It looks like this is the normal Azure resource tag configuration to me. It's purely for your own use, as you see fit - for example, you may choose to store a Tag as Cost Center or Business Unit. It doesn't impact the usage or function of the resource itself.
Once you've created a Tag once, I think it will then be automatically selectable for new Azure ...
Thanks to our lovely friends over at Reddit, I've been able to find a solution to this. So we are running Burstable VMs (B-Series) and it got pointed out to me that these have a "burst quota over time".
After digging into this, I was able to find out that this hint was perfectly on the money. I knew that these VMs were burstable but I didn’t know about how ...
You could automate certificates for the apex using Let's Encrypt, making the cert part a little more easy to handle.
Other than that, you basically need to host a 301 redirect somewhere that talks both HTTP and HTTPS to get this to work, no shortcut I'm afraid, especially if you're going to be using HSTS. There are some DNS providers that actually support ...
You only really have 3 supported solutions for vNet integration in Web Apps:
vNet Integration for web apps currently in preview
virtual network gateway connection
App service environment providing a single tenanted web app in your vNet
Sounds like the first two won't work for you given your requirements, so using ASE is the only option left, but be aware ...
Try something like this based upon the dm_operation_status DMV:
select top 1 state_desc
WHERE resource_type_desc = 'Database'
AND major_resource_id = @db
AND operation = 'ALTER DATABASE'
order by start_time desc
) in ('PENDING', 'IN_PROGRESS')
print 'waiting for operation to complete: '...
Azure Files does not support accessing it without authentication, you will need to supply a storage key to be able to access it. If it is running on a VM you could look at mapping a drive or using cmdkey to persist the credentials
Nested virtualisation is possible in Azure, you need to use a v3 or newer VM to do it.
That said, it’s not going to help you here. The application has been designed not to run on VM and so it won’t, regardless of whether that is in Azure or HyperV. You probably also want to check the licence agreement you signed up to which may well state that this is the ...
I believe that is for preventing multicast flood, if Cloud virtual network support IGMP multicast, one physical interface of switch or router could be receive ton of package from several multicast, it is same as multicast flood, their physical switches and routers will easily overload.
Ok, first up you've got a few different services doing the same thing there so you want to evaluate whether you need them all.
Azure CDN and Front Door both offer the same local point of presence and caching, so you really only need one or the other
Azure Front Door and App Gateway both provide Layer 7 load balancing and Web Application Firewall, so you may ...
When you increase the disk size in Azure all you are doing is increasing the size of the underlying disk, you are not doing anything in OS to have it use that extra space.
Now you have a larger disk attached to your VM you need to have your OS use it. You can use the ResizePart on Linux to do this. There is an article from Microsoft on exactly how to do ...
Couple of things;
As you said error is strictly quota issue, so raising you quota
increase will resolve that issue.
Assuming we are talking about managed disks. If you are have premium
disk you cannot resize to a VM size that doesn't support premium
disk, but if it is a standard disk you can resize to any VM size.
Yes there is an OS Swap option but you ...
I would recommend using Azure Resource Graph for this. Resource graph allows you to query all your Azure resources using the Kusto language either in the CLI or in the portal.
To look for the name of all resource groups that do not have the "Cost Center" tag you could run a query like:
| project name, type, tags
| where type == '...
Replay detection is not a tunable parameter for Azure VPN Gateways at this time. This page provides a link for all elements that are tunable via an IPSec/IKE Policy:
Whilst you can not link tenants, you can add one or more custom domains into a tenant. When you create a new tenant, it will always have a abc.onmicrosoft.com tenant domain where abc is your own identifier, however if you own abc.com, you can add this as a custom domain. Log into the Office admin portal, and go to Setup -> Domains and tehn click Add Domain....
Although an old post now I'd like to list another solution I found recently when trying to figure out the same thing. It is possible to do this and automate the entire process using PowerShell. I found this excellent blog post which shows how to do it. Hope it helps!