Monday, October 22, 2018

Azure Blob Storage Tiers

Azure Blob Storage Tiers

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There are few points which you should remember while developing or managing Azure Storage pertinent to Tier for data access.


Azure Hot Storage  Tier ----> It uses for fast retrieval of data or lowest data retrieval cost and lowest data access cost though higher data storage cost involve.

Azure Cool Storage  Tier ---> Higher in data retrieval cost while lower in data storage cost.

Azure Archive Storage  Tier  ---> Highest data retrieval cost while Lowest data storage cost .


Kindly consider all above points while you are about to choose Storage Tier’s in Azure


Warm Regards

Sachin Kalia

Saturday, October 13, 2018

WINDOWS POWERSHELL COMMANDS

WINDOWS POWERSHELL COMMANDS

Open your power shell from command prompt as a administrator.

Point to remember : Declare any variable with $y in PowerShell


C:\WINDOWS\system32>$array ="India","Japan","Aus","US","UK"

C:\WINDOWS\system32> $array

It will list an array


PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $array[2]

It gives value on index 2 , which is AUS in our case.


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$array=("India","Asia"),("Japan","Asia"),("AUstralia","Australia"),("UK","EUROPE"),("US","North America”)

PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $array

PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $array[0][1]
Asia
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $array[1][1]
Asia
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $array[1][0]


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Some mathematical commands show below:

PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $y=get-service
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $y.count
292
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> [math]::sqrt("9")
3
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $x="192.78788"
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> [math]::round($x,2)
192.79








4. To update the value of an index in array as shown below:

PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $array[1][0]="Singapore"
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $array[1][0]



5. To change the variable case in upper and lower use the following command


PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $x="The quick brown fox jumps right over the lazy little dogs"
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $x.ToUpper()
THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS RIGHT OVER THE LAZY LITTLE DOGS
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $x.TOLOWER()

Output
the quick brown fox jumps right over the lazy little dogs


6. To replace any word


PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $x.replace("The","That")
That quick brown fox jumps right over the lazy little dogs



7. To Get complete service object in a variable

Declare any variable with $y in PowerShell

PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $y=get-service
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $y.count
Output : 292

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Conducted and Executed Azure session in Noida today Some Glimpse Conversation following topics
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  • Azure
    ARM Portal (Azure Resource Manager)
    Azure Service Model
    ARM Portal Deep Dive
    Platform As A Service(PaaS)
    Hosting .Net WEBAPI Application
    Application Insights
    Application Insights Telemetry
    Live Streaming of execution
    Logic Apps as WebHook
    Logic apps integration with Skype/Slack for notification
    Create Logic apps for Twitter Integration with Slack(AI Usage)
    Stay in Cloud








10 OCT 2018

@Azure @ARM @LogicApps

Sunday, October 7, 2018

POWER SHELL COMMANDS

POwer SHELL COMMANDS

get-help workerrole
get-help webrole
get-help *content*
get-help storage
get-command *event
get-eventlog system
get-eventlog system -newest 10 // to get latest 10 log
 
get-eventlog system -newest 10 | where {$_.instanceid -eq 129} // To get the specific event
 
get-eventlog system -newest 10 | where {$_.instanceid -lt 1219} // to get all events less than event id 129
  
get-service | export-csv -path E:\Service.csv -- to export all services to E drive through command 
import-csv E:\Service.csv

TO Export all process in xml format :

get-process | export-clixml -path  e:\training.xml
TO Export all process in txt format :
get-process | out-file -filepath  e:\training.txt
To open in notepad :
invoke-item  e:\training.txt

To get all service in html format:

get-service | convertto-html

get-service | convertto-html | set-content E:\xyz.xml

To retrieve only two columns from Services:

get-service | convertto-html -property name,status


List of service starts with character “S”

get-service s*

To get process which has id less than 100
get-process | where id -lt 100

To Get service which are running using where clause in powershell:

get-service | where {$_.status -eq "running"}
get-service | where {$_.status -eq "stopped"}

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