Azure Devops – Add your build status badges to your Wiki

Its always a good idea on your project to keep your project documentation up to date, I personally like to make use of the Wiki inside Azure Devops, we use Azure Devops almost exclusively at work now. On the wiki we have a page which documents the Azure Builds and Release pipelines, so that people can … Continue reading Azure Devops – Add your build status badges to your Wiki

Podcast appearance on CloudSkills.fm

On March 12th 2019, Mike Pfeiffer invited me to appear on his excellent podcast which is called CloudSkills.fm CloudSkills.fm is a weekly podcast with technical tips and career advice for people working in the cloud computing industry Mike Pfeiffer is a Pluralsight author, consultant, advisor, author, and mentor for people ramping up on cloud-based technologies … Continue reading Podcast appearance on CloudSkills.fm

Using Azure Recovery Vault to backup SQL Server within your Virtual Machines

In this blog post I'll show you how to go about baking up SQL Server within your VM's on Azure. I'm going to assume you have created an Azure Recovery Vault already. Step 1 - Log into Azure and go into your Recovery Vault. Step 2 - Click Backup. Step 3 - Choose SQL Server … Continue reading Using Azure Recovery Vault to backup SQL Server within your Virtual Machines