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TFE Powershell Module – Integrating Terraform Enterprise with CI/CD Pipeline

Today we had the Azure MVP Tao Yang presenting his PowerShell module for Terraform Enterprise in an Azure DevOps Pipeline. In this video, Tao will show his PowerShell module tfe (PSGallery, Github) to drive Terraform Enterprise (or Terraform Cloud) deployment as part of a CI/CD Pipeline on Azure DevOps. Thanks for joining us Tao, Azuretar …

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Using Docker Desktop to run serverless Azure Container Instance ACI in 5 minutes

Fernando Rolnik and Jorge Arteiro tried the new Docker functionality that allows running docker containers as Azure Container Instances (ACI) straight from your docker CLI. You only need an Azure Account, the free account is suitable to test it. Download and install the latest Docker Desktop Edge (From 19.03.12) docker version and check the version …

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Cheapskate’s Journey to On-Demand Load Tests on Heroku with Locust

I want to stretch every dollar that I spend on the cloud. I run a handful of web applications on Heroku, and like everyone else, run a suite of smoke tests and load tests on every release increment in a non-production environment. Load tests are important: they help us not only to understand the limits …

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Azure Terraform Landing Zones using CAF – Cloud Adoption Framework – Video Series

In this video series Arnaud Lheureux, Cloud Security @ Microsoft APAC presents to Jorge Arteiro The Azure Terraform Landing Zones using Cloud Adoption Framework and shows a demo. Part 1 – Introduction In this video Arnaud introduces the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure and how to use Terraform to build your landing zones, using …

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Using Startup Command to Pass Command Line Arguments to Azure App Service for Linux

Azure App Service on Linux has several prefabricated Docker images that support applications written in languages such as .NET core, PHP, and Node.js. App Service also supports using your own Docker image to spin up a container for your application. A useful configuration feature of App Service on Linux is the Startup File configuration that you can set as part of …

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