Tag: JSON

  • IaC Journey continues 2022 (Bicep)
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    IaC Journey continues 2022 (Bicep)

    With previous practice using JSON template and reading up on IaC through colleagues of mine, I decided the next step is testing Bicep. I started this series of blogs with the naked truth of my coding journey from 2004 to 2022, I recommend reading it here as this is follow-my-journey from that post. Bicep is […]

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  • Apply tags to resources using policies

    Apply tags to resources using policies

    For consistance in filtering your billing, you should take advantage of tags added using policies. Small organizations can use it to filter out cost related to different applications, and larger organization to divide the billing into different business areas. Policies can currently only be viewed in the Preview Portal of Azure, but will soon be […]

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  • How to use JSON code for creating Azure Infrastructure

    How to use JSON code for creating Azure Infrastructure

    Let me try to walk you through your first successful deployment of infrastructure in Azure using JSON template code. We will be using PowerShell ISE (builtin to Windows) and Visual Studio Code (download here). First of all, open PowerShell ISE and login to your Azure Subscription and create a Resource Group: #Login to AzureRM. Login-AzureRmAccount #See […]

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  • Why use JSON to create infrastructure in Azure

    Why use JSON to create infrastructure in Azure

    Yes, why? If we can answer that, we would have a good reason for learning to use JSON, rather than the Azure Portal. For example, I started using PowerShell, because everything isn’t available in the Azure Portal. And some tasks against Azure can be boring to repeat a lot of times. So that became my reason to […]

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I am Roy Apalnes, a Microsoft Cloud Evangelist working av Sopra Steria. Main focus in Microsoft Security and Endpoint Management, with a bigger picture in mind.

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