Discussing the Cloud with Chris GitHub Architecture and GitHub setup
In this session, Chris is joined by Karl Cooke - Implementation Specialist at Action Point Technology Group, Blogger at https://irishtechie.com. Chris and Karl talk all about the CloudWithChris.com architecture and the decisions surrounding the GitHub setup that drive the deployment and management …
Scheduled Thu, Apr 22, 2021
35 - A discussion on Azure Spring Cloud
Find out how you can leverage Azure Spring Cloud for running your Java spring boot applications on Azure. Chris is joined by Gitte Vermeiren as they talk through all things Azure Spring Cloud in this episode of Cloud With Chris!
Scheduled Fri, Apr 23, 2021
2 - Cost Control
Hello and welcome back to Cloud with Chris! You’re with me - Chris Reddington, and we’ll be talking about all things cloud. Now, just as reminder - I would love to have any and all topic suggestions, so please get in touch with me on either Facebook or Twitter, @CloudWithChris. …
1 - Requirements in Context
Hello and welcome to the first episode of Cloud with Chris. Now I should start by introducing what this podcast is all about.
My name is Chris Reddington, and day to day I help different organisations move their way into the cloud. Of course, I see many trends and themes as I help those …
0 - Teaser
Deploying a multi-region Serverless API Layer (Part 1)
In my spare time, I work on a pet project called Theatreers. The aim of this is a microservice based platform focused on Theatre / Musical Theatre (bringing a few of my passion areas together).
I’ve recently re-architected the project to align to a serverless technology stack. This includes: …
Using Azure DevOps REST APIs to automatically create Team Iterations
Consider this scenario. You are managing a software project using Azure DevOps, and you have multiple teams working towards a common cadence. Perhaps that cadence is managed by a central team. To gain the most value from your sprint planning, you would need to associate the iterations from the …
Azure Scaffold - Governance Recommendations
The topic seems to have come up a few times over the past few weeks, so I wanted to post a short, sharp blog about it!
How should I structure my Azure Subscription Hierarchy?
There is no “one right way” to answer this question. Your best bet is to first familiarise yourself with the …
Are you thinking of scalability in your cloud application?
Scalability is one of the common areas where I have seen common misconceptions, when customers begin building on the platform.
But before we jump into that topic, let’s first revisit the three main cloud operating models or paradigms:
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) - Think of this as …
Integration Platform as a Service: Logic Apps
In case you had not already heard, Logic Apps have now reached general availability on Azure (or read an MSDN article by Jeff Hollan on the topic).
What are Logic Apps?
Logic Apps enable integration points primarily between Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings, and can be easily configured through …
DigiCert Certificate Management through Azure Key Vault
Azure Key Vault helps safeguard cryptographic keys and secrets used by cloud applications and services. It streamlines the key management process, enabling you to maintain control of keys that access and encrypt your data. Developers can create keys for development and testing in minutes, and then …
An Introduction to Azure Functions
If you have been keeping up to date with the latest and greatest in Azure Services (yes, I know there are quite a few!), you may have heard of a new service called Azure Functions.
Azure Functions is an event-driven Platform as a Service capability, helping you to execute code upon the occurrence of …