Friday, June 5, 2020

Retrieve Azure Key Vault secrets from Logic Apps using Managed Identity

When working with Azure, we should always put our secrets into a secure store, such as Key Vault. This ensures that we can limit...
Azure Server

Two thoughts on Office 365 message encryption

What if you think you know a platform or functionality, but it turns out that you don't? Or: not all the details? That's what...

Windows Virtual Desktop running on Ephemeral OS Disks

Introduction Last week, Microsoft has made Ephemeral OS Disks General Available in all Azure regions (see the blogpost)! Some information about Ephemeral Disks (from the Microsoft...

How to run business logic code as background jobs in Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure offers multiple ways to run, schedule and trigger business logic code in the background. Business logic is a fancy way to say...

GitHub Actions Error -refusing to allow an OAuth App to create or update workflow

Posted in GitHub, GitHubActions I have been working with VS Code and learning GitHub Actions recently and was working through a great Pluralsight course on...

Windows Virtual Desktop is now General Available

Awesome news today: Windows Virtual Desktop is now General Available! Introduction Last year at Ignite 2018, Microsoft announced Windows Virtual Desktop (shortened to WVD) as the...

How to Use The Azure Traffic Manager

Azure Traffic Manager is a DNS-based traffic load balancer that enables you to distribute traffic optimally to services across global Azure regions, while providing...

Windows Virtual Desktop Powershell cmdlets updated.

Just a small update: the Powershell cmdlets for Windows Virtual Desktop have been published 3 days ago, on the 17th of September. The latest version...

Building my own RSS feed generator using .NET Core and the new System.Text.Json assembly

It’s that time again! And by this I mean I was thinking of grabbing a cup of coffee, splashing out a few lines of...

Running a static site in Microsoft Azure using WordPress for content management

I’m currently running my blog (the one you’re reading, thanks!) in Azure, Microsoft’s cloud platform. For the longest of times — which is maybe...