User Flows in Azure AD B2C

In the previous blogs we saw how to provision Azure AD B2C and then how to register a new application in it. A User flow is the most important part of B2C, it enables you to modify and control what happens in the authentication, starting from what sign page your customer will be using, it’s […]

Configuring Azure Active Directory B2C

Azure Active Directory is an Active Directory and much much more, one thing that I came to know and loved is B2C (Business to Consumer) identity as a service. What it provides is authentication to your application by using either Azure Active Directory or any social provider like Facebook, Google. Twitter and more. To help […]

Provisioning Azure SQL Database

This is a part of a series “Stairway to being an Azure SQL DBA“, in which I am planning to cover everything related to working as an Azure SQL DBA. Till now we have seen the differences between different SQL Server offerings in Azure and now we know that Azure SQL Database is the lightest […]

Elastic Pool: When to use it

This is a part of a Series “Stairway to being an Azure SQL DBA“, in which I am planning to cover everything related to working as an Azure SQL DBA. In the previous two blogs about Elastic Pool we discussed about the concept of Elastic Pool, and also the implementation. In this blog we’ll see […]

Elastic Pools: How to implement it?

This is a part of a Series “Stairway to being an Azure SQL DBA“, in which I am planning to cover everything related to working as an Azure SQL DBA. Once you know what it is an Elastic Pool and have decided to implement it, the first thing to create is a SQL Server resource, […]

Single Database vs Elastic Pool

This is a part of a Series “Stairway to being an Azure SQL DBA“, in which I am planning to cover everything related to working as an Azure SQL DBA. As we saw in the last blog DTU vs vCore there are different costing options available for PaaS SQL Servers, and the number of resources […]

DTU vs vCore in Azure SQL Database

This is a part of a Series “Stairway to being an Azure SQL DBA“, in which I am planning to cover everything related to working as an Azure SQL DBA. When creating an Azure SQL Database, which as you might already know is a PaaS service, (if you don’t know what it is I’ll suggest […]

SQL Server: IaaS vs PaaS

This is a part of a Series “Stairway to being an Azure SQL DBA“, in which I am planning to cover everything related to working as an Azure SQL DBA. Starting with a diagram that you must have seen multiple times before. When talking about above picture and considering we are specifically concentrating on SQL […]