If you've read any of my blog posts regarding networking in Azure, you might have guessed it's one of my favourite topics. For ITops, it's one of the shifts in thinking required to make a change to cloud. As software-defined-networking is one of the core concepts required for a successful cloud implementation, it's no surprise … Continue reading Azure Networking Security – Where to Start?
In my opinion, one of the most interesting services to be launched this year by Microsoft was Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD). If you aren't sure what WVD is exactly, I wrote some initial thoughts on the service here and here earlier this year. Right at the end of September, the service went GA so here … Continue reading How to – Deploy Windows Virtual Desktop
If you've worked with Azure for a while, you would know that one of the most efficient methods of deployment is ARM templates and one of the most powerful services is Azure Policy. What you might not know, is that you can combine the two for efficient, iterative and defined deployments. A great point I … Continue reading How to – Azure Policy via ARM Template
When working with Azure, as with many cloud based services, one of the difficulties you may have to deal with is naming standards. Common sense would lead you to applying a single naming convention to all resources. However, in Azure, as the name of the resource can actually be used for many different things, one … Continue reading How to – Choose an Azure Naming Convention
This is a blog post you may have read in one form or another before. I myself have read several of them recently, delighted for others in the community being recognised for their contributions (round of applause for 1 month veterans Gregor Suttie and Richard Hooper 😀 ). However, it's not a post you imagine … Continue reading Achievement Unlocked: Microsoft MVP