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

When deploying complex architectures, sometimes it might be necessary to run SQL imports or PowerShell scripts using Terraform. It is not uncommon that these commands are executed in local or remote provisioner under a special resource called null_resource. A Null Resource simply stores the desired state without doing anything to the environment. After the first … Continue reading Re-Running scripts using Terraform