In this post, we use the az cli to move an Azure Function app from a Consumption Plan to a Premium Plan (and back again).
The az command line interface (cli) is a powerful tool for creating, modifying and deploying to Azure resources. Since it's a cli AND cross platform, it's also a great tool for automating your deployments. In this post, we'll use the az cli to deploy a static site to Azure.
A continuation in my series of love letters about Application Insights. Today I explore a method of enhancing the request telemetry that is automatically collected by the Application Insights SDK.
A continuation in my series of love letters about Application Insights. Today I dig into the importance of setting cloud role name.
If you've worked with me in the last couple years, you know that I've fallen in love with Application Insights. This is the first in a series of posts designed to help you get the most out of Application Insights for .NET Core applications.
I recently ran into a scenario where I needed to script the installation of a site extension into an existing Azure Web App. The solution was not easy to find but I eventually got to a solution.