One of the main considerations when architecting an IaaS-based solutions in Azure (or for any cloud platform, really) is deciding on the storage type or combination of types to use. Choosing storage resources to allocate to IaaS instances is a balancing act between not starving your infrastructure of IOPS or throughput, and not paying huge […]
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 […]