When Azure Front Door was first released, it allowed you to have one backend host route to a multitude of different services based on the routing path. The addition of the Rules Engine provides so much more possibility.
"Authentication failed, it is either not correct, or expired, or does not have the correct permission" when attempting to copy files to blob storage in Azure Pipelines.
When developing an office add-in, some times my local development environment causes issue when attempting to work with Windows Desktop versions of Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint). What could be working one day will tomorrow have Office saying "We can't open this add-in from localhost".
This week at Microsoft Ignite a bunch of new exams were announced, these were specifically geared around the role-based certifications that Microsoft is moving to.
Simply put, Azure Storage Queues cannot effectively pass on telemetry information. Look at Service Bus instead.
Previously I was tasked to ensure all of our micro-services were set up correctly with distributed tracing, although there were a lot of docs that mentioned the topic and gave some insight, none gave straight information on how it worked. Below details some things that would have made my job a lot easier if I... Continue Reading →
One of the common issues among developers in our organisation is the notifications from Azure DevOps. We get so many that they often go unnoticed or ignored, which leaves others waiting for responses to a Pull Request. I have compiled up a few hints to help reduce the torrent that is Azure DevOps Notifications.
I have been developing a backend service that requires a Microsoft Graph token passed up from the frontend. During this development, I have been using Postman to do the call, and have used a simple SPA with authentication to give me a token to my development tenant. This has been a pretty annoying way to do things when the token expires every half an hour or so, meaning I need to generate another.