We have been through an issue pertaining to the time zone setting of our web application which run on Azure App Service. After a couple of trial, we set the time zone to the value shown below.
It worked for our web application which is supposed use GMT+3, Turkish Standard Daytime :) It seems there are several values to get the result(GMT +3) that you may give it a try.
Wish you all the best, regards.
I have been driving a project which most of the components are run on Azure as PaaS and others as IaaS. Due to a service dependency, we built a point to site vpn to connect our Apps to our Azure VNet, and a site to site vpn to connect our VM‘s to to our on-premise. So our Apps are able to communicate to our on-premise through the tunnels. Lastly, we defined a custom DNS server ip address which points to one of our dns servers that run on our on-premise.
The custom dns setting inherits the VM’s inside the VNet. But not for the App.
At this point, we ran into a problem.Although the custom dns server ip address was set and displayed in VNet integration blade, it didn’t effect our App! After a short dialog with Azure Support we were provided a solution :)
As you can see above , we added a variable settings under the Application Settings of our web app. The value, of course, points to our on-premise dns server. The support guy that helped us gave us a promise to update the documentation :)
Wish you great week:)
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Artan depolama alanı ihtiyacına karşı depolama maliyetini optimize etmek için bulut tabanlı depolama servisleri avantajlıdır. Azure blob storage servisine yakın zamanda eklenen cool & hot özelliği ile, sıkça erişilen veriniz ile sıkça erişilmeyen verinizi ayırarak depolama maliyetinizi daha da optimize edebilirsiniz. Azure üzerinde storage account’u oluştururken belirlediğiniz Cool niteliğindeki verinizin maliyeti oldukça düşük oluyor.
Ör: Gigabyte/Ay maliyeti 0.01 USD ‘dir.
Daha detaylı göz atmak isterseniz aşağıdaki tabloyu inceleyebilirsiniz*
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This is a great documentation to get default and maximum limits of most of the Azure services. As I have been following, it is updating through time.
You can find the brief list below.
PS: This list and limits changes.
Continue reading “Azure subscription and service limits, quotas, and constraints”
While I was evaluating an AWS Redshift lab on qwikLABS, the lab directed me to connect to Redshift cluster by using JackDB which is a hosted service that can be used as a secure client software to connect to cluster in order to run queries . Thus, you are able to query your database by using a 3rd party client software.
If you are seeking a service like JackDB, all of the plans come with 14-days free trial.
Before adding a data source to JackDB dashboard, make sure that you have already configured the AWS security group which allows the incoming connection that is initiated from JackDB IP’s.
In addition to this, you can undoubtedly use it to connect to Azure SQL service as well. I have added a data source which is hosted on Azure SQL.
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