Debug Azure Web App using Kudu

Using Kudu First, let’s launch Kudu. You can do this in a variety of ways. Here are a few: Launch Kudu manually from the address bar If your website is https://magicalunicorns.azurewebsites.net, the Kudu URL is https://magicalunicorns.scm.azurewebsites.net. Notice the appended “scm.” here. You’ll need to be signed in with an account with access to the App Service resource... » read more

Deploy Blazor App to Azure

Make sure you check the following before deploying (Publish) to a Azure hosted web site. When creating a new App Service in Azure Portal, .NET 5. When creating a new Blazor WebAssembly App in Visual Studio, select .NET 5 framework. When deploying from Visual Studio, deploy the .Server project and not the .Client project. Do... » read more

Allow Inbound Port for Azure VM

From portal.azure.com … Go to “Networking” section of VM. Add Inbound port rule … Port: xxxxx Protocol: Any Note: There maybe firewall port that needs to be open as well. For this, go to “Windows Defender Firewall with Advanced Security” to add new inbound rule for port xxxxx.

Allow SQL Server Access for Azure VM

From portal.azure.com … Go to “Networking” section of VM. Add Inbound port rule … Port: 1433 Protocol: Any Check List: SQL Server Properties -> Connections -> “Allow remote connections to this server” is checked SQL Server Network Configuration -> TCP/IP is enabled and set to port 1433 Windows Defender Firewall with Advanced Security -> Inbound... » read more

Linked Server to SQL Azure Database

Error: OLE DB provider “SQLNCLI11” for linked server “xxxxx” returned message “Unspecified error”. Msg 40515, Level 16, State 2, Line 1 Reference to database and/or server name in ‘xxxxx.sys.sp_tables_info_90_rowset_64’ is not supported in this version of SQL Server. Fix: Create linked server to SQL Azure Database using script. Sources: http://yasqlsb.blogspot.com/2014/07/sql-azure-linked-servers.html

Azure Storage Type

Core storage services The Azure Storage platform includes the following data services: Azure Blobs: A massively scalable object store for text and binary data. Also includes support for big data analytics through Data Lake Storage Gen2. Azure Files: Managed file shares for cloud or on-premises deployments. Azure Queues: A messaging store for reliable messaging between... » read more

Azure Data Factory: SSIS in the Cloud

Today’s landscape for data warehousing is a rapidly evolving space and most of that evolution is happening in the cloud. The cloud has long offered ways to scale analytic workloads for data warehousing with services like Azure SQL Data Warehouse. However, this only solves one part of the data warehousing workload and as the complexity... » read more

Azure Storage Explorer

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/features/storage-explorer/ Azure Storage Explorer Free tool to easily manage your Azure cloud storage resources anywhere, from Windows, macOS, or Linux Secure access to storage accounts Every request to Azure Storage must be authorized. Azure Storage supports the following authorization methods: Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) integration for blob and queue data. Azure Storage supports authentication and... » read more

Azure Storage SDK

Visual Studio Nuget Manager PM>Install-Package WindowsAzure.Storage Samples: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/resources/samples/storage-blobs-dotnet-webapp/

Azure Storage Pricing

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/storage/ Blob storage is much less than file storage. Block Blobs Scalable object storage for documents, videos, pictures, and unstructured text or binary data. Choose from Hot, Cool, or Archive tiers. Prices for locally redundant storage (LRS) Archive Block Blob start from:$0.001/GB per month See Pricing Azure Data Lake Storage Combines the power of a... » read more