Tag - Azure

Tuesdays with Corey: Classic vs ARM – what up with that?

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team answers a common question he gets regarding when to use “Classic” Azure services vs “Resource Manager” ARM templates.

Some of the URLs that came up in this show:

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Configure AzureCLI to work with OrgID on Mac / Linux

I looked up from a customer presentation earlier today and saw a sea of “fruit” beacon lights staring at me from the audience. In the past I would have been concerned as I would have had to qualify what works and what doesn’t work with “technology X” or “Service Y” on a non Microsoft platform.

I don’t have to worry about that anymore – things have changed. <phew>

If you are a Microsoft technology person and you want to interact at scale with Azure services, your tool of choice is probably going to be PowerShell with ARM (Azure Resource Manager) templates. If you are a NON-Microsoft technology person, you probably don’t want to spin up a windows VM just to run PowerShell to get stuff done.  You should be using AzureCLI.

But wait – we came across an issue with trying to authenticate against an Azure subscription using a “Microsoft Account” (formerly known as LiveID) like in an MSDN subscription or a Free Trial – things work great from the Azure Portal.  It’s not so great from AzureCLI – it errors out.  Why? You need to use an OrgID, not MSFT account.  There is a link to a generic AzureCLI document which has another LINK on how to setup an OrgID for Mac/Linux.

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While it kinda makes sense – how about a SIMPLER video? I asked my friend Boris Baryshnikov to make one for me (as he uses a Mac and the AzureCLI more than I do). Have a look and solve your authentication issue TODAY.

Tuesdays with Corey: Meet the team at an internal tech conference

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Windows Azure Compute team takes us inside an “ask the experts” night during an internal technical conference to introduce some of the members of his team we haven’t met yet.

Don’t forget – we’re always looking for Suggestions and Questions here in the comments section OR via twitter #AzureTwC. You never know – you might make it to an upcoming episode and be a virtual star of the show – like THIS one!

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Tuesdays with Corey: Linux Announcements and MOAR ARM

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Windows Azure Compute team sits to chat about recent Linux announcements on supportability as well as MOAR stuff on ARM Templates (this time from a partner).

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Tuesdays with Corey: DSC and ARM templates with Jeffrey Snover

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Windows Azure IaaS team meets up AGAIN with the man, the myth, the legend – Jeffrey Snover and this time talks about DSC and ARM templates.

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Tuesdays with Corey: Nano Server with Jeffrey Snover

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Windows Azure IaaS team meets up with the man, the myth, the legend – Jeffrey Snover and talks about Nano Server.

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Tuesdays with Corey Sanders re-launch. #AzureTwC

A while back Corey Sanders and Cameron Rogers created a video series called “Tuesdays With Corey” which was featured on Facebook – usually every Tuesday. It was good fun, informal and short bite sized chunks of info.  As with most regular video episodes, as time progressed – it got harder and harder to get these out on a regular basis. I sit in meetings with Corey every week where he would get asked about kicking this thing off again – so I approached him about rebooting the series and offered to help produce these on a more regular basis.

Same format, same “gorilla style” shooting – only change is hopefully some better audio and hosting the files on Channel 9.

Well…. what do you think?

The plan is to have these ready to go and you’ll see the episodes up on Facebook and socialized on a variety of networks on Tuesdays – starting on March 17th… I’ll post them here as well.

Got any questions? Any things you’d like to know or see about Azure? Use the comments here or tweet out using the #AzureTwC hashtag.


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