Tags: Azure

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Infrastructure as Code using Azure RM, PowerShell DSC, Chocolatey and Octopus Deploy

Everyone has been in a situation where your application is behaving differently on your production environment compared to how it behaves on your testing environment. Most of the time this is because these environments...

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Setting up a VPN connection to an Azure Virtual Network

One of the reasons for me to create an Azure virtual network is being able to connect to my development machines in the Cloud from anywhere, without exposing them to the public. In order...

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Creating an Azure Virtual Network

Nowadays it’s possible to create virtual networks within your Azure subscription. This can be very useful for managing your Azure resources within a specific network or setting up a point-to-site or site-to-site connection to...

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Using Application Insights in your log4net application

In my previous post I’ve described how to use Application Insights and use it within your new web application. Most of us aren’t working in a greenfield project, so new solutions have to be...

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Adding Application Insights to your application

Some time ago the Application Insights became available as a preview in the Azure portal. Application Insights helps you monitor the state of an application, server, clients, etc. As said, it’s still in preview,...