All posts by Cherokee Boose

Why Use Role Based Access Control in Azure?

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Have you ever had someone come along and interfere with your work?

Dealing with this sort of problem, whether intentional or accidental, can be a major buzzkill. Let me tell you about Carol from Finance. We all know Carol. She is constantly meddling in everyone’s business and reminding us how she saved nearly one hundred grand last year due to her savvy budgeting. Well, last night Carol decided it would be a great idea to turn off some Azure resources to help reduce the cloud bills. She powered off a VM that was temporarily serving as a SQL server during database migration. The next thing I know I’ve got tickets coming at me in every direction.

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How to Turn Your New Year’s Resolution into a SMART Goal

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I don’t know about you, but I have high expectations for 2020.   

I see this New Year as a great way to launch myself onto a trajectory for the decade to help facilitate my personal and professional aspirations.   

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Finding Community at Microsoft Ignite

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Microsoft Ignite is a special time of the year for Microsoft and Microsoft fans alike. Many new products, features, and updates are highlighted and demonstrated. Last year was my first year attending, and I left the event filled with so much knowledge and inspiration. This year, something unexpected happened. I still gained knowledge and inspiration, but this time it wasn’t about the shiny, new tech they were displaying. This year, I left the conference with a full heart stemming from another source.  

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