Azure CLI

Azure CLI 2.0: List and Set Azure Subscription

Azure CLI 2.0: List and Set Azure Subscription

To list and set the Azure Subscription to run Azure CLI commands against is an important step in command-line scripting. To do this, there are a couple important commands used to list the Azure Subscriptions your login has access to, view which subscription the CLI is...

Apply Tags to all of your Azure Resources

Apply Tags to all of your Azure Resources

Today I'm doing an Azure Migration and consolidation for a client and they wanted to tag everything within the existing Resource Group where is it deployed before we started moving things around to other Resource Groups and Subscriptions. Two important notes: ...

Azure CLI 2.0: List and Set Azure Subscription

Azure CLI 2.0: Convert VM to Managed Disks

Traditionally, Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) would use an Azure Storage Account to store the VM Disk Images for the VM. This required explicit management of what Storage Accounts contained which and how many VM Disks; both OS Disks and Data Disks. To simplify the...

Introducing the Azure Cloud Shell

Introducing the Azure Cloud Shell

The Azure Cloud Shell has been out for some time now, as an embedded Bash and PowerShell command-line shell / terminal within the Azure Portal. It really great to be able to use Azure command-line tools (Azure CLI & Azure PowerShell) from absolutely anywhere;...

Azure CLI 2.0: Quickly Start / Stop ALL VMs

Azure CLI 2.0: Quickly Start / Stop ALL VMs

You can easily Start and Stop Virtual Machines (VMs) through the Azure Portal. Previously, I've written about the importance of Stopping unused VMs to save money and place them in a "Stopped (Deallocated)" state. While it's easy and simple to do through the Azure...

Azure CLI 2.0: List and Set Azure Subscription

Azure CLI 2.0: Make Bash Output More Readable

It can be extremely useful to use the Azure CLI to manage / manipulate your Azure resources from the command-line. However, many of the commands will output a large amount of JSON that can be extremely difficult to read at the command-line. When using the Azure CLI...

Azure CLI 2.0: List and Set Azure Subscription

Azure CLI 2.0: Reset / Change Azure VM Password

It's very easy to spin up a Virtual Machine (VM) in Microsoft Azure. You can do it through the Azure Portal or with scripting tools such as the Azure CLI, Azure PowerShell cmdlets, and even ARM Templates. When you provision the new VM you need to set an Administrator...

Install Azure CLI 2.0 on macOS

Install Azure CLI 2.0 on macOS

The Azure CLI is the cross-platform, command-line tool for managing and automating cloud resources in Microsoft Azure. The tool is supported across macOS, Linux, Windows, and more newly usable from within a web browser in the Azure Portal. While you can run it in the...

Azure CLI 2.0: List and Set Azure Subscription

Azure CLI 2.0: Generate SAS Token for Blob in Azure Storage

Azure Storage is a cloud service at the very center of Microsoft Azure. It provides the foundations for storing data in many services and systems within the Azure cloud platform. You can use Azure Blob Storage to store any binary data such as files, images, backups,...

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Top FREE Microsoft Certification Hands-on Labs

Top FREE Microsoft Certification Hands-on Labs

It's important to use plenty of great study materials when studying for that next Microsoft certification exam. There are many great paid resources available on the video course front. You can always read the official Microsoft documentation too. However, if you need...

Azure Migration Readiness Whitepaper

Azure Migration Readiness Whitepaper

Over the past couple of months, Chris and I have been working with Microsoft on a whitepaper focusing on helping customers get ready for a migration to Azure. This paper focuses on the many different areas that are critical to the success of a project. These include...

Microsoft Azure IoT Developer (Exam AZ-220) Specialty Certification

Microsoft Azure IoT Developer (Exam AZ-220) Specialty Certification

The AZ-220 Microsoft Azure IoT Developer certification exam tests and validates your expertise as an Azure Internet of Things (IoT) Developer. Passing this exam will earn you the Microsoft Certified: Azure IoT Developer Specialty certification. If you are an IoT...

Certification

Top FREE Microsoft Certification Hands-on Labs

Top FREE Microsoft Certification Hands-on Labs

It's important to use plenty of great study materials when studying for that next Microsoft certification exam. There are many great paid resources available on the video course front. You can always read the official Microsoft documentation too. However, if you need...

Microsoft Azure IoT Developer (Exam AZ-220) Specialty Certification

Microsoft Azure IoT Developer (Exam AZ-220) Specialty Certification

The AZ-220 Microsoft Azure IoT Developer certification exam tests and validates your expertise as an Azure Internet of Things (IoT) Developer. Passing this exam will earn you the Microsoft Certified: Azure IoT Developer Specialty certification. If you are an IoT...

Microsoft Azure Certification: Where to Start?

Microsoft Azure Certification: Where to Start?

The question of "Where to start with Microsoft Azure Certification?" is a common one. Navigating the gauntlet of certification paths and exams can seem a bit daunting at first. This article is specially written to help ease the pain involved, so you can save time...

Free Azure Certification Exam Self Assessment Tools

Free Azure Certification Exam Self Assessment Tools

Studying for certification exams can be a time consuming task. This can especially be true if you're not entirely certain what to study. Chris Pietschmann and Dan Patrick have collaborated to combine their own insights as Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCT) to create a...

Internet of Things

Top 5 IoT Messaging Protocols

Top 5 IoT Messaging Protocols

Internet of Things (IoT) solutions employ some kind of messaging protocol for each individual IoT device to communicate in the system. These messaging protocols are used to transmit device telemetry (or messages) from the IoT devices to the IoT Messaging Hub (or...

Azure CLI 2.0: Create Azure IoT Hub

PowerShell: Create Azure IoT Hub

It's simple to provision an Azure IoT Hub service instance using the Azure Portal. However, there are time when you need a more DevOps style approach by scripting it. The Azure Powershell Az.IotHub module can be used to manage commands for managing Azure IoT Hub...

Microsoft Azure IoT Developer (Exam AZ-220) Specialty Certification

Microsoft Azure IoT Developer (Exam AZ-220) Specialty Certification

The AZ-220 Microsoft Azure IoT Developer certification exam tests and validates your expertise as an Azure Internet of Things (IoT) Developer. Passing this exam will earn you the Microsoft Certified: Azure IoT Developer Specialty certification. If you are an IoT...

Azure CLI 2.0: Create Azure IoT Hub

Azure IoT Hub and DPS to only support TLS 1.2 on July 1, 2020

Microsoft has announced they are moving Azure IoT Hub and Device Provisioning Service (DPS) to use Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 as the encryption mechanism of choice. As a result, TLS 1.0 and 1.1 will be deprecated July 1, 2020, and TLS 1.0 / 1.1 will no longer...

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