… READ MORE

Sending Per User Notifications using Azure Functions SignalR Service Output Binding
Sending Per User Notifications using Azure Functions SignalR Service Output Binding
Blog Posts

In this post, let’s have a look at how to send user Notifications using Azure Functions SignalR Service output binding. I already have an Azure SignalR Service and Azure Function setup. My client app is an Angular application. In my Azure Function, I have the Negotiate function as follows. public static class NegotiateFunction {     [FunctionName(FunctionNames.Negotiate)]     public static SignalRConnectionInfo Run(         [HttpTrigger(AuthorizationLevel.Function, “get”, “post”, Route = null)] HttpRequest request,         [SignalRConnectionInfo(             HubName = “%SignalR_HubName%”,             UserId = “{headers.x-application-user-id}”,             ConnectionStringSetting = “SignalR_ConnectionString”)] SignalRConnectionInfo connectionInfo)… READ MORE

Migrating Enterprise Applications to Azure Cloud Native
Migrating Enterprise Applications to Azure Cloud Native
Webinars

In this webinar Mihai Tataran from Avaelgo in Romania explores the methodologies (based on Well Architected Framework and Cloud Native) and technologies (PaaS, Microservices, AKS, etc.) used nowadays to migrate Enterprise Applications to Azure. The focus will be on WHY to move to Azure and what to gain from this move and based on those… READ MORE

OMIGOD: A VULNERABILITIES WITHIN AZURE VM MANAGEMENT EXTENSIONS
OMIGOD: A VULNERABILITIES WITHIN AZURE VM MANAGEMENT EXTENSIONS
Blog Posts

A couple of weeks ago a new case exploded around Azure virtual machines (Azure VM), and on-premises as well, and specifically those Linux with Open Management Infrastructures on board. In deep there are three Elevation of Privilege (EoP) vulnerabilities (CVE-2021-38645, CVE-2021-38649, CVE-2021-38648) and one unauthenticated Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerability (CVE-2021-38647). Open Management Infrastructure (OMI) is an open-source Web-Based Enterprise… READ MORE

Infinite Scrolling in Blazor
Infinite Scrolling in Blazor
Blog Posts

Orginal blog post by Gérald Barré can be found here Infinite scrolling is a way to automatically loads data when you reach the end of the page. It allows you to continue scrolling indefinitely. The method is often used in social media feeds or blogs. In this post, we’ll create a Blazor component that you… READ MORE

Azure Synapse Analytics Queries #6 Monitor Data Skew
Azure Synapse Analytics Queries #6 Monitor Data Skew
Blog Posts

Data skew is one of the most important considerations when working with Azure Synapse Analytics. Data skew is the uneven distribution of data across data storage distributions in SQL Dedicated Pools. In this post, you’ll learn how to monitor the data skew in your Azure Synapse Analytics SQL Pool.  About Data Skew  To begin, data skew is when your data is not distributed correctly across different… READ MORE

How to Deploy to Azure with Least Privilege
How to Deploy to Azure with Least Privilege
Blog Posts

In this post we’ll walk through the steps you can take to give a Service Principal a role with “Least Privilege” in Azure. After reading this article you will have a very practical method that you can use over and over again. You will be able to create roles for your Service Principals that will… READ MORE