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Azure CLI – Deleting Resources

Azure CLI is really handy for all sorts of tasks. When I build solutions, POCs and environments and I want to tear down the resources I like to use Azure CLI over the Portal. Below will show you the commands I use.

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Azure VM Types

There are many different family groups for Azure VMs each with its own purpose. Below is a summary of what can be selected. This is important because for example if you are running complex OLTP database servers then very likely you will go for Memory optimised machines, right? We know SQL server loves RAM. Any ways here is the list:

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Azure Redis Cache – Persistent Data

I mentioned before that you could use the idea of data persistency to rebuild your data from total failure. There are two types. RDB and AOF.

RDB – persists a snapshot of your cache in a binary format. The snapshot is saved in an Azure Storage account. AOF – saves every write operation to a log. The log is saved at least once per second into an Azure Storage account. 

This is quite an in-depth topic area and I suggest further reading to determine which one suits you: https://redis.io/topics/persistence#aof-disadvantages

To set this up you will see data persistence section within your Redis Cache

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