If you develop on Azure, or have jumpbox VMs you know the tears your wallet cries when you accidentally leave your VMs on for a night/weekend/week/month. Faced with this same problem I wrote a simple script to deallocate my Azure VMs (so that I don’t pay for them) if I’m not logged into them. The […]
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Once you’ve created an Azure Container Service (ACS) deployment running Docker Swarm (as opposed to DC/OS) the next step is to be able to deploy to it from your dev machine, build machine, etc… The goal here is to be able to run docker run … and get containers running on the Swarm cluster. Ensure […]
In this post I’ll show you how to get awesome load times for your website, while simultaneously decreasing your web server load. How you ask? By using Azure as a content delivery network! It takes 20 minutes to setup, and largely runs itself after that. Plus, if you have a small site it probably won’t […]
Deploy an Azure template from the portal without clicking on a magic “Deploy to Azure” button.
If you’re like me and you sign into Azure using your Microsoft account (MSA) then you’ll need an organization account to login to the Azure CLI for managing new Azure functionality (the good ol azure account import with a .publishsettings file doesn’t work for that stuff). Fortunately, creating one of these is easy. Start by […]