Today I came across a concept while not being too new in Azure, I had not met before: Private Link Scopes. This is something that specific services do, more concretely Azure Arc and Azure Monitor (see here for the official docs on how to configure this for Azure Monitor). In the case of the latter, … Continue reading Private Link and Azure Monitor: what is an AMPLS?
Hey there! I have recently published a new Azure Sample: ACI in VNet with Sidecar Containers. It has generated a bit of controversy (there is a reason why I picked such a crowded image for the post title), so let me add some color to it. But let me give you the TL;DR first: the … Continue reading New Azure Sample: ACI in VNet with Init and Sidecar Containers
Hey there! As you might have read, some time ago I wrote a pretty detailed “A day in the life of a packet” post series on how networking works in detail in Azure RedHat Openshift (ARO). Some of the feedback around those blog posts was that they are far too technical, and hard to read … Continue reading Azure RedHat Openshift and Hybrid Networking
In this part of this blog series we will have a look at how Azure Redhat Openshift works with Azure Private Link, as well as how DNS resolutions works including DNS forwarding to resolve on-premises private zones. You can find the other parts of the blog series here: Part 1: Intro and SDN Plugin Part … Continue reading A day in the life of a Packet in Azure Redhat Openshift (part 4)
As you are probably aware of, DNS is one of the services offered in Azure (you can read more about it here, pricing here). And as you probably know as well, you can programatically manage Azure resources over many different ways. During the weekend it struck me that I could migrate the dynamic DNS solution … Continue reading Dynamic DNS with Azure DNS (and a bash script)