A Code Quality Story – Analysis Using Code Metrics

A Code Quality Story – Analysis Using Code Metrics I wrote this article to help others and share my tech knowledge solutions using Visual Studio Enterprise 2017 test frameworks. Running an analysis called “Code Metrics” on your Visual Studio solution or project can help you discover issues before it is released. Code Metrics Analysis in…

Fun with the Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN)

Fun with the Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) Today I made a Content Delivery Network (CDN) where users across the globe can more quickly and reliably download my picture (see below). The Microsoft Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) allows you to cache content across the globe to be closer to the user who will consume it so…

Exploring Azure’s Traffic Manager with My Web Apps

Exploring Azure’s Traffic Manager with My Web Apps Today I tinkered with my soon to be expiring “Free Trial” subscription by creating and configuring a Traffic Manager [link] in the new Azure Portal. I also setup a test sub-domain on my personal site to redirect website visitors to this traffic manager. Then I tested traffic…

Creating my Custom Domain with Azure Active Directory using the new Portal

Creating my Custom Domain with Azure Active Directory using the new Portal Today I created my very first own custom domain of users (community.katiegirl.net) on my Azure Active Directory using both the classic and new portal methods. It’s step one in a process if you want to integrate your organization’s existing Active Directory federated sign-on,…

My Experiment with Recovery Services Vault – Azure Backups

My Experiment with Recovery Services Vault – Azure Backups Today I created my own Recovery Services Vault with a client Azure Backup using the new Azure Portal. The well-written documentation “Back up a Windows Server or client to Azure using the Resource Manager deployment model” [link here] made this process relatively painless.  My first-timer confession is…

Azure Fun: Creating a Virtual Private Network with the New Portal

I created my very own Virtual Private Network (VPN) in the new Azure portal and would like to share my project and story. First, I would like to reference my project here where I created a VPN using the classic portal and classic Virtual Network. There are some differences in the User Experience on creating a…