This article will help migrating the azure cosmos db data between different accounts and subscription. 3 Simple steps: Download dt.exe https://cosmosdbportalstorage.blob.core.windows.net/datamigrationtool/2018.02.28-1.8.1/dt-1.8.1.zip Replace appropriate values in the below script Run the script and check the results The dt.exe can handle different types of sources JSON files MongoDB SQL Server CSV files Azure Table storage Amazon DynamoDB HBase… Read More Migrating Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB collections between different Azure subscriptions
Write once and run on as many server as you like which helps being productive and spare time to do interesting tasks. Always maintains the desired state, even when humans try to change settings on servers so that your confidence level is high about the environments you build. Source controlled , version of changes can… Read More Top 3's, why you should use PowerShell DSC.
Here you go Building infrastructure manually by point and click means you lose integrity between environmens , deployment and testing aspects of application becames harder. Unable to demonstrate that Dev, Test , Integration , Staging and production are configured in same way because humans are generally not very good in repetitive tasks rather they are… Read More 5 reasons, why infrastructure as code is important?
During the weekend I thought creating an azure resource manager based packer image should be easier and simpler. But it turned out to be lot more tweaking than I anticipated. At the end its all worth it, here are the detailed steps to get things work if you are interested in this route. To be… Read More 101 – Packer by HashiCorp with Azure Resource Manager by Microsoft
10 key things in no particular order to consider and ask yourself while sprint planning and writing/estimating your user stories You focus on really important things which means what is the main functionality of a product and to meet the goals of a persona. (minimum viable product) As we always talk about communication and collaboration,… Read More Week 2 – Highlights (User Stories and Sprint Planning)