Once again this year, as part of the Festive Tech Calendar 2021, I’m joining about 138 (!!!) very talented people in submitting a festive topic. In this blogpost I will how you can save a buck when using the Azure cloud platform so you can spend more on holiday gifts! Be sure to check out the many other sessions, livestreams and blogs over at the Festive Tech Calendar!
The other day I was talking to a colleague and evaluating options for modernizing a bunch of on-premises scripts. We discussed Azure Automation Accounts with PowerShell Runbooks as an option when I heard the feedback “it’s hard to email from a runbook” so I dove in, read a number of articles and got to work as I was curious how this can be done in a secure and modern fashion. In this post I’ll walk through the concept and how you can build it yourself using Azure Automation, PowerShell, Microsoft Graph and Keyvault.
AzureLive is a new virtual event with a physical on-site and virtual sessions presented simultaneously. For it’s first event I was invited to host my session on Azure Cost Management. A physical event in these times? Yes, exciting for sure. I also got the chance to co-host a session of the CTRL+ALT+Azure podcast. Together with regular host Jussi Roine, we talked about all the new Azure stuff announced at Microsoft Ignite 2021.
As part of the Festive Tech Calendar 2020, I’m joining about 77 (!) very talented people in submitting a festive topic. In this blogpost I will talk about what exactly Azure Static Web Apps are and how we can use them to develop something for this holiday season! Be sure to check out the many other sessions, livestreams and blogs over at the Festive Tech Calendar!
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