Azure Portal

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks – 21. Azure Portal Settings

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks is a series of short videos where I am showing various features of the Azure Portal and how you can take advantage of them to be more productive.

In this video I am showing the Azure Portal settings.

You can follow the series by subscribing to my channel or going directly to Azure Portal Tips & Tricks playlist:

If you have any suggestions or questions about the Azure Portal, or there is something in particular that you would like to see in this series, tweet me at @JakubJedryszek or leave a comment.


Azure Portal Tips & Tricks – 20. Creating MEAN Stack Ready Linux VM

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks is a series of short videos where I am showing various features of the Azure Portal and how you can take advantage of them to be more productive.

On the Azure Portal you can create already configured Virtual Machines, e.g. for node or ruby development, or with the latest Visual Studio and .NET Core installed. In this video I am showing how to create VM with MEAN stack installed, how to create an express app, and run it within 5 minutes.

You can follow the series by subscribing to my channel or going directly to Azure Portal Tips & Tricks playlist:

If you have any suggestions or questions about the Azure Portal, or there is something in particular that you would like to see in this series, tweet me at @JakubJedryszek or leave a comment.


Azure Portal – the largest Single Page App in the World

Azure Portal - dashboard

Last week I had a pleasure to attend and present the Azure Portal insights at the Visual Studio Live conference in Redmond.

Throughout the conference, 5 sessions were being presented simultaneously, and 1 session was being streamed live. My session was chosen to be streamed live, and is now available on channel9:


I updated this session since the last time when I presented it at NDC London. I restructured it, added more demos, and new section with performance tips&tricks that you can apply in your project. I encourage you to check it out!

I received a lot of great feedback after my session:

Visual Studio Live session feedback (Hanselman)

Visual Studio Live session feedback

Now, I am waiting for YOUR feedback. Leave it in comments or tweet me at @JakubJedryszek. What did you like, what did you not like, what would you like to see that I haven’t show?

You can also check out other recorded sessions from VSLive at channel9.

I really enjoyed this conference. I had opportunity to meet many interesting people with passion in Software Development. From marketing people, through Software Developers, to CEOs and CTOs.

Interesting fact I learned from two gentlemen working as Software Engineers at Panama Canal: it cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to cross the Panama Canal once!

Panama Canal


Azure Portal Tips & Tricks – 19. Configure web monitoring with App Insights

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks is a series of short videos where I am showing various features of the Azure Portal and how you can take advantage of them to be more productive.

In this video I am showing how to configure App Insights monitoring for your web app (that not necessarily has to be hosted on Azure).

You can follow the series by subscribing to my channel or going directly to Azure Portal Tips & Tricks playlist:

If you have any suggestions or questions about the Azure Portal, or there is something in particular that you would like to see in this series, tweet me at @JakubJedryszek or leave a comment.


Azure Portal Tips & Tricks – 18. App Service Plans explained

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks is a series of short videos where I am showing various features of the Azure Portal and how you can take advantage of them to be more productive.

Azure App Service plans allow you to save money on Azure. In this video I am explaining how App Service plans work, and how to scale it on the Azure Portal.

You can follow the series by subscribing to my channel or going directly to Azure Portal Tips & Tricks playlist:

If you have any suggestions or questions about the Azure Portal, or there is something in particular that you would like to see in this series, tweet me at @JakubJedryszek or leave a comment.