Azure PowerShell ‘Az’ Module

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-powershell-az-module-version-1/ Microsoft released a new PowerShell module specifically for Azure late last year called “Az”. On the plus side Az ensures that Windows PowerShell and PowerShell Core users can get the latest Azure tooling from PowerShell on every platform be it Windows PowerShell or PowerShell Core for my preferred operating system macOs. Microsoft state thatContinue reading “Azure PowerShell ‘Az’ Module”

Lazy Afternoons with Azure ARM Conditionals

Like many IT professionals I spent my early years in the industry working in customer oriented support roles. Working in a support role can be challenging. You are the interface between the people who consume IT services and the complexity of the IT department. You interact with a broad range of people who use theContinue reading “Lazy Afternoons with Azure ARM Conditionals”

Azure ARM, DevOps and Happy Days

Any application workload you deploy, be it on-premises or in the cloud requires supporting infrastructure. Things like network, storage, web servers, database servers etc. In the good old days we built each layer piece by piece. Virtualisation and then the cloud made this easier, reducing the need to laboriously wrangle with hardware on a dayContinue reading “Azure ARM, DevOps and Happy Days”