I got stumbled with an issue, “Failed SNAT connections detected”. Luck favored! Yes, it’s a very minimal impact on the environment. However, I took remediation action as earliest as possible. The functions I have developed invokes Azure management API for a business reason. So, I ended up with the error due to the outbound connection. Microsoft recommends below
Is it possible to write data to the storage table when the Azure Event Grid trigger is invoked? Yes, it is possible. A colleague requested to log the output of the Azure Functions transactions to the Azure table storage, and my call is to store only the required data. Indeed, cost and readability is the primary concern. With no further ado, let me walk you through the requirement.
Of late, I was in need to use a PFX in the Azure DevOps pipeline. Well, it’s not super complex, and having said that, it’s not relatively easy. What do we learn in this blog post? A simple PowerShell script to use a PFX certificate in the Azure DevOps PowerShell script task. Let me try to explain the steps as most effortless as possible.