Maintaining GIT projects using Azure Repos

Posted on May 9, 2022 by Akshay Mishra | Comments(0)

Git is a widely used version control system that is distributed rather than centralized or only locally available. Git is extensively used to track, merge, and commit the files for your code deployments from small-scale to large-scale projects. GIT is a vital part of a DevOps lifecycle that helps the developers be updated while working on any project. Azure Repos helps maintain your code commits and pushes, as well as helps visually analyze your pull requests via a graphical interface and more.

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Explore Exam MS-220:Troubleshooting Microsoft Exchange Online (Beta)

Posted on May 6, 2022 by Rajesh KVN | Comments(0)

Microsoft Certifications validate your skills to accomplish real-world tasks encountered in challenging work environments. This is a study guide for candidates seeking to achieve the Microsoft 365 Certified: Exchange Online Support Engineer Specialty through the Microsoft Exam MS-220 Troubleshooting Microsoft Exchange Online (beta). In this course aspirants are expected to collaborate with customers and other stakeholders to fully comprehend any difficulties. They also communicate with administrators and colleagues who work with similar technologies. Aspiring candidates should have prior PowerShell and Exchange PowerShell module familiarity. Moreover, the support engineers should also have extensive experience with Microsoft Exchange Online deployment, management, and troubleshooting. Moreover, this blog post is an attempt to create awareness about how to take up MS-220 exam certification course.

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Protect Your Cloud Workloads With Azure Firewall Service Configuration Setup

Posted on May 4, 2022 by Vishal Kalwapalli | Comments(3)

Azure Firewall is a managed service of Azure that has built-in high availability and is stateful, so it understands what packet of traffic/data to allow and what to not. It also has built-in threat intelligence, allowing us to deny traffic from/to malicious IP addresses and domains. We can also deploy an Azure firewall across two or more AZ to ensure high availability. We can also filter traffic based on fully-qualified domain names.

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Exploring Azure Service Endpoints Features And Functionalities

Posted on May 2, 2022 by Vishal Kalwapalli | Comments(0)

Azure PasS Services such as Storage accounts, Webapps, and SQL Database are public services with public endpoints, meaning traffic and connectivity are routed over the internet to these public services. But there may be instances where there is a need to have secure connectivity (over Azure backbone network) to these public endpoint services. We will discuss one of many azure services that will fulfill this need.

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Continuous Integration to Automate Terraform Modules With GitHub Actions As Infrastructure-as-Code Pipelines

Posted on April 11, 2022 by Rekha S | Comments(1)

GitHub Actions is a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) tool offered by GitHub. It is open-source and one of the fastest-growing tools that allow you to automate your build, test, and releases. It is a fast deployment tool with well-founded security, less overhead, and makes you write workflows easily.

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Point to Site (P2S) VPN Connection Between Azure and On-Premises

Posted on March 14, 2022 by Mayank Bharawa | Comments(0)

A Point-to-Site (P2S) VPN connection helps to create a secure connection tunnel to your virtual network (VNet) from an individual client computer device. P2S VPN is established by initiating it from the client’s computer device. This solution is useful for WFH (Work From Home) employees who want to connect to Azure VNets from a remote location. P2S VPN is also a useful solution to use in place of S2S VPN when you have only a few clients that wants to connect to a VNet.


Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AAD) Authentication To Connect Point-To-Site VPN

Posted on March 11, 2022 by Mayank Bharawa | Comments(3)

This blog will help you set Azure Active Directory level authentication to access Point-to-Site VPN from the user’s machine. It adds a level of security to your Azure infrastructure. The tunnel type should be Open VPN(SSL) to create the AAD authentication. This solution is helpful for end-users who want to connect to Azure VNets centers from a remote location, such as from home or a conference. You can also keep track of all the connections made to Azure VNet using P2S VPN with the help Azure Virtual Network gateway.

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