Using the GitHub self-hosted runner and Azure Virtual Machines to login with a System Assigned Managed Identity
I recently started thinking about the typical setup process for a GitHub Action Workflow which will requires access to Azure. Typically, the process is to use the
Azure/login GitHub Action, and then use the
azure/cli or another Azure GitHub Action to deploy into GitHub. This is a nice approach. …
Static Web Apps in Azure | DEVREAL.io
We often hear about Kubernetes, App Services, VMs and more. What about static sites? The Static Content Hosting pattern can be cost-effective, and when combined with a CDN can be incredibly performant! We will get hands-on, showing how these resources come together into a Cloud Architecture.
Discussing the Cloud with Chris GitHub Actions Usage
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 how CloudWithChris.com, diving deep into GitHub actions and some of the considerations that were made along the way.
AZ Community Roundtable - Ep.01 - Chris Reddington & Martin Therkelsen with host James Cook
On the first AZ Community Roundtable show, James Cook introduces himself for the first time as the host. After guest speakers Chris and Martin introduce themselves, James discusses Microsoft Build news on App Services adopting Cloud Native approach using Kubernetes so it can be used on other …
UK Community Session: Create friction-free code across all tools and frameworks
Microsoft Cloud Advocate Dean Bryen is joined by guests Carole Logan (developer and tech lead based in Glasgow) and Chris Reddington (Microsoft Cloud Solution Architect) as they take you through the end-to-end process of editing, committing and deploying code across different platforms and tools. …
How GitHub Actions can help in building and deploying a static website and more
Chris is a Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft. He’ll provide an overview of GitHub and explore how GitHub Actions can be used to build and deploy your own static websites (or other apps!) to Azure.
Making a GitHub Action with Docker and .NET Core
As you may have read previously, my site cloudwithchris.com is hosted using Azure Storage Static Websites. A common pattern when building static websites is to version control the assets and use Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery to deliver the rendered compiled website to Azure. …