Self-Hosted Azure DevOps pool on Azure Container Apps

A while ago, I have worked with few of our customers, helping to build elastic self-hosted pool for their Azure DevOps pipeline agents based on Azure Kubernetes Service. You can read all about that journey here - where I have created a Kubernetes Controller that observes the Job queue of Azure DevOps for incoming pipeline … Continue reading Self-Hosted Azure DevOps pool on Azure Container Apps

Demystifying Azure Container Apps & Dapr – Part 5

Read Part 1 here. Read Part 2 here. Read Part 3 here. Read Part 4 here. Today I will be using the traffic-splitting capability of Azure Container Apps. Azure Container Apps implements container app versioning by creating revisions. A revision is an immutable snapshot of a container app version. Revisions in Azure Container App The … Continue reading Demystifying Azure Container Apps & Dapr – Part 5

Access Control management via REST API – Azure Data Lake Gen 2

Background A while ago, I have built an web-based self-service portal that facilitated multiple teams in the organisation, setting up their Access Control (ACLs) for corresponding data lake folders. The portal application was targeting Azure Data Lake Gen 1. Recently I wanted to achieve the same but on Azure Data Lake Gen 2. At the … Continue reading Access Control management via REST API – Azure Data Lake Gen 2

Continuously deliver changes to Azure API management service with Git Configuration Repository

What is API management Publishing data, insights and business capabilities via API in a unified way can be challenging at times. Azure API management (APIM) makes it simpler than ever. Businesses everywhere are looking to extend their operations as a digital platform, creating new channels, finding new customers and driving deeper engagement with existing ones. … Continue reading Continuously deliver changes to Azure API management service with Git Configuration Repository