When you have a virtual network running in Azure which has been connected to an on-premises network using a VPN or ExpressRoute, the default routing behaviour for all VMs in that virtual network is that all traffic to and from the VMs routes over the connection to the on-premises network.
This makes sense as a […]
I’m very pleased to announce that my latest Pluralsight course has gone live – Azure Resource Manager Deep Dive.
I’ve been working exclusively with Azure Resource Manager (ARM) for a while now – it’s a great platform with a huge amount of depth and capability.
This is my third Pluralsight course, but my first Deep […]
My latest Pluralsight course has just gone live – Getting Productive with Chef Cookbooks.
Check it out at www.pluralsight.com/courses/chef-cookbooks-getting-productive.
This is my second course for Pluralsight and the second course on Chef – it builds on the lab environment developed in the first course, called Planning and Installing Chef, which you can access at www.pluralsight.com/courses/chef-planning-installing.
Sessions have been locked in and announced for Microsoft Ignite Australia, which is (yay!) back on the sunny Gold Coast.
My sessions are listed here, but here’s a quick summary:
The Cloud That Chuck Norris Built: Resilient Architecture in Azure
Level: 400 Summary: Moving your infrastructure to Azure? Great! Just make sure that it’s designed […]
I’m very pleased to be able to announce that my first Pluralsight course – Planning and Installing Chef – has gone live and is available online in the Pluralsight course library!
The course is written more from the perspective of an infrastructure specialist, rather than a developer. In it, we go through the process of […]