Author Archives: abatishchev
This is a series of posts: Introduction Principles (this post) Layers Traffic Secrets First and foremost, you have to threat your service’s infrastructure as you threat your service’s code. In other words as infrastructure-as-code. This may include the techniques that … Continue reading
This post is a summary of my experience dealing with user-assigned managed identity and key vaults in Azure, it explores multiple ways to achieve the same result – how to assign access policies using an ARM template. Each of the … Continue reading
I have an issue with reading books. I read blogs and articles on the Internet often but physical books almost never. Back in the day when I was living in Moscow, I used to commute to college and work an … Continue reading
Due to the pandemic and workaholism, everything takes longer this year. I’m adding 5g of RC212 by Cellar Science (batch #52495, whatever it means) to the 5-gallon bucket of Petit Sirah. But first, to avoid shock, I’m diluting the yeast … Continue reading
Last time when I added Potassium Metabisulfite the outcome was much better when I did not. So this time I’m adding it to both buckets of must, ~1.5 x ¼ tsp per 5 gallons.
Some precalculations: My weight: 74.15 kg Empty bucket: 1.15 kg Total: 75.45 kg Bucket #1 (CS): Total: 86.80 kg Grapes: 12.65 kg Bucket #2 (CS): Total: 85.80 kg Grapes: 11.65 kg Bucket #3 (PS): Total: 89.15 kg Grapes: 15.00 kg … Continue reading
It’s that time of year when I drive to my friends at Carthage Vineyard in Zillah, WA and pick what’s left after the harvest season. This year it was 2 buckets of Cabernet Sauvignon and 2 buckets of Petite Sirah.
This blob post is intended to compliment the official doc which I personally don’t find helpful and comprehensive enough. The configuration that works for me consists of 3 parts: Cluster ARM template change AAD app for the cluster identity (let’s … Continue reading
Imagine a scenario: you have one global DNS zone in Prod subscription and several child DNS zones for each environment in their own subscriptions, e.g.: infra.example.com Subscription: Prod dev.infra.examle.com Subscription: Dev test.infra.example.com Subscription: Test prod.infra.example.com Subscription: Prod Each zone is … Continue reading
As time goes by and you deploy applications, a new build every time what means a new application type is getting provisioned. Application packages are piling up and after some time old versions become just a clutter that eats up … Continue reading