Welcome to Part 2 of My Cloud Native Adventure. If you want to catch up on the journey so far, you can use the following link My Cloud Native Adventure.
Welcome to Part 1 of My Cloud Native Adventure. If you read my last article, looking back over 2021 and forward to 2022, you will know that I was embarking on a cloud native learning journey.
I’ve been blogging, on and off, for just over a year now.
One of the benefits of working for an Azure MSP is that no two days are the same.
Lately, I’ve been working with some customers to automate the migration of their services from another cloud provider to Azure.
Long time no blog… It’s been a while since I last wrote an article for this blog.
I’m dying my hair BLUE!!! This isn’t my normal Azure-related content.
Day 1 of 100DaysOfKubernetes It’s taken me a while to get to Day 1 on this journey.
Inspired by a recent presentation by Chris Reddington (@reddobowen) at the Limerick DotNet Azure User Group, I have made the decision to move this blog from GitHub Pages and Jekyll to an Azure Storage and Hugo based deployment.
If you follow me on Twitter or LinkedIn you will know that I recently passed the AZ-400 exam and earned the Microsoft Certified: DevOps Engineer Expert certification.