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Azure Cloud Shell, Python, and Container Instances

Despite being fairly new, the Azure Cloud Shell has quickly become my go-to place for scripting and programming with Azure. This article describes some of features that make cloud shell useful, and how to use the environment with Python. What’s … Continue reading

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How to add autoscale to an Azure VM scale set

It is easy to create an Azure VM scale set in the Azure portal, and there is an option to create it with basic CPU based autoscale settings. But suppose you created a scale set without any autoscale settings and … Continue reading

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VIP Swap – blue-green deployment in Azure Resource Manager

How do you automate deployment of a multi-VM application from staging to production? Three high-level approaches might be: 1. Roll out deployment, update one or more VMs at a time. This can be a good approach to avoid downtime, as … Continue reading

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Deploying Azure Container Service using the azurerm Python library

Azure Container Service is an easy to deploy container framework for Azure. It’s an open framework that among other things lets you choose whether to deploy DCOS or Swarm based cluster orchestration. You can deploy ACS directly from the Azure … Continue reading

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Creating an Azure VM Scale Set with the azurerm Python library

There are various ways to create an Azure VM Scale Set. The easiest methods are: directly in the Azure portal, using the CLI quick-create command, and by deploying an Azure template. If instead of deploying a template you want to … Continue reading

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