Tagged: Azure Resource Manager

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Best practices to architect Resource Groups in Azure

On a workshop at the client, we were talking about what are the best practices to design an architecture for Resource Groups (RG) in Azure. This time we have a good time debating what will be the scenarios and what are the limitations when you come to architect and standardize the deployment of RG. The most interesting scenario was evolving the limitation that RG have at the time of a...

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Infrastructure as a Code (IaC) Series #1 – The beginning!

From the past months, I’ve been upgrading all my scripts that I have been using along the years to a platform that allows me to be more productive, reusing all the IP that I have been gathering and creating along the years. But in what way I should enhance/improve this? Then I got stroked by a light! What I was doing from all of those years was kind of an...

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How to overwrite Tags on an Azure Resource

With the limitation of 15 Tags per resource, you will reach a point that you need to intervene and either remove some of the tags or reuse them. On my previous post (How to update specified tag from a resource) I showed a way to update a specific tag in a Azure Resource. Some time that will be enough, other time you need to overwrite what is implemented by a...

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How to get Tags for all the resources on the same Resource Group

When you heavily use Tags on your Azure Resources, is very easy to reach the limits of the Tags that Azure allow to use on each resource. On the other hand, to be consistent on the Tags applied on those resources is key to a good Tag implementation. The way that I like to do is to create an Azure Automation runbook, so when it runs you will have the...

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Adding an IP to an existing Azure Virtual Network Gateway

So, you have a Virtual Network Gateway deployed in Azure and it’s working just fine, although you would like to add another public IP to an existing Azure Virtual Network Gateway to be used as an Active/Active BGP scenario. The question is: Can I update the IP configuration for the existing gateway or do I have to remove/rebuild the gateway to add the new public IP? The answer is: You...

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Serial Console access on Azure Virtual Machine

Finally come the day that Microsoft was able to announce this feature. Accessing the serial console on an Azure VM is a huge step forward. But why is so important? It’s huge! Sometimes when our friend Mr Murphy comes and makes everything goes south, you are in a certain way limited on the diagnostic tools that you have, to troubleshoot the cause of that machine is not booting. Have access...

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Azure VNet-to-VNet VPN configuration – Part 3

In this blog post series, I will cover what you need to configure to create a VNet-to-VNet VPN between to Azure regions on the same subscription. Although is about the same configuration if you want to configure two different VNets on different subscriptions. You can see the part 1 post here and the part 2 here. So, at this moment I have both networks setup with their gateways configured. Although...

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Azure VNet-to-VNet VPN configuration – Part 2

In this blog post series, I will cover what you need to configure to create a VNet-to-VNet VPN between to Azure regions on the same subscription. Although is about the same configuration if you want to configure two different VNets on different subscriptions. You can see the previous post here. On Part 1, I create one side of the network using Azure Portal. Although, that is not my usual method...

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Azure VNet-to-VNet VPN configuration – Part 1

In this blog post series, I will cover what you need to configure to create a VNet-to-VNet VPN between to Azure regions on the same subscription. Although is about the same configuration if you want to configure two different VNets on different subscriptions. A lot of my costumers think that you setup multiple VNets on Azure they automatically are connected to each other, because it’s Azure. That is a huge...

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Instant Recovery Point and Large Disk Azure Backup support

With everything that happens on Azure, and following what has been announced of the increase of the size of the disk in Azure, from 1TB to 4TB, the only missing part of this was the support of Azure Backup to be able to backup and recovery those volumes. But what changed? Today the Azure Backup job consist of the Two phases: Taking a VM snapshot Transferring the VM snapshot to...