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The LAMP stack (part one)

The LAMP is where most of it begins It’s been such a long time I don’t write anything here. I’ve been writing, scribbling notes here and there, journaling every now and then. Taking notes, hundreds of notes for upcoming articles. But that’s about it. Nothing is coming alive. I’m sorry for that. I took the…

Linux Administration: Managing Users

I fell in love with Linux! I’m back with something different. Not completely different, but not the usual stuff. Since I started on this journey to learn the cloud, I’ve been enjoying Linux a lot. It’s super fun to learn, and to use. The Linux community is great, and it has so many possibilities. Linux…

Studying for the SC-300 (part 2)

Hi! I hope you’re all enjoying this beautiful Monday. It’s summer! Some days ago I started this series of articles in which I’ll share some of my study notes for the SC-300. This is the Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator certification exam. Securing the identities is of the utmost importance. Some time ago I read…

Studying for the SC-300 (part 1)

Hi! I finally took the time to book and study for the SC:300: Identity and Access Administrator. This is part of the Security, Compliance, and Identity new series of exams. There’s the SC-900: Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals, which is, as the name says, the exams that covers the fundamentals. Then there are the…

Azure Resume Challenge

I’ve been willing to do this one since I first saw it last year. Forrest Brazeal, from A Cloud Guru, had the brilliant idea of the Cloud Resume Challenge and I loved it. But it was on AWS, and I didn’t have any experience with AWS. I wanted to try and adapt the challenge to…

Deploying Multiple Resources with count in Terraform

Hi! It took me some time to publish something new. I’ve been studying, and I disconnected for some time to spend time with the family. I’m back now, with a lot of energy and eager to share with you what’s been going on. I just finished the Cloudskills Cloud Native DevOps Bootcamp, and I had…

Getting Started with DevOps Starter

If you’re just getting started with DevOps, the first thing I’d recommend is to read the Phoenix Project and the DevOps Handbook. DevOps is, further and foremost, about culture and mindset. These two books are the foundation of DevOps thinking, and they should be included in every list of must-reads. If you’re just getting started…

Git and Visual Studio Code

It’s been a looong time since I last wrote something here. I was so excited about the blog, and about sharing my journey. But then a lot of stuff happened. I lost focus.and motivation. I kept studying, though. I took the Azure Administrator certification exam, and passed. I took the Terraform Associate exam, and passed…

Terraform: Storing Terraform State in Azure Storage

Terraform is arguably one of the most popular tools these days. It seems that everyone is using it! It’s a very powerful tool, and definitely a game changer. Let’s talk about it a little bit, and get started with a simple project. Infrastructure as Code Terraform is Hashicorp’s infrastructure as Code tool. It’s used for…

Creating DNS Records for a Web App

I have to tell you the truth. I have a lot of fun with my work. I really do. I love figuring things out. I love challenges and learning new things. I don’t have any problems feeling uncomfortable. This feels like a super fun game. Going back to our experiments, this time we’ll create DNS…

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