Azure Storage Static website feature is really awesome - and great websites for less than 1$ a month can be hosted with them - but unfortunately, they can only mapped to subdomains. In this article, I explain how to get it working for both root and subdomains.
I don’t want to expose VMs to the entire internet - and neither should you. That is basically an invite to brute force attack the VM. Therefore, if I don’t use a VPN or Express Route connection to use private IPs, I use Network Security Groups (NSG) to control the traffic to VMs by allowing a single source IP.
In this post, I show how I do that with Terraform.
In February I created a Azure DevOps Build/Release agent with terraform running on Ubuntu and due to many requests, here is the terraform script to do the same, but on a Windows Server.