Kategorie DevOps

REST Requets with automatic Token generation in Azure: az rest

APIs are available for most functionality and information in Azure. A token, which must be sent with the request, is usually required to retrieve the information. Generating a token dynamically or retrieving it via a service principal is often a… Weiterlesen →

Application Gateway and App Services with Redirect

Azure App Services are often placed behind an Application Gateway. Routing is easier to control, your own certificates can be stored centrally and data traffic can be checked and attacks detected. However, if the App Service responds with redirects, the… Weiterlesen →

Generate different Cosmos DB Queries for different API Management Products

As a starting point, there should be an API with a GET operation to retrieve (flight) data from a Cosmos DB. How the token can be generated to access the Cosmos DB was shown in the previous post Calculating CosmosDB… Weiterlesen →

Calculating CosmosDB API Token in API Management

To retrieve data from a Cosmos DB, its REST API can be used. The query is transmitted in the body of a POST request. Based on the current date, an authorization string must be calculated and supplied. The calculation is… Weiterlesen →

8 Hints with Azure “Compute Choice Decision Guide”

If workloads are to be set up in the Azure, there are various options. To make the choice easier, Microsoft provides the Compute Decision Guide (see picture above). It differentiates between Lift&Shift and Cloud Native and gives recommendations for individual… Weiterlesen →

Long Running (endless) Azure Durable Function on Consumption Plan

In the blog post about endless running Azure Functions on Consumption Plan, normal Azure Functions can run without time limit with the help of the functionTimeout property. The same option is also available for the durable functions. The same timeout… Weiterlesen →

Long Running (endless) Azure Function on Consumption Plan

Standard Azure Functions (not Durable Functions) have a maximum timeout of 10 minutes on a consumption plan. This is the same timeout for the new Function Runtime ~4 (missing in the link). With the Function Runtime ~3, however, the timeout… Weiterlesen →

Azure Blob triggers Runbook with Event Subscription

My challenge was to start a runbook as soon as a new file was stored in Azure Blob Storage. Unfortunately there is no direct configuration option in the storage account for such notifications. One way would be to poll the… Weiterlesen →

Azure Data Transfer Costs

The cost of data transfer inside and outside Azure has become more and more complicated and confusing in recent years. This is due to various factors, so there are always new services with new prices, new Azure regions are emerging… Weiterlesen →

Select most suitable Azure Regions

Many customers have problems choosing the right Azure Region for their workload. Especially since the German Region is available, but not all Azure services are available yet, the selection has become even more difficult. To simplify the selection, the workflow… Weiterlesen →

Simple Java App (JAR) in Azure AppService

There are various ways to deploy Java applications on an app service. ZIP or WAR files can be uploaded or it can be deployed using a Maven plugin. But Java applications can also be deployed via FTP and executed using… Weiterlesen →

SSH (remote shell) in Azure Cloud Shell

Update December 2019:Since a while, the command has changed, is now longer in preview and no extension is necessary: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cli/azure/webapp?view=azure-cli-latest#az-webapp-create-remote-connection Sometimes I have problems with the integrated SSH blade in the Azure App Services with Linux – strange error messages,… Weiterlesen →

API Development – Service as a Service

In times of DevOps, high automation and decoupled microservices, we need well-maintained interfaces that not only work today, but also in a scalable world with a flexible roadmap. Whenever a new service is created, an API is also provided.

Arvato DevOps Poster

Im letzten Post hatte ich einen Link zu unserem gratis Arvato DevOps Poster eingefügt, hier ist der Link nochmal: https://it.arvato.com/content/dam/arvato/documents/reports/Arvato_Systems_Poster-A1_DevOps_2017.pdf [Update: 22.05.2019] Nach einer Umstrukturierung unserer Arvato Webseite, kenne ich den neuen Ablageort des Posters noch nicht und habe es… Weiterlesen →

The Time-To-Market is between 2 cups of coffee

What is a desirable time-to-market for a product? Of course, there can be no blanket answer here. But in the morning at the coffee machine to have an idea and in the afternoon, the first customers use the feature – that would be innovative!

Compare Container Citizen – Linux and Windows Container in Comparison

Cloud native software development without the container platform Docker? – unthinkable! In addition to the established Linux containers, the Windows containers also try to find their way. We dare to compare and check whether Windows containers are already among the “first-class citizens”.

Compare Container Citizen – Linux und Windows Container im Vergleich

Cloud native Softwareentwicklung ohne die Containerplattform Docker? – Undenkbar! Neben den etablierten Linux Containern versuchen auch die Windows-Container ihren Weg zu finden. Wir wagen den Vergleich und prüfen, ob Windows Container schon zu den “First-Class-Citizens“ zählen.

DevOps als Märchen

Wir haben kurz vor Weihnachten einen handgezeichneten Film zum Thema DevOps produziert. Die Idee dazu entstand aus zwei Blickrichtungen. Zum einen ist die Weihnachtszeit die klassische Märchenzeit mit gefühlten 20 alten und neuen Märchenverfilmungen täglich. Zum anderen klingt die Idee… Weiterlesen →

Best of Connect() 2017

These are the thinks I found interessting at Microsoft Connect() 2017: Deploy and Debug directly to Azure managed Kubernetes cluster (AKS) from local VisualStudio environment: Video: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Connect/2017/T256 currently needs a signup to get the preview Using VSTS to Deploy to Azure… Weiterlesen →

Aus Agil wird DevOps

Das Agile Manifest war der Anfang, doch es wird Zeit für den nächsten Schritt. Durch DevOps werden die agilen Ideen ganzheitlich und auf den gesamten Software-Lebenszyklus angewendet. DevOps ist quasi Agil 2.0.

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