Enforcing resource group tags

Resource group tags can be very useful. It can be one those things that you don’t realize that you need it until you wish you had it. One of those moments might be billing.

Naming conventions

Like many struggles with naming things, by the time you find a name you actually like, it might be the nth iteration. Because infrastructure is not as easy to rename (sometimes just not possible), it can take time to find...

Using resource group locks from a pipeline

A few days ago, I talked about one of the most underutilized features in Azure - resource group locks. Resource group locks lessen the chance to manual mistakes and especially read-only resource group locks. Especially when coupled with the use...

Debugging azure web jobs locally

Recently, I wanted to move a Windows service to Azure using .NET Framework. It seems that the Azure Function team is pushing a lot of .NET Core right now. The new Azure Function runtimes only support .NET Core. It makes...

The most underutilized feature

Can you think of one feature in Azure that’s easy to implement, always in front of you, yet you gloss over it all the time and forget to use it? I can. Read-only locks for resource groups and especially for...

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