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Blog is moving

All, After blogging about 13 years – it’s time to say goodbye to this lovely MSDN blogging platform. It is changing, and I have decided to keep this blog as it is but for new one it will be http://wriju.wordpress.com Please keep motivating me as usual. I will be posting new articles here. Regards, Wriju… Read more

Azure Update during March 2019

Let’s have them all in one page General availability: Azure Availability Zones in East US Global VNet Peering now supports Standard Load Balancer Protect on-premises VMs by directly replicating to managed disks in Azure .NET Core February 2019 Update availability on App Service General availability: Azure Kubernetes Service in France Central Extended Security Updates for… Read more

Azure CLI – some tips

Keep your Azure CLI always update. This is recommended to use Cloud Shell because all the versions of runtime and libraries are updated. But this is not persistent and does not allow you to keep it idle for a longer time. If it goes off then you will not find the history any more. That’s… Read more

Preparing and appearing for AZ-300

If you pass the both AZ-300 and AZ-301 then you become the Azure Solutions Architect Expert. This is one of the role-based certification exams microsoft has recently announced. For more details about which one fits you well please have a look into the blog post https://buildazure.com/2018/09/24/introducing-role-based-microsoft-azure-certification-shakeup/ Here I am going to discuss about AZ-300 specifically…. Read more

Azure Blockchain Development Kit

Blockchain in Azure is nothing new. Blockchain is not new but to get more compute power and security you need platform like Azure. Well, once you have them in Azure you need App. Here we are the Blockchain Development Kit is now available https://github.com/Azure-Samples/blockchain/tree/master/blockchain-development-kit  With Azure Blockchain Workbench you enable developer the set of services… Read more

Azure Latency Test

Do you know what’s the latency between Azure DC. Do check out http://www.azurespeed.com/  There are quite a few options for you to test the speed… Read more

2019 – a Developer’s view

2018 has been great so far for developers. With cloud automation CI/CD has become the focus. A major chunk of that scripting work is to be done via the script or code. How a developer would grow into the current role defines his/her ability to quickly adopt the ever changing world. Gone are those days… Read more

Free Trainings for Azure Certifications AZ-*

Azure Certifications are going through a major revamp. Now we have series like AZ-100, AZ-101, AZ-200, AZ-201, AZ-300, AZ-301 etc. We need some guided training and this helps. Microsoft has announced some free training covering most of the new Azure Certifications For more please visit https://cloudsociety.learning.microsoft.com/courses … Read more

Start Free with Azure Stack Development Kit

Azure Stack is a hardware-based appliances which means you need to buy the hardware to be able to feel it. Hardware acquisition takes time, so you need a playground to test if things are fine as you expect. Find an abandoned hardware and install the Azure Stack Development Kit (ASDK) to play on it since… Read more

Free Azure Subscription–no credit card needed

What if you have Azure Subscription to play with and need no credit card? Pretty cool, huh!!! You must explore Microsoft Hands on Labs https://www.microsoft.com/handsonlabs/selfpacedlabs  This gives you labs for both on-premises and Azure. The one which is Azure will take you to a console which would have instructions and Azure user id and password…. Read more

Azure for Enterprises

The public cloud, out of the box, needs help to be enterprise ready. We need a bit more compliance and governance around it to make sure it is highly secure and as per the company standard. With the recent announcements of Azure Policy, Management Groups, Resource Graph, Cost Management and Blueprint we have now the… Read more

Azure REST API Explorer

Azure has many layers of interactions REST API, PowerShell, CLI, Portal etc. On top of REST API we have Client SDKs like in NodeJs, Python, .NET. As we all know that the REST API is the lowest level of API, hence it has more capability than any other abstractions. There is a nice API Explorer… Read more

Control your Azure Cost

Cost optimization is another key aspect of successfully running Applications in Cloud. Here is the Ignite 2018 session Make the most of Azure by optimizing your cloud spend through Azure Cost Management https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xm2olT2xXhQ… Read more

Azure Update in November 2018

Upcoming Azure Sphere 18.11 release Azure IoT Edge 1.0.4 release OMS Agent for Linux November release now available Azure Container Instances now available in Canada Central Azure portal November 2018 update Azure API Management update November 8 Azure Policy now audits applications installed inside virtual machines General availability: Azure Availability Zones in Southeast Asia General… Read more

Quantum Development Kit 0.3 Release

Here is the 0.3 release of the Quantum Development Kit!! Main features: ·       New quantum chemistry library. The new quantum chemistry library can be used to develop quantum simulation solutions in the chemistry domain. We worked closely with chemistry experts at Pacific Northwest National Labs (based in Richland, WA) to bring real-world chemistry to Q#…. Read more

Quantum Machine Learning Lab

There is a lab on Quantum Machine Learning is now available https://github.com/Microsoft/MLADS2018-QuantumML  To work on this tutorial, you’ll need to install the Quantum Development Kit, available for Windows 10, macOS, and for Linux. Please see the install guide for the Quantum Development Kit for the detailed instructions. We recommend that you use Visual Studio 2017… Read more

New Azure Audit Reports

Often times you need to refer the latest Audit reports for many valid reasons. These reports are available at https://aka.ms/azuresoc2auditreport – you need to use your login (the same which you use to login to Azure or create a new) then get the list of PDF files The NEW are the ones which is done… Read more

Log Analytics Playground

If you care about Azure you care about Log Analytics. Because it is that display board which keeps telling that you are doing right. Sometimes these things needs data to try things out. However, you can check the data with interactive query designer here https://portal.loganalytics.io/demo So enjoy and you need no Azure subscription at all…. Read more

Pointing an existing ASPNET Core WebAPI from MongoDB to CosmosDB

Use case: An existing Application was written using ASPNET Core pointing to an installed MongoDB in Ubuntu Server. Since CosmosDB is fully managed globally distributed NoSQL database and also supports Mongo API it is easy to reuse the same code and point it to CosmosDB by just changing the connection string at the application. No… Read more

Easy steps to create Azure Kubernetes Service

Step 1: Open the bash cloud shell from browser https://shell.azure.com Step 2: Create a resource group in AKS supported region (check https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/aks/container-service-quotas) $ az group create -l eastus -n rg-wgaks Step 3: $ az aks create -g rg-wgaks -nwgakscluster –generate-ssh-keys To check: Step a: Run below Step b: the output should look something like below… Read more

Download All Build 2018 Sessions offline

Edited All the build sessions are listed here in Youtube as a playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlrxD0HtieHg7uB3_amVXvaRgxIcXLtYD Using this playlist, we can get all the individual session URLs via PowerShell After I was able to create the list, there are two options for me, The offline list https://github.com/wrijughosh/PowerShellWG/blob/master/Build2018All.pdf I can add only the URLs of my interest and… Read more

Build 2018 All Sessions

All of the Microsoft Build Sessions are here http://aka.ms/build2018all There are around 200 plus sessions. Time is the only challenge you have now…. Read more

Bulk VM creation from CSV using Azure PowerShell

This sample talks about few basic aspects of Azure PowerShell, 1. Reading from CSV 2. Parameterizing PowerShell 3. Calling another PowerShell from PowerShell with Parameters Now let’s see how the CSV lools like, And I am going to use these three columns as input parameters for another script. So to read this one might use… Read more

Azure April 2018 Updates

Power BI Embedded Q&A added to Edit and Create modes for report authors Power BI Embedded supports additional mobile gestures Power BI Embedded: Get visual data Power BI Embedded Bookmarks API General availability: New regions for Red Hat Update Infrastructure General availability: Azure zone-redundant snapshots and images for managed disks Support for operationalising Azure Databricks… Read more

Migrating from Azure Service Manager (ASM) Virtual Machines to Azure Resource Manager (ARM) VM

Time is up. With the announcement of http://manage.windowsazure.com is no more available since 2nd April 2018, it is high time you think around your classic Azure (ASM) resources. Most of the classic services can be managed from new portal i.e., https://portal.azure.com Here we will consider classic Virtual Machines with Virtual Networks. This is simple because… Read more

Azure Updates – March 2018

General availability: Global VNet Peering Global VNet Peering is now generally available. Global VNet Peering enables resources in your virtual network to communicate across Azure regions privately through the Microsoft backbone. VMs across virtual networks can communicate directly without gateways, extra hops, or transit over the public internet. This allows a high-bandwidth, low-latency connection across… Read more

One Azure Learning Video to make you a hero from zero

Great Azure Learning Video for 2 hour 40 min, this contains Content 00:05:00 – The Azure Portal 00:10:12 – Networking in Azure 00:22:16 – Azure Virtual Machines 00:50:57 – Containers and Kubernetes Orchestration 01:03:39 – Directory Services and Azure AD 01:18:23 – DevTest Labs 01:29:48 – Backup and Disaster Recovery 01:37:15 – WebApps 01:55:05 –… Read more

All about PaaS PostgreSQL and MySQL in Azure

Fully managed PostgreSQL and MySQL is now GA. This means you can use them in production. The announcement: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-general-availability-of-azure-database-services-for-mysql-and-postgresql/ Video: https://youtu.be/ElKfEurMi9E Compliance: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/compliance-offerings-for-azure-database-for-mysql-and-azure-database-for-postgresql/ Security: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/securing-azure-database-for-mysql-and-azure-database-for-postgresql/ Check the Azure datacenter region availability: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/global-infrastructure/services/ User Feedback or feature request: https://feedback.azure.com/forums/597976-azure-database-for-postgresql Last but not the least is your beloved documentation: MySQL https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/mysql/ PostgreSQL https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/postgresql/ Migrate your on-premises data… Read more

Azure Labs are Free for you

https://www.microsoft.com/handsonlabs/SelfPacedLabs As of today there are 227 labs. For me time is the issue here. I wanted to do all of them. So why to wait for a classroom training? Enjoy the learning…. Read more

Azure Release Update February 2018

GUID migration: Stream Analytics Public preview: Azure Backup integration with Azure Files Power BI Workspace Collections is being retired General availability: Application consistent backup for Linux VMs by using Azure Backup Analytics Platform System: Hardware refresh available for HPE appliances from May 2018 Skip header rows on SQL Data Warehouse PolyBase load Seamlessly troubleshoot and… Read more

Azure Release Update January 2018

·       General availability: Virtual Network Service Endpoints and Firewalls for Azure Storage ·       .NET Core 2.0 support for App Service on Linux ·       General availability: Azure Network Watcher in Microsoft Azure Germany ·       General availability: Azure Network Watcher in Microsoft Azure Government ·       Azure DevTest Labs: Set expiration date for a lab announcement ·       Azure… Read more

Weekly Azure Blogs

Compute Continuous-Deployment to Azure Imperial College Hack – ICHack18 Cognitive Challenge Winners Spidentify Cloud Platform Release Announcements for February 21, 2018 Azure App Service Environment Available in Azure Government Cost Optimization on Azure Announcing Azure US Government regions on Azure Status page New Azure GxP guidelines help pharmaceutical and biotech customers build GxP solutions Networking… Read more

Find unused Managed Disks

In your Azure you might have created Managed disks and never used them. Do you still pay for disks which are not in use? Then delete them if they are not in use. https://github.com/wrijughosh/PowerShellWG/blob/master/OrphanDataDisk.ps1 Namoskar!!!… Read more

Quick Tip while working with Azure PowerShell

Azure PowerShell is an ocean of commands. Remembering them while working is next to impossible. Azure PowerShell gives you an elegant option to find out what you need. Few things I use while try to explore what’s there for me while exploring the options. Use Get-Help Get-Help is a powerful command. You can use it… Read more

Azure PowerShell Login “Remember Me”

We use “Remember Me” feature quite a lot in our personal computers for quick login. This seamless experience can be achieved in Azure PowerShell as well. When you work with Azure PowerShell it asks for the login. Once you close the PowerShell windows it automatically clears up the context. You may want to keep it… Read more

Know your Azure Subscription Quota and Usage

There are two ways by which you can face the Azure Subscription limit, Wait till you script fails provision the resources Check regularly on important services and their limit. Obviously the second option is the desired one and PowerShell do give few easy to run commandlets Few things you need, Login to Azure using PowerShell… Read more

Setting up Azure for your Enterprise

Did you hear about “Secure DevOps Kit for Azure”? This is all you need to set up Azure for your enterprise with control and compliance. It is a collection of tools, extensions, automations etc. It has six major areas, Secure the subscription Enable secure development Integrate security in CI/CD Continuous Assurance Alerting and Monitoring Cloud… Read more

Azure Update January 2018

Jan 31 General availability: Virtual Network Service Endpoints and Firewalls for Azure Storage Jan 30 .NET Core 2.0 support for App Service on Linux Jan 29 General availability: Azure Network Watcher in Microsoft Azure Germany Jan 29 General availability: Azure Network Watcher in Microsoft Azure Government Jan 29 Azure DevTest Labs: Set expiration date for… Read more

CentOS 7 changing other user password

I forgot one user’s password. Luckily, I could remember the root password. That enables me to change the other user password even if I don’t recall the current one. $ sudo su $ passwd username This prompted me to give the new password and confirm. That’s it…. Read more

Azure PowerShell Get to know about availability of the VM sizes

You may know that all Azure regions does not provide all types and sizes of VMs. So while designing a deployment it is important to understand what is in the store, A simple PowerShell would give you list of VM Sizes Get-AzureRmVMSize -location eastus You may also dump this to a .csv file Get-AzureRmVMSize -location… Read more

Microsoft Cognitive Services: The Language Understanding (LUIS) service generally available (GA)

Part of Microsoft Cognitive Services, the Language Understanding (LUIS) service provides simple tools that let you build your own language understanding models (intents/entities) to help any bot or app provide natural language-based interactions for users. They also let you: ✓ Use a comprehensive set of APIs that will interpret your sentences and identify intents and… Read more

DevOps in Azure

DevOps Project makes it easy to get started on Azure. It helps you launch an app on the Azure service of your choice in a few quick steps. DevOps Project set you up with everything you need for developing, deploying and monitoring your app. Creating a DevOps Project provisions Azure resources and comes with a… Read more

All Free Developer Tools

If you are a developer you may build applications without buying any tools you need. Most of the developer tools are free today. So go ahead and get them, https://www.visualstudio.com/dev-essentials/  All the tools you need Tools to develop for any platform – for free. Tools include an extensible integrated development environment and code editors to… Read more

Deploying with Azure

Production ready cloud applications need to be built for scalability, monitoring, management, security, resiliency, and more. The patterns covered in this guidance include example implementations for Microsoft Azure. Reference Architectures Best Practices Patterns Free Course Namoskar!!!… Read more

Microservices & Docker Architecture for Apps

Microservices are small, modular, and independently deployable services. Docker containers (for Linux and Windows) simplify deployment and testing by bundling a service and its dependencies into a single unit, which is then run in an isolated environment. Architecture e-book: PDF | Web | MOBI | EPUB DevOps e-book: PDF | Web Video Sample App Patterns… Read more

Azure Update – November 2017

Azure Notification Hubs .NET SDK now compatible with .NET Standard 2.0 Clearer choice of CLI: Azure CLI 2.0 for Resource Manager Public preview: Azure Automation watcher tasks GUID migration: Security and Audit solution for Azure Government Azure DevTest Labs: Post customized announcements to your lab Manage payment methods in the Azure portal General availability: Visual… Read more

Azure Container Service (AKS) and Kubernetes UI

Off late I was playing with new preview feature of Azure Container Services (AKS). This is a managed Kubernetes hosting environment. You don’t need to be an expert container orchestration. And with all managed Azure service this too takes the pain of infrastructure management. So, what I was doing and thought to share with you…. Read more

Microservices Guidance Is Now Available

Microservices guidance is now available at  Azure Architecture Center Microservices have become a popular architectural style for building cloud applications that are resilient, highly scalable, and able to evolve quickly. We explore how to model, build and operate a microservices architecture on Azure, using Kubernetes. Topics include: Using Domain Driven Design (DDD) to design a… Read more

Why a developer should not care about Serverless

Being a developer, one should be least bothered about Serverless. Why? Serverless is big bet and Gartner says “” etc. So what? Ask some basic questions to yourself, if Serverless going to reduce the coding effort? Those sleepless nights where you had debugged a thousand line JavaScript file with alert(‘1’), alert(‘function worked fine’) etc. The… Read more

Learn Power BI

The training is broken down in four self-contained modules: Module 0 – Exploring the portal Module 1 – Visualizations I Module 2 – Visualizations II Module 3 – Dashboard and sharing data Learn more about Power BI In this hands on lab, you have seen the basics of Power BI Service, creating out first reports… Read more

Azure Internet of Things IoT Hands on Labs

Easy: Node-Red will help you setting up a visual environment in your device and start creating a full IoT solution with very few code or even no code at all. Medium: Thing Labs is a step by step lab with an Intel Edison board, programming in Node.js and connecting it to IoT Hub. Requires basic… Read more

Azure IoT Security

Internet of Things security architecture When designing a system, it is important to understand the potential threats to that system, and add appropriate defenses accordingly, as the system is designed and architected. It is particularly important to design the product from the start with security in mind because understanding how an attacker might be able… Read more

Using Azure Storage for ClickOnce Deployment Windows Desktop application

ClickOnce and Windows Application are not new and so is Microsoft Azure. What appeals to me is the sleek way to distribute the apps across. This does not want any sort of deployment mechanism which enforces a large download and no auto update capability. ClickOnce has many such good features which I am in love… Read more

Azure Update – Oct 2017

Skylake Processors in FV2 Series VMs https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/blog/fv2-vms-are-now-available-the-fastest-vms-on-azure/ Azure networking available only in the Azure portal from October 4 Starting October 4th, Azure Networking features will be available only in the new Azure portal, we will no longer be supporting classic portal for networking related resources   Azure Data Lake Analytics introduces capabilities to manage pipelines… Read more

Azure Learning Path

There are bunch of Azure Learning Paths available https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/learning-paths/ As of today it covers a lot of major Azure services API Management App Service Mobile Apps documentation App Service Web Apps Azure Automation Azure Backup Azure IoT Suite and preconfigured solutions Learning Path Batch Cloud Services Cortana Analytics Process (CAP) Data Catalog Event Hubs IoT… Read more

All about Microservices

Microservices seems to be the end of the world now just like the legacy SOA, WCF, HTML5 and so on and so forth. If you are in Application Development industry you cant ignore it now. Better not. Here are some of the Microservices Resources Microservices – a definition of this new architectural term by Martin… Read more

উইণ্ডোজ অপারেটিং সিস্টেমে কিভাবে আপনার ডকুমেন্ট সুরক্ষিত করবেন

আমি মাঝে মধ্যেই দেখি আমার জানাশোনা লেখকবন্ধুরা তাঁদের ডেস্কটপ বা ল্যাপটপ খারাপ হয়ে যাবার কারনে লেখা হারিয়ে ফেলছেন। আমি লেখক নই কিন্তু জীবিকার খাতিরে আমায় নানারকম লেখালেখি করতে হয়। সেগুলি হারিয়ে গেলে বা মেশিন খারাপ হয়ে গেলে আমার পাগল দশা হবে। তার প্রতিকার হিসাবে আমি মাঝে মাঝেই আমার ফ্লপিতে বা সিডিতে কপি করে নিতাম। তা… Read more

Putting custom links to your Azure Portal Dashboard

How cool is it if you want to keep your custom links in Azure Portal Dashboard? Here are few simple steps, Open https://portal.azure.com and then click on “Edit Dashboard” Then you see “Tile Gallery” at the right side of the browser window at the left side. Select “Markdown” and drop it in your preferred location… Read more

Azure Update – March 2017

Mar 31 General availability: Azure Network Watcher Mar 31 General availability: Azure Monitor Mar 31 General availability: Azure resource health Mar 31 General availability: Azure Advisor Mar 31 Azure SQL Data Warehouse seamless integration with Azure Data Lake Store Mar 31 External file format support for UTF-16LE encoded files in SQL Data Warehouse Mar 31… Read more

Azure Update – April 2017

Apr 26 Azure Billing Reader role and preview of Invoice API Apr 20 Azure DevTest Labs: Use Azure CLI to create and manage lab VMs Apr 18 Release of Service Fabric SDK Preview and Runtime Preview for Linux Apr 18 Release of Service Fabric SDK 2.5.216 and Runtime 5.5.216 for Windows Apr 18… Read more

Azure Update – May 2017

May 31 Azure BizTalk Services: Simplifying our Azure offerings May 31 Azure DevTest Labs: Changes in exporting custom image VHD files May 29 Azure DevTest Labs: Use Azure CLI to claim VMs in a lab May 24 Azure Batch updates for May 2017 May 24 New Azure Data Catalog capabilities May 24 Azure DevTest Labs:… Read more

Introduction to Azure IoT

Microsoft is offering a free training on Azure IoT. If you really care about IOT you should check it out Join expert Jeremy Foster for this Azure IoT overview, and find out how to get started quickly. Explore the fundamentals of IoT and the Azure IoT platform, and see how the Azure IoT Hub easily… Read more

Azure CLI from Browser

Now you can run Azure CLI without installing it directly from //portal.azure.com On the top right corner you find the below icon “>_” next to notification This initiates a storage creation and one time setup.   After that Shell appears Then type “az” to enter into the Azure CLI. Rest is your playground. Troubleshooting Things… Read more

Azure App Services Security

Cloud and service and Security go hand in hand. Azure App Services is no exception to it. Here is the assorted list of security measures can be taken for App Services Secure your web app using various means of authentication and authorization Setup Azure Active Directory authentication for your app Secure traffic to your app… Read more

Azure App Services Migration Assistance

We have many tools paid and free to help us migrate workloads to cloud. There are a very few for Platform-as-a-service apps. It is believed that most of the time PaaS requires application re-write. However, a well-designed futuristic modern web application is ready for App Services most of the time. Microsoft provides state of the… Read more

What is your Azure SQL DTU

While sizing one of the points which comes to the mind is how can we SIZE our Azure SQL Database. Azure SQL Database tier is based on the unit known as DTU. This is combination of few things. Please refer the official Azure documentation for details. However Microsoft Azure also provides a small utility to… Read more

Latest Availability of Azure Services

Couple of Azure Services are now generally available (cloud version of RTM). Azure monitor: Built-in monitoring and diagnostics of Azure resources, enabling operational visibility across your cloud assets. For more please visit, https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-the-general-availability-of-azure-monitor/ Azure Analysis Services: is generally available, and is now available in three additional regions: UK South, Japan East, and West India, joining… Read more

Designing and moving applications to cloud

When working with customers we often come across the discussion on how one should plan on moving their line of business applications. Firstly, an enterprise needs to find the list of applications they are currently using which would then go to cloud. There are four types of applications, Applications which can be moved easily: now… Read more

Azure Automation with ARM and Azure Deploy – build the UI

Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates are a great way to build your automation. These JSON files can be executed in many ways. One of them is through a portal experience where user can select a template and run them. The UI would show the progress step by step progress. Let’s see how we can do… Read more

Azure Resource Manager Training Video Series

Azure Resource Manager DevOps: (01) Overview https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Azure-Resource-Manager-DevOps/01   Azure Resource Manager DevOps: (02) Tooling https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Azure-Resource-Manager-DevOps/02   Azure Resource Manager DevOps: (03) Customizing Templates https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Azure-Resource-Manager-DevOps/03   Azure Resource Manager DevOps: (04) Role-Based Access Control https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Azure-Resource-Manager-DevOps/04   Azure Resource Manager DevOps: (05) ARM and ALM Integration https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Azure-Resource-Manager-DevOps/05 Namoskar!!!… Read more

Azure App Services: Free Online Video Training

Mastering Azure App Service, Part 1: Building Azure Logic Apps https://mva.microsoft.com/en-US/training-courses/mastering-azure-app-service-part-1-building-azure-logic-apps-16829?l=N2TrqMY4C_305918563   Mastering Azure App Service, Part 2: Building Azure API Apps https://mva.microsoft.com/en-US/training-courses/mastering-azure-app-service-part-2-building-azure-api-apps-16830?l=jI6yrcY4C_9605918563   Mastering Azure App Service, Part 3: Building Azure Web Apps https://mva.microsoft.com/en-US/training-courses/mastering-azure-app-service-part-3-building-azure-web-apps-16835?l=VucUekp4C_4405918563   Mastering Azure App Service, Part 4: Building Azure Mobile Apps https://mva.microsoft.com/en-US/training-courses/mastering-azure-app-service-part-4-building-azure-mobile-apps-16836?l=clkpPiI5C_5106218965 Namoskar!!!    … Read more

Azure Resource Manager (ARM) – Find the template code of an Azure Resource

While you were exploring ARM, you may want to check how ARM needs to be created. One of the easiest ways is to explore the created Azure component. Here I have created Azure VM and wanted to check the ARM behind it. So, in the portal you will find a section “Automation” script. In that… Read more

Setting up Node.js Development to avoid manual server restart

In my previous post, I have shared how we can make the startup page for Node.js. Now every time we change anything to the server we need to go to command prompt and rerun the command. Instead we can make something which will keep watching changes in specific types of file and restart the server… Read more

How to make a startup page in Node.JS

In a typical Node.JS project you may have many JavaScript files. And running them from your command prompt you may need to explicitly type the name of the file. $ node app.js Instead in development we can get rid of this by creating startup page. To do that we need to add a line in… Read more

Node.JS Editor Bracket

While I was trying to find the editor for JavaScript Development, I found this Bracket. This is an Open Source Editor from Adobe and comes with many useful extensions. You may download it from http://brackets.io/ Here are the few extensions I have configured You may try them out. Namoskar!!!… Read more

Visual Studio 2015 as Node.JS Editor

Being a loyal Visual Studio 2015 user since 14 years I always prefer to use it for anything and luckily I have been fortunate enough to get all possible extensions. Now when I am getting my hand dirty with Node.JS I find another. You need to go under Visual Studio Menu > Tools and Extensions… Read more

Create CSV File List using PowerShell

  Text version to copy $arr = @() $rootFolder = “E:\Wriju_Documents\E-Books All\Art EBook” $a = Get-Date $fileDate = ($a.Day.ToString() + $a.Month.ToString() + $a.Year.ToString() + $a.Hour.ToString() + $a.Minute.ToString() + $a.Second.ToString()) $outputFile = “c:\temp\FileList_” + $fileDate +“.csv” $fileExtension = “.pdf”   Get-ChildItem -Path $rootFolder -Filter $fileExtension -recurse | ? {$_.PSIsContainer -eq $False} | % { $obj =… Read more