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Azure ARM and YAML Project

This article is all about setting up a new azure production like environment in a new subscription, with a few twists. It's all about automation, saving money, but still trying to touch on many topics. Automation will be a combination of PowerShell scripts, Azure CLI scripts, ARM templates and in the end these will be combined in an Azure DevOps pipeline. 

The scope will include:

  • Creation of a management group to hold the subscription and policies
  • Policies for
    • Allowed locations
    • Deny NSGs with Inbound RDP from the internet
    • Audit VMs with unmanaged disks
  • A recovery services vault
  • A VM with an additional disk
    • Which will be backed up
    • Which will automatically shut down at 17:30
  • Network Security Groups
  • Application Group
  • A Budget
  • A KeyVault
  • An Azure Dashboard which will provide an overview

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2020/12/18 10:11 · sjoerd

SAM - Creating a WebApp in AWS Toolkit for VS Code

This this page is the follow up from SAM - Combining Lambda and Step Functions in AWS Toolkit for VS Code which was also a follow up from AWS Toolkit for VS Code. We used the AWS Toolkit for VS Code to deploy a Step Functions State Machine and also created a Serverless Application to deploy Lambda functions. Then we created a new SAM to combine these two. Now that we've done that we are going to extend that by creating a frontend for it, we'll create a S3 bucket with a website and then an API Gateway to let the gateway talk to the Step Functions and Lambdas. This is no longer just 10 minute tutorial for Step Functions, we are extending it now. We will try to use the AWS Toolkit as much as we can.

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2020/09/28 14:54 · sjoerd

SAM - Combining Lambda and Step Functions in AWS Toolkit for VS Code

This this page is the follow up from AWS Toolkit for VS Code, in which we used the AWS Toolkit for VS Code to deploy a Step Functions State Machine and also created a Serverless Application to deploy Lambda functions. Now that approach was very functional, but not the most efficient. We still had to do some stuff manually, mainly adding the Lambdas ARNs to the Step Function State Machine. On this page we are going to combine these two in one Serverless Application.

Note that we are still doing the 10 minute tutorial for Step Functions


Note that we continue this story in SAM - Creating a WebApp in AWS Toolkit for VS Code

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2020/09/12 15:37 · sjoerd

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