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Tag: ITOps

Connect to your on-prem server from anywhere!

Original Post Read More Hello Folks,   A few weeks ago, I wrote about upgrading my local network edge device with one capable of connecting to my Azure virtual network using a site-to-site VPN.  I also mentioned that I would cover many other services and capabilities that this site-to-site VPN

AzUpdate S04E17: Azure Key Vault, Azure WAF and Azure Backup

Original Post Read More Hello folks,   This week is the last episode of season 4.  We will be retooling the format during the summer to figure out how to make this more valuable for you and easier to produce for us.  But today is Canada Day (The Canadian national

Adding optional font packages to Windows containers

Original Post Read More Customer feedback is the main driver for the Windows container team when planning new features and improvements to the platform. Since we launched containers in Windows Server 2016, customers have told us how a slim container image impacts the overall performance. With that in mind, we

I’ve resurrected my home Network!!

Original Post Read More Hello folks,   I’m back online this week.  Last week, my main router/firewall finally gave up the ghost after being a good stable device for the last few years.  I’m not sure if it had anything to do with the storm we had a couple of

Pod Identity or gMSA? Which one is best for you on Azure Kubernetes Service

Original Post Read More This blog post is the result of a conversation I had last week with a customer, in which we discussed the implementation of Group Managed Service Accounts (gMSA) on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) for their application. The result of the conversation was that we found out