How to change the pricing tier of my Azure AppService by code?

Using the Free or Basic plan for your Azure AppService plan is a good way to start and discover what Azure will be able to do for you. But when you go in production, you might want to use a different pricing tier, just to be able to use some interesting features available in Azure… Continue reading


Streaming Kubernetes’ logs using SignalR

As I’m using a lot Kubernetes to work on my project, I had the need to be able to view the logs produced by the pods.Actually, you can use the Kubernetes Dashboard to view the logs but it means you have to use the proxy to connect using http://127.0.0.1 and that solution was not perfect… Continue reading


How to write a pull request comment during your Azure DevOps build ?

Currently playing with Kubernetes and Azure DevOps for my side project, I wanted to be able to write a comment during the build process, to allow me to post some “important” informations. Fortunately, Azure DevOps is “just” a set of REST APIs so after looking for the information on Internet, I’ve been able to find… Continue reading


Set a colon in an environment variable for Kubernetes

Working a lot with .NET Core, using colon (‘:’) in appsettings is quite common. This allow a better separation of variables and, in the end, a better visibility. Today, I’ve encountered an issue when trying to deploy my ASP.NET Core application on Kubernetes cluster: Ok, that’s gonna be funny 🙂 As I didn’t wanted to… Continue reading


Why my Azure Media Services assets are not displayed?

Currently working on a side project that use Azure Media Services, I encountered an issue where the assets created by code where not displayed in Azure Portal: At first, I thought there was a problem in my code where I didn’t set the name for example: But whatever I changed on my code, nothing on… Continue reading


Improve Azure Function logging with function filters

When you are doing serverless development in Microsoft system, Azure Functions are one of the feature that you can’t miss. As explained on the official website: With Azure Function, you can build and debug locally without additional setup, deploy and operate at scale in the cloud and integrate services using triggers and bindings. When you… Continue reading



Auditing your Azure DevOps Services instance

Sometimes, when you’re working with other developers, you might wonder who has changed some permissions on your Azure DevOps Services instance, or who has modified some pipeline, etc. I’ve discovered that Azure DevOps Services has a builtin (but in preview) API to query audit log entries. To be able to used it, you just need… Continue reading



Docker, SQL Server and the “Exited (1)” status

For one of my pet projects, I need to use a simple SQL Server database to store the data. As I wanted to do it for a long time, I’ve decided to use docker to get a SQL Server container. I don’t know by heart the command line to setup the container (pulling the image… Continue reading