Month: May 2017

How to configure Azure Web Application settings via PowerShell

Application Settings .NET developers should be familiar with the classic web.config file used for storing web site options, application settings, and connection strings. When you deploy a .NET Web Application to Azure this file can still be used, however a new additional settings layer in Azure is provided. Azure Web Applications have access to an additional key/value … Continue reading How to configure Azure Web Application settings via PowerShell

Book review: Production-Ready Microservices by Susan J. Fowler

Recently, I picked up Susan J. Fowler's book, Production-Ready Microservices. It was a quick read and it provided an excellent outline for implementing standards across a microservice ecosystem in large organizations. I would definitely recommend it for software engineers or site reliability engineers (SRE's) who work with microservices. Production-Ready Microservices starts with a brief explanation of why large organizations … Continue reading Book review: Production-Ready Microservices by Susan J. Fowler