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A Dynamic DNS service is indispensable if you want to host a website or application on a server with a dynamic public IP address. But how to keep your public DNS with the last IP and create a @ record that points to a CNAME with Azure DNS in this case?
If you need to create, assign, and manage policies across your organization, you can’t do without Azure Policy. Thanks to this service, you can perform various tasks on your resources and don’t worry about their compatibility with your corporate standards and service level agreements. So use Azure Policy and grow your business!
For some months now, Microsoft has deployed on the Azure platform, Key Vault. This solution gives you the possibility to store, directly on Azure, your passwords, certificates, etc. and to generate/call them through API. Resources can be accessed from Azure Automation, Azure AD and from your custom applications.
Today I’ll show you how to deploy a DSC server on Azure. This server will have the function of reference server, and will be the PULL server to store configurations.