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Access Azure Blob Storage with REST and SAS

If you want to upload or download files to an Azure Storage Account, there are several options. Especially easy is the AzCopy tool. It allows file transfer on command line.The second way is through the Storage REST API. Interesting are… Weiterlesen →

Debug Container for simple Tests/Analyzing

The Microsoft employee Daniel Meixner (Blog, Twitter) had created a debug container. It is based on NodeJS and provides some calls. For example, the call / provides information about the container itself and displays the provided parameters. The function /api/cascade… Weiterlesen →

Creating Azure VM based on local VHD Files

A very common request regarding Azure is to bring your own local VM to Azure for a direct cloud use. For this purpose, it is recommended to use appropriate tools, such as Azure Site Recovery. If you already have the… Weiterlesen →

Mount CIFS in Docker Conatiner

An easy way to exchange data is Azure Files. The corresponding FileShare can simply be integrated as a network drive in Windows or as a CIFS mount in Linux. However, if a file share is also to be integrated in… Weiterlesen →

Move Data between On-Premises and Azure

One of the first and most frequently asked questions is: “How do I get my local data to Azure now?” There are many different ways to do this. A small (incomplete) list can be found here: Solution Pros Cons FTP… Weiterlesen →

Find matching Azure VMs with Excel and Solver-Add-In

Sometimes customers want a first rough indication of Azure running costs for an existing VM infrastructure. Frequently, information such as: Number of VMs Number of all CPUs across all VMs Number of total RAM across all VMs made available. Unfortunately… Weiterlesen →

Adding weekday checks to Azure Automation

Often the first workload in the cloud is a VM. If this VM runs 24 hours a day, you usually calculate 730 hours running time per month (365/12 days per month) and pay for this 730 hours. However, if the… Weiterlesen →

Retrospektive zum Global Azure Bootcamp in Rostock

In diesem Jahr hatte sich das Global Azure Bootcamp in Rostock mit dem Thema “Serverless” beschäftigt. Wir hatten uns mehr auf Hands-On fokussiert, d.h. wir wollten etwas pratisch umsetzen und jeder sollte mit seinem Azure Pass und seinem Laptop mitmachen…. Weiterlesen →

Protecting Backend Systems with Subnets and Network-Security-Groups

Many customers wonder how to protect the workload in Azure and whether everything is publicly accessible. I want to show how easy it is, to protect workload with network security groups.

Global Azure Bootcamp in Rostock

Auch dieses Jahr nehmen wir wieder beim Global Azure Bootcamp teil. Es findet weltweit gleichzeitig statt und in diesem jahr am Samstag, 27.04.2019. Wir haben in diesem Jahr das Thema “Serverless” in den Mittelpunkt gestellt und haben uns hauptsächlich auf… Weiterlesen →

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