The cloud opened the door to the ability for anyone, with the right permissions, to create and manage infrastructure resources. With this new power also came new challenges in managing infrastructure and new practices started to emerge.
Application monitoring is a crucial aspect of ensuring the performance and reliability of an application, whether it is in development or in production.
Recovering from a production site outage during peak hours can be a daunting task. While everyone wants a 100% uptime, it can be near impossible because of things out of our hands. However, we can plan for these potential outages and architect the application and infrastructure to allow for a quick recovery.
WebJobs and Function Apps are both services in Azure to run triggered or scheduled tasks. This blog posts compares the two services and outlines cases where one solution may be preferred over the other.
Are you working towards your MCSD: Web Applications Certification like me? If so and you are getting ready for the last exam in the series, Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services (70-487) check out this post about getting familiar with WCF and the Azure Service Bus.
Working with the Azure AD Graph API. Here are some helpful tips that I recently discovered that can make your development using the Graph API a bit smoother. Take a look!
This is the third post in a series about SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). One of the other important topics of SSRS is adding parameters to a report which lets you filter the data down to a smaller group. As with many things, parameters can be simple selections or can be more complicated with cascading selections that depend on other parameters.