Tag: Azure

Create Scalable Vue.js Application with Azure Static Web Apps
Create Scalable Vue.js Application with Azure Static Web Apps
Blog Posts

Have you joined Microsoft Build 2020, where Microsoft introduced various exciting news to the world? Among all of the updates, I am especially keen to introduce Azure Static Web Apps, the hosting service for static website which has been finally announced as Public Preview, and that enables us to create & deploy Vue.js Web application literally within “a… READ MORE

Migrate SQL Server Database to an Azure SQL Database
Migrate SQL Server Database to an Azure SQL Database
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You can use Azure Database Migration Service to migrate the databases from an on-premises SQL Server instance to Azure SQL Database. In this example, we will move the SQL Server 2008 database on on-premises Windows Server 2008 R2 to Azure SQL. As seen in the image below, there is a database called “DCOInsurance” on SQL… READ MORE

Getting Started with Containers in Azure
Getting Started with Containers in Azure
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Deploy and execute Microsoft Azure container and containerized applications on Azure. This is the second book in Shimon Ifrah’s series on containers that will help you manage and scale containers along with their applications, tools and services. Download Chapter 2: Store and Manage Docker Container Images on Azure Container Registry (ACR). This chapter will cover… READ MORE

Diagnosing & Fixing Azure Backup Failures
Diagnosing & Fixing Azure Backup Failures
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Azure App Services provides us with a robust set of tools and features designed to make our lives easier. One of these features is the ability to enable automatic backups of your application to Azure Blob Storage. For many situations, it is as simple as clicking configure, selecting a few options, and voila you have… READ MORE

Azure Bastion – A Real Life Use Case
Azure Bastion – A Real Life Use Case
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I am currently working with a customer that has massive restrictions on how they can access resources, not only from their office WAN, but also from their laptops.  To mitigate some of the strict controls around accessing resources in Azure, we found out at the beginning of the project that most connections from their own… READ MORE