When developing solutions, it is not uncommon to encounter situations where Azure Functions are required to perform some tasks. For example, creating an API interface, or handling some complex execution out for a logic app. A common question that always arises is how to deploy everything together, while allowing software developers to still build and … Continue reading Azure Functions with File Contents using Bicep

One of the very reasons to work with JSON files is their ability to represent data as objects and arrays, in simple or complex combinations. When working with JSON files that represent data which was joined from different sources, there is a tendency of ending up with objects containing arrays of other objects. However, the … Continue reading Array concatenation from JSON file using Azure Data Factory

Working with Azure SQL Server, is very similar to working with the traditional on-premise SQL Server. However when it comes to managing users some differences start to become apparent. The first noticeable difference is when trying to create a new login or user. The traditional and user friendly dialog will not appear but instead a … Continue reading 4 Steps to add an SQL managed user to Azure SQL Server

When working with Azure Storages security of data is a common topic of discussion. With the latest changes in Azure, the security of the data at rest is now by default. It is also possible to set the transfer of files to use TLS 1.2 for further security. However a commonly missed security setting is … Continue reading Securing an Azure Storage File Share behind a Point to Site (P2S) VPN