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By default, the Azure Static Web Apps environments are publicly accessible. Microsoft is soon making these environments secure by introducing an option to set a password to it. Once added, visitors will require to enter that password before viewing the app.

 

Password protection is a user-friendly feature that provides a low level of security. It can be used in addition to Static Web Apps Authentication. To learn how to enable password protection on your Azure Static Web Apps environments, continue reading further.

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Azure has made tremendous growth in the last decade. This is due to the rapid cloud adoption by various enterprises and organizations around the world. When cloud expenses increase, it becomes difficult to track and understand the utilization of Azure Resources. Lack of proper documentation leads to many problems as mentioned. Nevertheless, preparing documentation itself turns into a tedious task due to the multi-tenant architecture of Azure.

 

Here comes the CloudDocs in Serverless360, an Azure documentation generator to solve challenges in documenting Azure Subscription. This article will give you an overview of what is CloudDocs and its benefits.

Published by on under Azure | Azure DevOps

Private Endpoints enables you to consume your app through a specific IP address located in your Azure Virtual Network (VNet), eliminating exposure to the public internet. Microsoft now made the announcement of Azure App Service support for Private Endpoints generally available.

 

From now onwards, you can use Private Endpoints in all Azure public regions for both Windows and Linux apps. Continue reading to know more about what you can achieve with it.

Published by on under Azure | Azure Portal

Do you know that you can logically organize your Azure resources by category? Once you login to Microsoft Azure portal, you can categorize them by using Tags. Tags enable you to retrieve related resources from different Resource Groups.

 

To know how to organize Azure resources using tags, let's discuss this in today's post as part of my Azure Tips and Tricks series.

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Have you heard about Global Directory and Subscription Filter on the Microsoft Azure Portal? This filter allows you to select a set of Azure Subscriptions and save them as default Azure subscriptions. Using this, you will be able to better manage your resources online.

 

If you didn't hear about this subscription filtering yet, we are going to quickly discuss about it in today's Azure Tips and Tricks post.

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If you are using Microsoft Azure Portal, you may already know how to change the theme of the portal. This can be done from the Azure Portal Settings itself, which provides you four different themes at this moment.

 

But, do you know that you can easily switch from one theme to the other without navigating to the portal settings? In this quick tip, we are going to discuss about it.

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Microsoft Azure allows you to easily move Azure Resources from one Subscription to the other, if they are under the same account. You can use the Azure Portal to quickly perform this operation. Today, in this article we will learn how to do this.

 

Just follow the step-by-step process mentioned in this article to move Azure Resources from one subscription to the other.

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