Tag: Azure

Site 2 Site VPN FortiGate to Azure Stack
Site 2 Site VPN FortiGate to Azure Stack
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Connecting Azure Stack to my FortiGate Firewall I wanted to connect my new local Firewall to my Azure Stack vNet. As I described later this year I did it with my old firewall which was a virtual pfSense Firewall. It was very good to learn the real parameters and to proof that against a commercial product. Things… READ MORE

ARM Template Deployment from PowerShell on Mac
ARM Template Deployment from PowerShell on Mac
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Besides creating apps, I’m also loving cross-platform as a whole and of course everything Azure. I’ve known Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates for a long time now, but only recently I started working with them again. My daily development machine is a Mac, so I had to find out how to deploy an ARM Template from… READ MORE

Azure Function to Store csv Data in Cosmos DB
Azure Function to Store csv Data in Cosmos DB
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This is a http trigger function written in C# – .NET Core 3.1. It processed a csv file and store the data on Cosmos DB GitHub repo : https://github.com/hansamaligamage/fncsvdatastore Technology stack .NET Core 3.1 on Visual Studio 2019 Azure functions v3 and Azure Cosmos DB table API Some code snippets Retrieve the database storage account Create… READ MORE

Let’s Learn How to Build a Chat Application with Redis, WebSocket and Go
Let’s Learn How to Build a Chat Application with Redis, WebSocket and Go
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The WebSocket protocol offers a bi-directional (both server and client can exchange messages) and full-duplex (server or client can send messages at the same time) communication channel that makes it suitable for real-time scenarios such as chat applications etc. The connected chat users (clients) can send messages to the application (WebSocket server) and can exchange messages with each… READ MORE

Use Azure to Store SQL Server Backups Offsit
Use Azure to Store SQL Server Backups Offsit
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You always think your environment is setup correctly and that you’re able to recover in case of a disaster. You make backups, test your backups, setup DR solutions and in the end test the DR plan (very important). But have you ever considered a situation where all your data is unusable? If you get infected… READ MORE

Identity and Access Management
Identity and Access Management
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In non-cloud environments with static configurations, the focus has often been on firewalls and a traffic-centric approach for security. However, in the cloud, resources become dynamic, infrastructure and networking are shared, and users expect access to applications and data from any location at any time. Trying to manage your cloud security with firewall rules alone… READ MORE