To run Drupal in Azure, we have three options for the infrastructure at the moments, VMs, VMSS and AKS. VMs could be the most straight forward way if you migrate Drupal from on-prem servers. VMSS... Read More ⟶
Sometimes when I want to write some technical posts or articles, I cannot find a proper place to post them. I know I can post them on this blog and I have been doing it all the time. But sometimes... Read More ⟶
In the past few days, I created a small Chrome/Edge extension, sttf-url-generator, and published it to both Chrome web store and Edge Add-ons. What this extension does is merely the user sharing use... Read More ⟶
Kubernetes' Node Allocatable feature allows the cluster to reserve the resources of node for system daemons of OS and Kubernetes itself. For example, when I ran kubectl describe node for a node in... Read More ⟶
I've been using Microsoft PowerToys on my work machine for some time and find myself more and more rely on it every day. The name, PowerToys, is a very old name on Windows. The 1st version of... Read More ⟶
In Azure API Management, when the HTTP method of a request doesn't match the one defined in the corresponding operation, APIM returns status code HTTP 404 Resource Not Found to the client. For... Read More ⟶
March 28, 2020Tech NotesAzureComments Off on Azure Batch – Create a Custom Pool using Shared Image Gallery
If you have a custom image in a Shared Image Gallery and you want to use it to create a pool in Azure Batch, this document, Use the Shared Image Gallery to create a custom pool, provides a pretty... Read More ⟶
Recently I spent more and more time on WSL 2. I ran a Ubuntu 18.04 on WSL 2 and mainly used the tools such as zsh, tmux and vim. To make fun with the environment, I customized them little by little,... Read More ⟶
Early this week, I took the 2nd try of the CKAD exam and passed it. I scored 89% this time despite the situation where I ran out of time and couldn't finish the last question completely. Now I am... Read More ⟶
March 9, 2019Tech NotesAzureComments Off on Configuring VNET integration of Azure Redis and Web App
To configure Azure Redis with the VNET support, we can follow the steps described in this document. And to integrate Azure web app with a VNET, there is a detailed document for it as well. In this... Read More ⟶
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