Azure AZ300 Series – Virtual Networks

A vNet provides a logical isolation inside the Azure Cloud that is dedicated to your subscription. A vNet needs a few things. Standard things like the names subscription details etc. Let’s look at the Address Space. The default Address Base… Continue Reading →

Azure AZ300 Series – Storage Accounts

Creating a new storage account is straight forward. Give it a name and location. Another selection if the type if performance required. Standard or Premium. Standard refers to the magnetic storage and premium refers t the SSD. But the premium… Continue Reading →

Azure AZ300 Series – Analysing Resource Utilisation & Consumption

Azure monitor is a dashboard for all of the diagnostics activities within the Azure account to monitor applications and the infrastructure all in one place. One the main features of the monitor is to be able to create a baseline… Continue Reading →

Azure AZ300 Series – VM – Encrypting a Virtual Machine

Files on an Azure storage accounts are encrypted using secure storage encryption by default. But once you are able to see the VHD within a storage account you are able to access the data. So you can use BitLocker to… Continue Reading →

Azure AZ300 Series – VM – Deployment Automation

The automation of virtual machines is usually done using Resource Manager Model (ARM) templates. A deployment using ARM contains a template file, parameter file and the code to execute it (CLI, PowerShell, .NET or Ruby). You can get started with… Continue Reading →

Azure AZ300 Series – VM – Configuring a VM for Availability and Scale

Availability Set For most Azure regions the only option for availability is the Availability Set. When a VM is in an Availability Set it belongs to an availability group with other VMs. These VMs will be distributed across multiple hardware… Continue Reading →

Azure AZ300 Series – VM – Type of Azure Virtual Machines

Azure provides just over 120 different configurations that you can choose from these are called Instant sizes. Not every region of the world contains every instance size. That 120 plus virtual machine sizes get categorized into what are called instance… Continue Reading →

Creating Your First Google Cardboard VR App in Unity

This article covers some basic topics in creating a Google Cardboard VR app using Unity. This article is based on GVR SDK for Unity v1.130.1. We will begin with getting the Google Cardboard (GVR) SDK and setup a blank scene… Continue Reading →

Passing data between two Angular components using a service

There are plenty of examples showing us how to pass data between parent and a child component.  This one on angular.io for example. This post is an example on how to pass data between two separate components using a service…. Continue Reading →

Splitting a String in T-SQL

The STRING_SPLIT  is now available in SQL Server 2016 and onwards that splits a string using a separator.  For versions of SQL Server before 2016 it can either be done by using a UDF or using PARSENAME .  PARSENAME  is a… Continue Reading →

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