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  • How to use ResourceManagementClient

      ResourceManagementClient is a class inside of Microsoft.Azure.Management.ResourceManager , which provide simplified API over Azure Resource Manager. In this post I will show a short example, which demonstrates how to instantiate this class. First of, we have to obtain authorization token. There are several ways to do that. Next code sample shows
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 03-28-2017
  • SLA downtime calculator

    When thinking about SLA (Service Level Agreement) you will have to deal with numbers like 99, 99.9 availability time etc. To get a feeling what these numbers really mean, you can use following site: https://uptime.is/ Following two examples show downtime for SLAs 99.9% and 99.99% respectively:  
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 03-02-2017
  • Uupss: 'this.Client.SubscriptionId' cannot be null

      'this.Client.SubscriptionId' cannot be null There are few Azure SDKs, which might lead you to this error. The typical example is using of power shell. However, Azure platform provides also very powerful management SDK. One interesting example, which is still in preview, is Fluent API . This library provides a huge simplification for management
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 02-14-2017
  • Iot, Hubs, Shrading and Partitioning

    It seems there is a some misunderstanding related to shrading and partitioning when talking about IoT and Microsoft Azure platform. Here is my recommendation about how we should thnk about this. EventHub uses internally  messaging feature called 'partitioning'. To understand how that works I would recommend to read more about this in context
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 02-07-2017
  • How to create NET461 WebApplication with NetCore project template?

      We have a WebApplication build on top of .NET Core Webproject template, which targets full .NET framework version instead of .NET Core. Some of you may ask why somebody would do that. The reason is simple. There are libraries out there, which currently runs on .NET Framework only. For example IotHub Service SDK. Because of this, we had to fallback
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 01-17-2017
  • Azure API Management Trace Policy

    Azure Management API by default provides a testing tool with pretty good tracing option. Following picture shows how default trace looks like in action. First open the API Management in Azure Portal and navigate to your API (in my case Echo API). On the top right, you will find Test button. After you click on send button, operation will be executed
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 01-12-2017
  • How to migrate .NET Core Test projects to VS 2017?

    VS 2017 provides a new Unit Test project template related to .NET core projects. However, you might already have a test project build with .NET Core 1.0. When migrating existing .NET Core Test projects to VS2017, this process might fail for several reasons. If it does not work, please check following. To do this, edit project file (.csproj). Then be
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 01-12-2017
  • Issue with SecureString when deploying Azure DB with Visual Studio Online

    When trying to deploy SQL Server instance with Visual Studio online, we have experienced some issues with password. To be more precise, deployement worked well, but password was set to some unexpected value. That means nobody was able to to logon. According to documentation, this is how password should be set: In our script we have used following snippet
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 01-06-2017
  • Useful Service Fabric content

      Learn about Service Fabric Watch Service Fabric sessions recordings from Ignite: Building Resilient, Scalable Services with Microsoft Azure Service Fabric by Vipul Modi, Vaclav Turecek: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Ignite/2015/BRK3730 Microsoft Azure Service Fabric Architecture by Gopal Kakivaya : https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Ignite/2015
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 01-03-2017
  • Export Unity 3D models to Excel

    We are working on some Pattern Recognition algorithms for HoloLens. Because of this we have to often use ideally created holograms as reference data for Machine Learning. Following very simple script creates menu item “ExportVertices” under menu Assets.  If you want to export vertices and triangles of a hologram, put tag on it with name ‘exportable
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 01-03-2017
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