Azure Event Grid - Introduction

Azure Event Grid - Create Custom Events

Azure Event Grid is an eventing back plane that enables event-driven and reactive programming. In this blog post series we will understand Azure Event Grid and look at developing an event driven application using Azure Event Grid as the backplane

June 24, 2022 · 5 min · 940 words · Pradeep Loganathan
Azure Event Grid - Introduction

Azure Event Grid - Creating a Topic

Azure Event Grid is an eventing back plane that enables event-driven and reactive programming. In this blog post series we will understand Azure Event Grid and look at developing an event driven application using Azure Event Grid as the backplane

June 23, 2022 · 1 min · 187 words · Pradeep Loganathan
Azure Event Grid - Introduction

Introduction to Azure Event Grid

Azure Event Grid is an eventing back plane that enables event-driven and reactive programming. In this blog post series we will understand Azure Event Grid and look at developing an event driven application using Azure Event Grid as the backplane

June 22, 2022 · 4 min · 650 words · Pradeep Loganathan
Building a secure and high-performance AKS Kubernetes cluster using Terraform

Building a secure and high-performance AKS Kubernetes cluster using Terraform

I have been part of a couple of build outs where we built Kubernetes clusters to run our cloud workloads. These builds involved deploying AKS clusters using terraform and AzDO. Designing the AKS infrastructure is key to ensure that the cloud workloads running on them can be deployed, secured, and hosted effectively. In this post I am documenting the general steps involved in building out a Kubernetes infrastructure on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) using terraform and deploy workloads using Azure devops (AzDO) and Helm charts....

September 9, 2021 · 14 min · 2864 words · Pradeep Loganathan
Off the blocks with the new Cosmos Db SDK-V4

Off the blocks with the new Cosmos Db SDK - V4

Creating Cosmos Db Infrastructure The azure Cosmos DB team provides SQL API SDK’s for various languages. At the time of writing this post the NuGet package for .NET core is at version 4 preview 3. The GitHub repo for this NuGet package is here . To get started we can use the Cosmo Db emulator locally or create a Cosmos Account on Azure. We can log onto Azure portal to create a Cosmos Account or use Azure CLI....

November 2, 2020 · 7 min · 1457 words · Pradeep Loganathan