Blog posts on .NET, Azure, and more.

Deploy a Docker image to an Azure Container Instance

March 02, 2021 by Anuraj

Azure Docker AspNetCore

This article discuss about how to Deploy a Docker image to an Azure Container Instance. Azure Container Instance aka ACI helps you to run your Docker image in Azure. So to deploy the Docker image to Azure, first you need publish your Docker image to a container registry then you can connect the Container Instance to the registry and deploy the image.

Add Azure Key Vault to support to your ASP.NET application

March 01, 2021 by Anuraj

Azure KeyVault AspNetMVC

This article will discuss about how to connect and use Azure Key Vault in your ASP.NET MVC application.

How to create social media posts from long form content using Python

February 24, 2021 by Anuraj

Python Docker Azure

This article discuss about generating social media posts from long form written content using Python. Most of the companies create technical blogs, white papers, articles as part of their marketing initiative. And they will push these content to social media with a summary, which helps them to bring customers to their websites. And most of the articles or blogs repurposed. This solution will help you to create such social media posts from the blog posts or articles. In this post you will learn how to implement a solution using Python and Flask, and hosting it on Azure App Service. You will also learn to use Azure Cognitive Services instead of using nltk package.

Getting started with Microsoft YARP

February 20, 2021 by Anuraj

AspNetCore YARP ReverseProxy

This article discuss about YARP - A Reverse Proxy. YARP is a library to help create reverse proxy servers that are high-performance, production-ready, and highly customizable. So what is a reverse proxy? A reverse proxy is an intermediate connection point placed at a network’s edge. It receives initial HTTP connection requests and behave like the actual endpoint based on the configuration. Reverse Proxy acts as gateway between your application and users.

Running custom availability tests using Azure Functions

February 14, 2021 by Anuraj

Azure WebJobs Monitoring Serverless

This article shows you how create and run custom availability tests using Azure Functions. This is an update to the blog post about monitoring WebJobs using Application Insights, since Microsoft is deprecating the Load Test and Performance features, this is the recommended alternative for monitoring availability. To get started you need to create an Azure function in C# with Timer Trigger. You can choose the trigger interval based on your requirement. This is one of the main advantage compared to Application Insights availability test feature. Next you need to add following packages.

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