Governance v Azure: jak se kupuje, organizuje a dělají subskripce

Jste enterprise firma a myslíte to s cloudem vážně? Pak určitě budete chtít dobře řídit governance – kdo co smí, co komu patří, jaké politiky se mají vynutit, jak si rozdělit práci, jak řídit náklady. V tomto seriálu se na to zaměříme. Pokud Azure zkoušíte a platíte kreditkou, máte asi jen jednu subskripci. Jakmile ale…


What is the current .NET version on an Azure App Service

I have an App Service here (currentdotnetversion) that shows the output of the current (when I wrote this article) .NET version using C# code.  Here is a partial code snippet: I took the code from here and I got the Microsoft.Win32 assembly via a NuGet package, see Figure 1. Figure 1, where to get the…


How to delete your Azure App Service deployment credential

I wrote this article “Resetting FTP password, using Publish Profile credentials, Azure App Service” here which may be of interest to you as well.  In this article, if your goal is to deleted the deployment credential, then you landed on the right page.  If you access the Deployment credentials blade shown in Figure 1 you…


Etheroscope: A Smart Contract Visualiser

Guest post by Imperial College Industry Project Teams with Alice and Microsoft Azure Services. The team We are a group of undergraduates, studying Computing at Imperial College London. ● Joshua Cooper – www.linkedin.com/in/josh-cooper ● Finn Johnson – www.linkedin.com/in/finn-johnson ● G Suraj – https://g-suraj.github.io/ – https://www.linkedin.com/in/g-suraj/ ● William Woodacre – www.linkedin.com/in/william-woodacre ● Elliot Thomas – https://www.linkedin.com/in/elliot-thomas-29a1b6147/…


Imperial College Hack – ICHack18 Cognitive Challenge Winners Spidentify

Guest post by the Microsoft Cognitive Challenge Winners of Imperial Hack 18 team Spidentify Our Team Jonathan Mounty https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-mounty/ Third Year, Computer Science MSci King’s College London Sam Larsen-Disney https://www.linkedin.com/in/samuel-larsen-disney-80291074/ Third Year, Computer Science BSc King’s College London Christo Lolov https://www.linkedin.com/in/christo-lolov-25b768150/ Third Year, Computing MEng Imperial College London Oliver Norton https://www.linkedin.com/in/oliver-norton-276178b0/ Fourth Year, Computing MEng…


Friday’s Here – Check Out Your New Friday Five!

Hands-Free Security Scanning Within .Net Applications  Rion Williams is a Senior Software Engineer at Bay Dynamics. He lives in Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA and is passionate about making the developer community a better place. He’s frequently found answering questions on the ASP.NET Forums and Stack Overflow, writing blog posts, or contributing to a wide range of projects on GitHub. Follow…


Web App with Vnet Only Access using App Gateway – PowerShell Automation

Azure Web Apps provide a managed environment (PaaS) for hosting web applications. These environments have low operations and management overhead, which makes them a popular choice when moving applications to the cloud. The standard Web App offering is a multi-tenant environment configured for public access (with a publically accessible endpoint). When organizations want to host…


Azure Virtual Machine Images

Not everyone is aware of the Azure virtual machine images available in the Azure Marketplace so this is just a short post to highlight this great resource. These images are a convenient way to spin up new virtual machines and try out products and services.  For most of the products pre-loaded on the VMs, the…


Walk-through of using SSH to connect Azure VM Jump Servers

In this post, Premier Developer consultant Kurt Schenk walks us through setting up an SSH connection to Azure using a jumpbox. Using SSH to access resources is becoming increasingly common for Windows users. Some typical scenarios are connecting to Linux VMs from Windows development computers; another common one is using SSH to connect to VMs…


Microsoft Engineering loves SQLBits

I have the blessed opportunity to speak at many customer events. SQLBits is always one of my favorites because of the great community that attends and the opportunity for me to travel to a great city like London. Well, for SQLBits 2018, it is not just me. Microsoft engineering is actually sending quite a few…