Migrate from Azure DevOps to GitHub – what you need to know
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by Martin Ehrnst
4M ago
Developers love GitHub, and I do to! However, migrating from one platform to another is akin to orchestrating a complex dance. The rhythm of code, the choreography of pipelines, and the harmony of collaboration—all must align seamlessly. But beneath the surface lies the intricate steps: data mapping, permissions, and legacy dependencies. As the curtain rises, Read More The post Migrate from Azure DevOps to GitHub – what you need to know appeared first on adatum ..read more
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News from Microsoft Ignite 2023
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by Martin Ehrnst
7M ago
For those who experienced the “real Microsoft Ignite” this years event is not the same. We are defiantly in the era of hybrid whether you like it or not. Although, Microsoft does not disappoint on their release news for 2023. Ignite Book Of News I had the chance to briefly read up on this years Read More The post News from Microsoft Ignite 2023 appeared first on adatum ..read more
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Speaking at MVP Dagen and NIC
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by Martin Ehrnst
8M ago
I will be speaking at two upcoming conferences in Norway: the Nordic Infrastructure Conference and MVP Dagen. These are great opportunities to learn from some of the leading experts in the Microsoft ecosystem and network with other IT professionals and decision-makers. The Nordic Infrastructure Conference (NIC) is the premiere conference for any IT professional and Read More The post Speaking at MVP Dagen and NIC appeared first on adatum ..read more
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Using Azure OpenAI ChatGPT for incidents
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by Martin Ehrnst
1y ago
The Challenge of Long Chat Threads During Incidents Everyone is an AI expert these days. After OpenAI released ChatGPT it’s almost impossible to work in tech without being presented with good (and bad) examples of what this service can do for you. Of course, I am also interested in seeing what these services can help Read More The post Using Azure OpenAI ChatGPT for incidents appeared first on adatum ..read more
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RunAsRadio – App registrations and enterprise apps
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by Martin Ehrnst
1y ago
Back in December, I did a recording with Richard Campbell the host of RunAsRadio. An IT pro podcast that first aired in 2007- way before I knew podcast was a word. For about half an hour, Richard and I talked about Azure application registrations, enterprise apps, and managed identities. What are they, how can you Read More The post RunAsRadio – App registrations and enterprise apps appeared first on adatum ..read more
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Azure Monitor Managed Prometheus
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by Martin Ehrnst
1y ago
Azure Monitor for Prometheus is released in preview in the fall of 2022. Now let’s just get our terminology right. The Prometheus offering is a part of Azure Monitor Metrics. One part of monitor is Logs, and the other one is Metrics. For some time now Prometheus scraping has been available, but the previous implementation Read More The post Azure Monitor Managed Prometheus appeared first on adatum ..read more
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GitHub actions federated identity with Azure AD
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by Martin Ehrnst
1y ago
A long-awaited feature for many is the ability to authenticate with Azure in a GitHub workflow. For a long time, this has been an integrated feature in Azure DevOps, and for some time GitHub actions have had the ability to authenticate using Azure Application registrations and secrets. But now, we can use federated credentials which Read More The post GitHub actions federated identity with Azure AD appeared first on adatum ..read more
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Speaking at Nordic Infrastructure Conference
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by Martin Ehrnst
1y ago
Nordic Infrastructure Conference is back! This is NICs tenth anniversary, and I am glad to say I am once again able to speak at this conference. This year I have one session on Azure Bicep, where I will go through (almost) everything you need to know in order to be productive + some bonus tricks Read More The post Speaking at Nordic Infrastructure Conference appeared first on adatum ..read more
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Track changes to Azure resources
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by Martin Ehrnst
1y ago
Changes to your Azure resources are quite common, and they are difficult to identify. Until now. Microsoft recently released (in preview) the ability to detect change events using Azure Resource Graph. Meaning you do not have to decipher the administrative events in the activity log of your resources. Much like the change tracking solution for Read More The post Track changes to Azure resources appeared first on adatum ..read more
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How to move Azure blobs up the path
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by Martin Ehrnst
1y ago
This is the short, but for me, pretty intense story from when I uploaded 900 blobs of one Gb each to the wrong path in a storage container. Eventually I was able to move these files using azcopy and PowerShell Thanos persistent Prometheus metrics In our Azure Kubernetes environment (AKS) we use Prometheus and Thanos Read More The post How to move Azure blobs up the path appeared first on adatum ..read more
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