With GitHub, it’s easy to create Actions and use them in GitHub Workflow as long as they are accessible from a public repository. This blog post shows you how to use Actions from a private repository.Lees verder
.NET Core 6 gRPC running in Kubernetes with healthcheck
Health checks (probes) are a powerful feature of Kubernetes and make sure your container is healthy. A separate endpoint, next to your regular endpoint, tells using an HTTP status code if your service is healthy or not. You decide the implementation of the check that is executed. Let’s see what needs to be done implementing a .NET 6 gRPC health check.Lees verder
.NET Core 6 gRPC running in Kubernetes with Traefik
gRPC is ideal for communication between microservices. gRPC has performance advantages through the Protobuf message structure. gRPC is intended for internal systems due to its limited low browser support. Therefore very suitable to use within Kubernetes. It’s the recommended way from Microsoft to build RPC services using .NET.Lees verder
Read Azure docs always in en-us instead of local language
Searching in Google for Azure related stuff results in a lot of links to local language specific content. For example in my case the url always contains nl-nl. Despite the language configuration in Chrome is English I always get results in Dutch. This is very annoying and can be solved using Chrome Extension Requestly.
Started Dutch Azure Meetup
This week Marco Mansi, Sander Molenkamp and I started the Dutch Azure Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/Dutch-Azure-Meetup/
Azure offers a lot of services and features, and this grows almost daily. It’s hard to be up-to-date on all the Azure features. This meetup gives you the opportunity to learn about Azure in a practical way.
Exception with the creation of a Visual Studio Virtual Machine in Azure without MSDN subscription
My previous blogpost shows you how to create a Visual Studio Development Virtual Machine in Azure. When you don’t have a MSDN subscription it turns out you get an exception when you create the Virtual Machine, based on the image with Visual Studio 2015, Azure SDK 2.9 and Windows 10. The exception comes up both in the portal and with PowerShell.