When managing an environment with multiple teams accessing and managing different services in the same subscription it is sometimes ideal to segregate the services by a resource group dedicated for each team. Segragation on top of subscription can be achieved by Resource Groups. When multiple teams and resource groups exists, it is important to apply … Continue reading Creating a Resource Group with a Service Principal for Deployments

Before running any Azure PowerShell command you need to install the Azure PowerShell SDK on your machine. To check if you already have this installed run the command: PS C:\> Get-Module -ListAvailable Azure Directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Azure\PowerShell\ServiceManagement   ModuleType Version Name ExportedCommands ———- ——- —- —————- Manifest 1.0.1 Azure {Disable-   AzureServiceProjectRemoteDesktop, Enable-AzureSer…   … Continue reading Azure PowerShell SDK

Nuget packages are a popular way to distribute .NET libraries both internally and externally. Creating a nuget package from a project source is easy. In the command window, navigate to the project directory nuget spec nuget pack <Project>.csproj or Nuget pack <Project>.vbproj That is quite straightforward and easy to script. However this process has two … Continue reading Nuget Package Create through Powershell