BOSTON: Infrastructure as Code using ARM Templates (ONLINE)

Today, I presented Boston Azure and North Boston Azure User Group online about Infrastructure as Code using Azure Resource Manager Templates. The session was very interactive, engaging with loads of questions from attendees. Talk Description Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Templates simplifies the process of automating the application infrastructure provisioning using Templates, policies, and configuration files. […]

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NASHUA: Infrastructure as Code using ARM Templates (ONLINE)

Today, I presented Nashua Cloud User Group online about Infrastructure as Code using Azure Resource Manager Templates. The session was very interactive, engaging with loads of questions. Talk Description Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Templates simplifies the process of automating the application infrastructure provisioning using Templates, policies, and configuration files. Application Infrastructure includes Networks, Compute (Virtual […]

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BOSTON: Azure Governance (Online)

Today, I had the opportunity to speak online at Boston Azure and North Boston Azure Cloud User Group, Boston, MA. Topic includes Azure Governances using Management Group, RBAC, Policies, and Blueprints. The session was very interactive, engaging with loads of questions. Meeting URL https://www.meetup.com/bostonazure/events/272514297/ https://www.meetup.com/North-Boston-Azure-Cloud-User-Group/events/272514397/ The Deck Talk Description Azure governance enables controls over people, […]

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Nashua: [Online] – Azure Governance

Today, As an organizer of the Nashua Cloud.NET user group presented about Azure Governances using Management Group, RBAC, Policies, and Blueprints. Meeting URL https://www.meetup.com/nashuaug/events/271910957 The Deck Talk Description Azure governance enables controls over people, processes, actions, and resources. Azure governance composed of the management group, role-based access control, policies, blueprints, monitor, and cost centers. In […]

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HTTP/2 Configuration

HTTP/2 supported IIS version 10 and above using Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 or later.  HTTPS/2 uses a single connection (multiplexed)  between multiple requests; new browser requests sent without waiting for other requests to finish.  For web sites hosted in virtual machines might already be using HTTP/2.  If the app hosted in Azure Platform […]

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