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Blog posts December 2021

Building basic simple Web Server using PowerShell

While writing few solutions for html code I wanted to test basic html web pages, which I required to check with web server, here PowerShell can be handy to create simple and basic web server to serve html web page for testing purpose.

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Download this code basic_webserver_httplistener.ps1 here…

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Gather Azure Virtual Network inventory information using PowerShell

I am huge fan of PowerShell when gathering inventory report information. Before disabling few of my subscriptions in my Azure accounts, I wanted to gather Virtual Network inventory in the CSV file so It can be used later to see the information quickly to share in table format. Below is the screensho…

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Microsoft Azure PowerShell cmdlet 'this.Client.SubscriptionId' cannot be null

While working on one of my expired and disabled Microsoft Azure subscription with PowerShell, I was receiving error (Get-AzVirtualNetwork: 'this.Client.SubscriptionId' cannot be null) when trying to get information from Azure Virtual Network. Although I was receiving error for all the resources when…

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Terraform manage similar resources with for_each loop inside modules

After working on few of the Azure Terraform (Infrastructure as code) projects, I found I had to deploy same resource again and again, instead of defining same resource manually, I can use for_each loop to deploy resources smartly inside module block. In this example I am going to deploy Azure Virtu…

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Terraform for_each loop on resource example

In this article I will be using for_each loop to deploy same resources multiple time. This is a third part of earlier series of Terraform for_each loop on map example. Using the for_each loop I will deploy multiple Subnet resources inside Azure Virtual Network (VNET). Using loop I can keep my terra…

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Microsoft Azure Virtual WAN Part 7 - Configure security configuration | Route traffic to your secured hub | Test connectivity

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This is final and last article of vWAN configuration series. In this article I will be configuring Hub Security configuration - Routing on the the Virtual Hub and testing connectivity between Azure Virtual Machines between the different vNETs and across the region. 

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Microsoft Azure Virtual WAN Part 6 - Creating and configuring Azure Firewall Policies

In the earlier article I created few Virtual Machines on the Azure. Below are the few screenshots of Virtual Machines networking configuration with location and Private Ip address information which I will require to configure in Azure firewall policies to filter traffic in next few steps.

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Microsoft Azure Virtual WAN Part 5 - Create Azure Virtual Machine (VM)

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With these series I slowly coming to the complete configuration of vWAN architecture and here in this article I am creating and configuring Azure Virtual Machines (VM) as one of the configuration. There are 3 Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines I will creating using existing Virtual Network (vNET) …

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Microsoft Azure Virtual WAN Part 4 - Add Virtual Network connection | Hub vNet Peering

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