The Azure Virtual Network (VNet) is like a container that provide traffic isolation and segmentation. An Azure virtual network (VNet) is a representation of your own network in the cloud. You can control your Azure network settings and define DHCP address blocks, DNS settings, security policies, and routing. You can also further segment your VNetContinue reading “Azure Virtual Network”
Service bus is available on azure platform with three different messaging possibilities: Service Bus Queue Service Bus Topic Service Bus Relay Service Bus Queue It’s available for Basic Price Tier. Service Bus Topic It’s available for Standard / Premium Price Tier. Service Bus Relay Service Bus is usually for the enterprise level solutions, where theContinue reading “Azure Service Bus”
In the following scenarios / architectures we can use azure event hub.
On the Azure portal for time being we have three different Event Grids: Event Grid Topics Event Grid Domain Event Grid Subscription Resources Event sources in Azure Event Grid
Azure Activity Log -> provides insights into subscription-level events.Retention period of 90 days Benefit of connecting Activity Log to Log Analytics consolidate the activity logs of multi subscriptions in one place for analysis. Store Activity Log enteries for more than 90 days. Correlate Activity Log data with Azure Monitor data. Use Log queries for complexContinue reading “Azure Activity Log”
In the Cost Management + Billing service blade > Cost analysis > there’s a possibility for filter after tag and if the environment like dev, Prod has been considered as tag. We can filter here. Event filter after services.
What’s alert? A proactive notificaion when an important notification found in monitoring (response to incidents). Alert is raised before customer identifies and addresses an issue. Unified alerts are managed by log analytics and application insights. The previous type of alert are classic alerts. Alerts are raised for matrics and logs. Ex. Metric values, Log searchContinue reading “Azure Monitor & Alert”
In Azure Subscription features: All available resource providers on Azure Portal Subscription blade How to see all available Resources Providers on Azure Portal Go to Azure Portal. Go to Subscription Resources. Select one of your active subscriptions. Subscription’s blade gets open. Go to Resource Providers item in the left panel. The list of all resourcesContinue reading “Azure Subscription”
References Azure DevTest Lab