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Adin Ermie
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If you’ve been following my blog, or are connected with me on LinkedIn and Twitter, you’ll know that I’m engaged in a project where I am a part of a team that’s designing and deploying a global enterprise-level environment using Infrastructure-as-Code…
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On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, between the hours of 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST), the Azure Site Recovery (ASR) team hosted an “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) session on Twitter. This is a session where individuals from the Azure Site Recovery…
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Recently, while engaged on a large geographically dispersed and multi-team project, the question was posed: “Should we use a single (aka “mono”) repository for our Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC), or should we use multiple (aka “multi”) repositories?” So,…
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Over the past several months, I have been ramping up on the Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) templating language called Terraform for a project that I am engaged in. And while I do not have anything against Terraform (after all, it IS very easy to read), I…
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I encountered the following scenario in a client’s environment recently: When you remove a Virtual Machine (VM) from Azure Security Center’s (ACS) Just-In-Time (JIT) VM Access control, while it’s associated Network Security Group (NSG) is contained within…
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In the introduction to this series, I introduced you to my not-so-fictitious Client, which was using different toolsets for image creation and replication. The question we are trying to answer (or at least provide clarity on), is: Should we create a…
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In the introduction to this series, I introduced you to my not-so-fictitious Client, which was using different toolsets for image creation and replication. The question we are trying to answer (or at least provide clarity on), is: Should we create a…
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In the introduction to this series, I introduced you to my not-so-fictitious Client, which was using different toolsets for image creation and replication. The question we are trying to answer (or at least provide clarity on), is: Should we create a…
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Here is a scenario that has recently come up for a Client that I’m working with. This client is a large Azure consumer and utilizes Azure datacenters all over the world. Initially, they were using automation tools such as Concourse and image building…
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When enterprises start their move to Azure, there is an endless list of things that need to be taken into consideration, from Security, Cost, BCDR, Identity and Access Management, Monitoring, Naming Standards, Automation, etc. One topic that’s been the…
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