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Deploying Azure Virtual WAN using Terraform

Overview Recently I have been working with Azure Virtual WAN to provide connectivity between Azure Regions, Branch Offices, and Remote Users. Azure Virtual WAN is a networking service that brings many of the commonly found connectivity services into a single area, providing simplified connectivity and management. These services include: Branch connectivity. Site-to-site VPN connectivity. Remote user VPN connectivity (point-to-site). Private […]

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A simple Azure Terraform Walkthrough – Part 3

This series of posts is intended to assist in learning how to use Terraform with Azure – we will walk through a full deployment, covering off each step and all elements within the code. Within this series of posts I will walk through the following steps, breaking down the installation and Terraform code step-by-step to give an overview: Part 1: […]

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A simple Azure Terraform Walkthrough – Part 2

This series of posts is intended to assist in learning how to use Terraform with Azure – we will walk through a full deployment, covering off each step and all elements within the code. Within this series of posts I will walk through the following steps, breaking down the installation and Terraform code step-by-step to give an overview: Part 1: […]

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A simple Azure Terraform Walkthrough – Part 1

This series of posts is intended to assist in learning how to use Terraform with Azure – we will walk through a full deployment, covering off each step and all elements within the code. Within this series of posts I will walk through the following steps, breaking down the installation and Terraform code step-by-step to give an overview: Part 1: […]

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Updated! – Securing your deployment with code scanning in GitHub Actions

Security scanning of code, before, during, and after deployment is a great way to enhance the security of any project. Knowing that your code is being analysed for issues before deployment, during the build phase, and then after deployment when you are in the support/run phase, can really help to improve the security posture of an environment, with minimal effort […]

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Deploying Azure Resources with Terraform using GitHub Actions

To deploy any of the Terraform-Azure Environments, or any Terraform code for Azure you have created yourself, using GitHub Actions, follow the steps outlined below. 1. Fork the Terraform-Azure Repository This will then allow you to access backend settings privately and create your own deployments based on the code within. You can then of course customise code, make changes, or […]

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Deploying and Configuring Azure Firewall using Terraform

Recently I’ve been working with Azure Firewall and deploying it into various environments to provide security and traffic control. I’ve been doing the majority of the deployment of Azure Firewall using Terraform, so wanted to outline a few tips, tricks, and provide some specific code examples to help anyone else looking to deploy this using Terraform. For this post, I […]

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Azure DevOps – Azure NetApp Files (Part 2, Terraform)

For the next post in this series around using Azure DevOps and WVD, I wanted continue focusing on Azure NetApp Files. Continuing on from Part 1 in this series, I will be covering the setup of Azure NetApp Files (ANF) within an Azure DevOps Pipeline, but this time using Terraform to deploy ANF. In Part 1, Azure CLI was used […]

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Azure DevOps – Azure NetApp Files (Part 1, Azure CLI)

For the next post in this series around using Azure DevOps and WVD, I wanted to focus on Azure NetApp Files. Azure NetApp Files (ANF) is often used for hosting both application and profile data, and in particular is used when rapid access and high IO throughput are required. This is often the case with User Profiles in a VDI […]

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Ansible and Azure – 30 minute quickstart!

Recently I’ve been introduced to Ansible, and have therefore been seeing what I can automate with it. I know that when testing things out and learning new things if there are challenges I have faced, or issues getting a test environment setup, having the setup stage automated can really help out. This means you can focus on learning the basics […]

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Exploring Azure Bicep

Recently I have been exploring Azure Bicep and the benefits it provides. Azure Bicep is a Domain Specific Language that allows the rapid creation of ARM Templates, in an easier manner. I’ve previously found ARM templates challenging, especially with the complexity that can arrive with deployment at scale. Bicep aims to improve this, providing a simpler way of authoring templates, […]

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