Category Archives: Resource Manager

Azure Resource Manager Policies

In a real world scenario, policies and restrictions will be something you are going to need on a daily basis. In times of infinity capacity clouds, it is very important…

Azure Site Recovery–Onboarding in the New Azure portal–PREVIEW

As many Azure features that come out, you just stumble upon it while casually browsing the (extensive) Azure portal. This was the case with the preview of Azure Site Recovery….

Azure Resource Manager– Posts Reference

I’ve been writing a bit about Azure Resource Manager. Here’s a reference to my posts for easier access: Azure Migration from ASM to ARM – The Journey to the Center…

Journey to ARM – Part V – Adding an external IP to an existing VM

Differently from the classic model, when you create a VM it won’t have an external IP to access your VM (if you created it using the portal, yes, it will…

Journey to ARM–Part IV – Creating a VM from an existing VHD

In my last blog, I have showed you how to copy the storage form your previous Classic storage account to brand new and shinny one. Now all you supposedly need…

Journey to ARM–Part III – Copying Storage

Previously, in the ASM2ARM saga, I have created the VPN gateway I will need to connect my Azure VMs to my on-premises resources. Today I will show you how to…

Journey to ARM–Part II – Creating the VPN gateway

The starting point to create a connection between an Azure VNET and your on-premises environment is a VPN gateway. In the classic Azure portal, the experience is relatively easier and…

Journey to ARM–Design and Migrate

I’ve recently committed myself to migrate my (now former) azure classic VMs environment in Azure to the new Azure Resource Manager model. I then found out that there is no…

Using JSON Edit to edit my ARM Templates

I have just seen a Twitter about JSONEdit and have decided to give it a try. It can be a bit challenging to edit JSON using Visual Studio. Although you…

Azure Resource Manager–Step 3–The Load Balancer

If you checked my previous articles about the two VMs with external IPs, you may have noticed that both VMs get an external IP and that there is no TCP…