Tag: Azure-Services

Kubernetes Networking in Azure
By: Date: 29/04/2022 Categories: azure Tags: ,

We evaluated multiple possible architectures and finally chose the one that was best by many parameters. We hope this post will help people setting up their own Azure clusters with decent networking. First let’s look at the available options for Kubernetes networking in Azure. Calico with BGP The first option was to use default Calico…

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Azure CI/CD Pipelines (Build/Release)
By: Date: 26/04/2022 Categories: azure Tags:

Azure separates the process of CI/CD using two pipelines build pipeline(CI) and release pipeline(CD) Build Pipeline In build pipeline you care about how to build and customize your artifact the way you want. For example if you have a spring boot application in your azure repo, you should make a task to jar your application…

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Azure Key vault can’t access
By: Date: 17/08/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

Problem Statement: As a tenant administrator you can’t inspect KeyVault contents created by other people (“you are unauthorized to view these contents”). Solution: You can assign appropriate permission in access policies. Go to Azure portal>Key vaults>Settings>Access Policies Click “Add Access plocies” Key permissions: Select all under “Key Management Operations” and “Cryptographic Operations” Select yourself as…

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Azure App Service on Linux
By: Date: 16/08/2021 Categories: azure Tags: ,

App Service on Linux to host web apps natively on Linux for supported application stacks. To view the latest languages and supported versions Run az webapp list-runtimes –linux Currently supported featuresLimitationsTroubleshoot performance issuesContinuous deployment to Azure App Service Currently supported features Deployments FTP Local Git GitHub Bitbucket Languages and frameworks Node.js Java PHP Python .NET…

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Action required: upgrade your AML cluster to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS by 30 April 2021
By: Date: 23/04/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

Azure Machine Learning (AML) is an enterprise grade service that provides compute infrastructure for your ML needs. Azure Machine Learning’s managed-compute infrastructure allows you to easily create a compute instance (CI) or a single or multi-node compute cluster. Starting 30 April 2021, Ubuntu is ending standard support for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (read more on the Ubuntu release blog) and as a result, Microsoft will replace…

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Microsoft brings Azure supercomputing to UK Met Office
By: Date: 23/04/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

This post was co-authored by Gayle Sheppard, Corporate Vice President, Global Expansion and Transformation. The UK Meteorological Office (Met Office) is working with Microsoft to deliver advanced supercomputing capabilities for weather and climate research, ensuring the continuation of the Met Office’s international leadership in this area. Supercomputing is fundamental to the Met Office’s weather and…

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Open source API Portal now generally available
By: Date: 19/04/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

The API Portal lets you create and publish a customized site with API documentation, for free and without writing code. Leverage a GitHub-based workflow that enables collaboration between API providers and API consumers, source control, automation, and free hosting.  Capabilities are designed to help you: Create a modern API documentation portal with REST API reference pages, code…

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Log Analytics Windows Agent for Winter 2021 now generally available
By: Date: 13/04/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

The Log Analytics Windows Agent for Winter 2021 is now available. This release contains a new troubleshooting tool andchanges to how the agent handles certificate changes in Azure Services. As always, we suggest using the latest agent available. If you have installed the Log Analytics Agent for Windows by using Azure extensions and have automatic extension updates turned on, this update…

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Microsoft powers transformation at NVIDIA GTC—GPU technology conference
By: Date: 13/04/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

Customers around the world rely on Microsoft Azure to drive innovations related to our environment, public health, energy sustainability, weather modeling, economic growth, and more. Finding solutions to these important challenges requires huge amounts of focused computing power. Customers are increasingly finding the best way to access such high-performance computing (HPC) through the agility, scale,…

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Cloud Services (extended support) is generally available, migration tool in preview
By: Date: 08/04/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

This post was co-authored by Altaf Tambawala, Principal Program Manager, Azure Today, we are announcing the general availability of Cloud Services (extended support), which is a new Azure Resource Manager (ARM)-based deployment model for Azure Cloud Services. The platform-supported tool for migrating existing cloud services to Cloud Services (extended support) also goes into preview today. Cloud Services (extended…

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General availability: Kubernetes v1.20 support in AKS
By: Date: 31/03/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

AKS support for Kubernetes release 1.20 is now generally available. Kubernetes 1.20 delivers a total of 42 enhancements in various stages of maturity. These include capabilities such as CSI Volume Snapshot graduating to stable, Kubectl Debug to Beta, and introduction of new capabilities such as Graceful Node Shutdown in Alpha. Learn more about Kubernetes release 1.20…

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