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Every week, I publish my reading notes. Those are the articles, blog posts, podcasts, tech videos, and books that catch my interest and that I found interesting.  Blogs Linked ARM Templates for a Multi Resource Azure Solution Linux Lift and Shift Hands-on Lab – Microsoft Cloud Workshop Azure Sentinel: automatingRead More →

To start with 2020, I will be speaking at Azure Squad January 2020 meetup. In this meetup, I deep dive into the Kubernetes Services networking concept called Services. I would like to invite all to participate in this meetup. Event Link

This is a new blog series, Every week, I publish my reading notes. Those are the articles, blog posts, podcasts, tech videos, and books that catch my interest and that I found interesting. First blog for 2020. Blogs Deploying infrastructure automatically to the cloud using Terraform and Azure pipelines TutorialRead More →

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When organizations are deploying the application in microservice architecture to Kubernetes it has multiple service components. Some services may communicate each within the cluster services and some services need to expose to the internet. In Kubernetes, to expose service to the internet can possible with the use of LoadBalance serviceRead More →

The year 2020 has started with a positive note, with the nomination of my blog as Top 50 Microsoft Azure Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2020. So I want to thank everyone who visited the blog and hope the contents are informative and help on day to day work.Read More →

A few months back I started a new journey with a new employer. In my organization, they do e-commerce hosting for various customers all over the world. So when the customer needs to host our e-commerce product as a hosting team it’s our responsibility to create the relevant Azure cloudRead More →

No matter who you are a developer or and IT Professional, we need to have tools to optimize the day-to-day works with VS Code. When you install VS Code for the first time you feel like its just another text editor, but the true power of VS Code comes withRead More →

Azure Kubernetes Service aka AKS is the managed Kubernetes offering, Azure provide for the customers who need a robust container orchestration platform to run their micro service application. AKS has the capability of auto scale node, based on the demand need for the application or pods. With the recent announcementRead More →

This months Sri Lanka IT Pro forum, I’ll be speaking about use of IaC (Infrastructure as a Code) to deploy applications and cloud resources. For this session I’ll demonstrate how we can use Azure ARM Templates to deploy complex infrastructure without much effort. It helps us to save the timeRead More →

Connecting Azure Virtual Network and AWS VPC is now possible, with the announcement of the support of IKEv2 for AWS VPN connection. Previously if we want to connect to AWS we can’t do it natively using Azure or AWS services (S2S VPN). We need to use 3rd party router insideRead More →