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Archive: https://archive.sweetops.com/azure/

2019-07-01

geertn

Anyone experienced a runaway omiagent process eating 100% CPU on AKS Kubernetes worker nodes?

2019-05-21

GiriVardhanKumar

Hi , I want to create Logic App using terraform. The script should create “blank logic app” and should mimic the “Logic apps designer” . Is this possible using Terraform

2019-05-02

man azure has a global outage and has been down for ~2 hours

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2019-04-02

2019-04-01

Garrett (PlanoCloudDude)
shuaibiyy/awesome-terraform

Curated list of resources on HashiCorp’s Terraform - shuaibiyy/awesome-terraform

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Erik Osterman

Looks like a few cloudposse modules made the cut!

shuaibiyy/awesome-terraform

Curated list of resources on HashiCorp’s Terraform - shuaibiyy/awesome-terraform

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2019-03-28

Garrett (PlanoCloudDude)

hmm crickets #crickets

Garrett (PlanoCloudDude)

#crickets

Erik Osterman

Haha yea sorry mostly #aws discussions

2019-03-27

Garrett (PlanoCloudDude)

Hello, anyone have any Terraform modules code to automate cis benchmarks in azure subscriptions / tenants ???

2019-03-26

aknysh

@GiriVardhanKumar a few links on Jenkins/Terraform/Azure

aknysh
Immutable Infrastructure CI/CD using Jenkins and Terraform on Azure…

Azure is a world-class cloud for hosting virtual machines running Windows or Linux. Whether you use Java, Node.js, Go, or PHP to develop your applications, you’ll need a continuous integration and …

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aknysh
xenonstack/terraform-jenkins-azure

Deploy Jenkins on Azure with Terraform. Contribute to xenonstack/terraform-jenkins-azure development by creating an account on GitHub.

aknysh
Azure/terraform-with-jenkins-samples

Terraform plans & commands to provision Azure VMSS and VM from a VM image on demand or from a Jenkins pipeline. - Azure/terraform-with-jenkins-samples

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2019-03-20

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2019-03-08

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2019-02-28

Erik Weber

The AWS reference architecture consists of multiple accounts, do you recommend doing something similar with Azure or should it rather be handled by subscriptions?

antonbabenko

Yes, I would recommend to have separation by subscription ids as we do by AWS accounts in AWS world.

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Erik Osterman
Innovation Norway

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@Erik Weber

Erik Osterman

tons of azure terraform modules

2019-02-26

Erik Weber
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Erik Weber

I really like a lot of the stuff cloud posse has/does, but I’m stuck with Azure… Does anyone know of related/relevant resources for azure? For instance I’d like to have chamber with Azure Keyvault

aknysh

@antonbabenko was working with Azure recently (don’t know to what extend)

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2019-02-14

Erik Osterman
05:18:15 AM

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2019-02-13

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2019-02-08

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2019-01-30

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2019-01-09

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2019-01-03

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2018-12-22

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2018-12-17

@aknysh can you go more granular with access control on each container within a Blob service

aknysh

you asking about Azure? I’m not very familiar with it

yeah azure

ah woops its @geertn that is familiar with azurew

2018-12-14

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2018-12-12

Andrii
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2018-12-10

aknysh
Microsoft to stop supporting its Azure Container Service in January 2020 | ZDNet

Microsoft will no longer support its Azure Container Service (ACS) as of January 31, 2020. For Kubernetes users, the Microsoft way forward is Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).

Erik Osterman

wow, interesting.

2018-11-30

Erik Osterman
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2018-11-29

Erik Osterman
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2018-11-19

Hi there, has anyone tested the new Python environment for functions ? https://github.com/Azure/azure-functions-python-worker#overview Bonus : have you tested it with Terraform built resources ? I’d like to know if it’s stable enough for simple timed triggered scripts.

Azure/azure-functions-python-worker

Python worker for Azure Functions. Contribute to Azure/azure-functions-python-worker development by creating an account on GitHub.

2018-11-13

geertn

No

2018-11-12

@geertn do you use AKS?

2018-11-07

geertn

@btai to give you an idea for an env with 15 servers we use about 8 rg

geertn

Next to that about 6 RG for things like recovery vault, packer images and build space, keyvault

geertn

I’d say it’s pretty granular

@geertn Okay sounds good. so in my environment I have a RG for the vnet + default subnets, RG for my AKS cluster + ALB + cluster subnets, and I’m planning on a RG for the pg database.

sounds about right?

@geertn completely different question, do you know why the Azure managed pg database makes the username {admin_login}@{host_name}?

geertn

Sounds good to me. I wouldn’t know about PG DB username no

2018-11-06

anyone here with a decent amount of azure experience?

aknysh

@geertn mentioned he did

im curious how people are grouping their resource groups. im not sure if its better to be very granular, or if a single resource group per environment

geertn

@btai We use a subcription per environment. One subcription for general services to other subscriptions (VPN), one for prod, staging, etc. Next to that generally map resource groups to terraform environment / state files. So eg a RG for WAF with NLB, a RG for Domain Controllers with LDAP NLB, a RG for Recovery Services Vault, One RG for all networking stuff (Vnets/subnets). Mostly becuase it’s handy for deleting/redeploying thing without worrying too much but also to be able to set granular permissions on the RG’s

ok so youre not super granular with RGs, but within each environment you’ll have a handful of RGs

@geertn

2018-11-02

btai
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2018-10-25

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2018-10-11

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geertn
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geertn

hoi

Let’s see how busy this chan is one year from now.

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aknysh

Anybody’s using azure in prod?

geertn

aknysh

hey @geertn

aknysh

what’s your Ops workflow with azure?

aknysh

I know you can deploy from Visual Studio

aknysh

and MS introduced AzureOps recently

aknysh

what do you use for CI/CD?

geertn

VSTS deploys terraform and builds packer images. Code deployment is still in gitlab -> docker swarm

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