Tag: portal

Intro to Azure for Developers FREE Webinar On-Demand from Opsgility

The other day I hosted a FREE Webinar with Opsgility that provides an Introduction to Azure for Developers. In this webinar I went over an introduction to what IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS are. Then I […]

Create Azure SQL Database in the Azure Portal

Here’s a short video that shows you how to create an Azure SQL Database in the Azure Portal. It also explains how to connect to the database, and how the relationship between Azure SQL Databases […]

Create Azure Web App in the Azure Portal

Here’s a short video introduction to creating an Azure Web App within the Azure Portal. It also shows how to select the pricing tier to specify the CPU and Memory resources for the App Service […]

Manage Azure Resource Policies in the Azure Portal

Here’s a short video I recorded that goes over how to manage Azure Resource Policies in the Azure Portal. Before the “how to” showing the Portal, I do give a brief explanation of what Azure […]

Introduction to the Azure Portal

Here’s a short video I recorded that goes over how to access the Azure Portal (the Current Azure Management Portal). I cover an overview of the dynamics and mechanics of the Azure Portal and how […]

New Azure Preview Portal Grants Early Access to Features

With the “current” Azure Portal (http://portal.azure.com) in full force and Microsoft deprecating services / features within the “classic” Azure Portal, they have now made available a NEW¬†Preview Portal. The NEW Preview Portal allows you to […]

Azure Web Apps only in Current Portal from February 1, 2017

Microsoft has been working for a couple years to add support to all existing Azure services, as well as a plethora of new services, within the Current Azure Portal (http://portal.azure.com). One of the huge services […]

Why is the Azure Portal a Web App?

There have been a few incarnations of the Microsoft Azure Management Portal over the years. The current state is a fairly easy to use Web Application that is built as a Single Page Application (SPA). […]

Azure Portal + Azure AD Management in Public Preview

Microsoft has been hard at work to integrate all the existing Service Management API based services (such as VMs, Storage, Service Bus, etc) over to the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) API and including them in […]

Fixing Azure Portal Errors

All software has errors. The Microsoft Azure Portal is no different. When this happens you’ll¬†receive one of two different alerts of the error; either an error message or a rain cloud. It’s easy to have […]