In this blog post, I will show you how to create a Virtual Machine Availability Set on Microsoft Azure using the Azure Portal and using Azure Cloud Shell.
Last week, one of my blogs was offline for a few hours and Jetpack didn’t pick it up as a result I decided to use Microsoft Azure Application Insights to monitor the blog.
Today, I will show you how to find and deleted unused Virtual Machine disks and optimize your Azure tenant billing and control costs.
Two weeks ago, Microsoft introduced a great feature for Azure Active Directory administration that force MFA for Office 365 Admins.
One of the major issues Admin had with Azure Blobs is that when they are deleted by mistake or in purpose you can’t recover them because they are permanently deleted on the spot.
In this blog post about Microsoft Azure, I will show you how to Install and use the Azure CLI 2.0 command line tool to manage resources on Microsoft Azure.
In this blog post, I’ll show you how I deploy a static website to Microsoft Azure Web App Services.
In this blog post, I’ll show you how I manage my Virtual Machines on Microsoft Azure using the Azure Cloud Shell and Azure CLI.
This morning we moved NTWEEKLY.COM to a new Windows Server 2016 Server Farm hosted on Microsoft Azure.
Today, Microsoft Azure released a great feature and first in Its kind, You can now Create Containers directly from Windows Azure using Cloud Shell.