Category: Azure

VNET connection between Azure Function or App Service stops working – Service Association Links

Azure Benjamin Perkins

I have this Azure Function that is integrated with an Azure Virtual Network, using Regional integration as shown in Figure 1.  Where Regional VNET Integration is ARM based and the resources are located in the same Azure region.  The other type of VNET integration is uses the classic integration method or if you need to […]

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WEBSITE_VNET_ROUTE_ALL and Azure Functions

Azure Benjamin Perkins

This would apply to Azure App Services too. This is an interesting feature.  To me it resembles or provides the ability to force tunnel.  The implementations of forced tunneling I have seen have typically been configured using route tables.  Where the route table is a matrix of IP addresses (see Figure 6) that instructs TCP […]

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Where are my Azure Functions, disappeared

Azure Functions Benjamin Perkins

Which way did he go George, which way did he go? (*) When you create an Azure Function App, a requirement to complete the operation is the selection or creation of an Azure Storage Account where the content (code, json, etc…), required to run the Azure Functions are to be stored. Make sure the Storage […]

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Named Pipes and Azure App Services

Azure App Service Benjamin Perkins

According to this “Operating system functionality on Azure App Service” and my interpretation, it means if you attempt to use named pipes (*)(*) for anything other than inter-process communications (*) that it will not work. I was coding some stuff and was getting these errors: SqlException: A network-related or instance-specific error occurred while establishing a […]

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