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Optimise the performance and cost of Your Azure Resources as an Azure Administrator.

As an Azure Administrator, you must optimize your Azure environment to ensure your resources perform optimally.
I’ll give a few strategies for improving your Azure infrastructure in this blog post:

1. Improve Resource Utilization
Azure offers various tools for resource optimization, including Azure Advisor and Azure Cost Management.
As an Azure Administrator, you should utilize these tools to find resource optimization and

cost reduction possibilities.
For instance, you might be able to locate storage accounts or unused virtual machines
that can be combined or removed.

2. Make use of Azure Services
Azure offers various services that may be utilized to improve your environment, such as load balancers, auto-scaling, and caching. As a Microsoft Azure Administrator,
You should use these services to guarantee that your resources are working optimally.
You might be able to utilize Azure Load Balancer, for example, to split traffic over numerous virtual machines
to increase performance and stability.

3. Monitor Performance
Monitoring performance is critical for discovering obstacles and other issues affecting the operation of your
Azure resources. Azure offers many performance monitoring tools, including Azure Monitor and Azure Application
Insights. As an Azure Administrator, you should deploy these tools to monitor and manage the performance of your
For example, you may be able to identify a virtual machine with excessive CPU utilization and reduce the virtual machine’s size to enhance efficiency.

4. Make Use of Automation
Automation is essential to optimize Azure resources, ensuring they perform optimally.
Azure PowerShell and Azure CLI are two technological solutions for automating typical activities.
You should implement these tools as an Azure Administrator to automate typical activities and decrease human work.
For example, you may be skilled in automating virtual machine deployment or networking configuration.

5. Troubleshoot Issues
Though with careful planning and optimization, issues and challenges in your Azure environment may develop.
An Azure Administrator must be capable of dealing with difficulties promptly and efficiently.

Azure provides many troubleshooting tools, including Azure Log Analytics and Azure Network Watcher.
As an Azure Administrator, you should leverage these tools to diagnose issues and discover root causes.

Wrap up

In conclusion, optimizing your Azure environment is vital to guarantee that your resources are performing optimally.
You can ensure that your Azure environment is optimized for performance and reliability by managing resource
utilization, using Azure services, monitoring performance, leveraging automation, and troubleshooting issues.

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How To Become a Good Front-End Web Developer?

Front End Developer Guide

Learn how you can become a Front end developer in 30 Days.​

I started my web development journey back in 2015. I have always wanted to be a full-stack developer. I made the mistake of learning all the technologies simultaneously, which was a bad idea. This only confused me more, and I couldn’t build up the confidence to start doing projects alone.

Just so we are clear, let’s understand who is a front-end developer and how it differs from a back-end developer role.

Imagine Every Website or web application has two major parts.

First is the data users see when they open up your Website. When someone loads your Website, they see the pages, the images, the navigation, the fonts, the layout and the functionalities offered on the Website. This is called UI/UX or user experience. A front-end developer‘s first work order is to develop the UI/UX of the Website through which the ease of interaction of end-users can be maximised.

On the other hand, we have Back-end developers. These people develop and design the server-side application. Their primary responsibilities are to store, create, update, and delete the data and make it available for reading by the front-end developers. 

Now anyone who dedicates 4-5 hours every day for 30 Days can get a good grip on the essential front-end technologies that are the ground on which other front-end technologies are built.

Imagine the Website to be a human. In a human, there are four major parts, the skin, the bones, the muscles and the brain.

Back-end developers work entirely on the brain, while front-end developers work on the rest.

The Important Technologies you need to master as a front-end developer are – HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, JS, JQuery, REST APIs and some Graphic Design. 

Here I will make a compressive Plan on how you can get started with these technologies, and at the end, I will add some Recommendations from my personal experience; please don’t miss that.

Days 1 to 3 – Download any Text editor like Brackets and Start by going through the W3Schools HTML course. This Website will give you a firm grasp of HTML. Every Website built today uses HTML, so it is a fundamental concept.

Day 4 Project – On this Day, I want you to make a very simple-looking website on your local machine. Create 4 Pages – Home, Coantct Page, About Page and service page with different HTML Elements. And save this Project for later. Now I want you not to fuss about too much detailing or styling; we will add it later.

Day 5 – 10- This is where the fun begins. Go through W3Schools CSS  Tutorial. I want you to remember to understand the concepts and make notes. If you don’t understand some ideas, go to youtube and look them up. Remember not to Overburden yourself trying to remember things by heart. You will always have references to go back to.

Day 11- Important: Make a copy of your Project, and in one of those copies,  make your Website Responsive and Add styling to it that you learnt in the CSS course.

Day 12 – 14 – Go through the Bootstrap Tutorial and SKIMP through the concepts. Bootstrap is the most popular CSS library used by every significant Website you can find worldwide. I want you to skim through it because if you know CSS by now, Bootrsap will be a piece of cake, and you can always go back to the internet to refer to the exact Syntax.

Day 15 – Now, take another copy of the Website you created on Day 11, and apply the Bootstrap library to make it responsive. 

Day 16 – 17- I assume you have some programming knowledge. You should skim the JavaScript Language for a few Days W3Schhols JS here. Just do the JavaScript Tutorial Section. Don’t try to start coding in JS just yet or try to master it. You must focus on Syntax and the difference between JS and other languages. THAT IS IT.

Day 18-20: Start with JavaScript DOM and pay more attention. Now you can start coding and apply some of these concepts to your Website Project.

Day 20-25: CODE CODE CODE!!! Start with Jquery here and try to implement everything you learn in your Website Project. This is why it is the most extended time of this course. The JQuery tutorial is relatively tiny, but this is the tool you need to have the most practical grip on, and while doing this tutorial, you will understand why. You will also thank me for not letting you waste your time on things that would have been useless to you in real life.

Day 26-29: In JQuery Tutorial, You will have learnt to call and receive the JSON Data and Put it on your website. Now please do it on your website project. Spend some time Understanding JSON and implementing the APIs on your website. I could give you a list of APIs here, but you must find it independently. But to help you out, here are some ideas, 

  • Implement Google Maps
  • Implement Any NEWS APIs on your website
  • Implement a weather App API on your website.

Comment below if you need any help.

Day 30: Now that you are familiar with the significant concepts any Front-end developer needs to understand, You must learn about the best practices. A front-end developer should keep the front-end part of the website small in size so that the website can load fast. Most of the time, the most critical files on websites are media files. These include images, videos and other forms of media. Go Through these videos to understand how to keep the image size small without sacrificing quality and what tools you need.


Ideas to make this process as fast and fruitful as possible:
  • Do not spend too much time trying to program in JavaScript. If you know a programming language and do not wish to become a JavaScript Developer, learn the syntax and Spend more of your time with JavaScript DOM concepts.
  • JSON, REST APIS and JQuery are the essential skills you need to create any website you want.
  • If you find certain concepts of CSS or HTML complicated, try looking them up on youtube or skip them for now. Usually, when you understand different ideas, the past ones become clearer.
  • Do not get hooked on any particular technology. You aim to become a good front-end developer and not to do a PhD in any of these technologies.
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Should you choose Cloud DevOps Engineer Or Solution Architect as a career?

DevOps vs Soultion Architect

Are you wondering if you should choose DevOps as your career path or Solution Architect?

When starting or switching to a career in the cloud as a fresher, people usually come across many career paths to create or advance their careers. Two of the most popular yet rewarding are DevOps engineering and Solution Architect. Though both roles are part of every cloud-based organisation, they are entirely different regarding their day-to-day responsibilities.

In this post, we will look at how these fields are different, what roles and responsibilities they come with and analyze what would be best for you. 

All About DevOps and DevSecOps Engineers.

DevOps Or DevSecOps comprises words – Development, Security and Operations. (Note: With the rise of cloud computing, security has also been added as a prerequisite to the role of DevOps. We will get to it soon.)

As the name suggests, a DevOps Engineer’s first order of business is combining, communicating and organising Development and Operations based on the Cloud Infrastructure of any organisation. 

To understand the role of DevOps better, let’s ask ourselves a few questions.

Why do we need DevOps Engineers?

Traditionally, large IT organisations have a Development Team responsible for developing and updating any Application. Then they have an Operations Team, which maintains the Application’s stability on the Cloud or on-premise servers.

Developers are responsible for pushing new updates for the Application. At the same time, the Operation team ensures that the Application is running smoothly by ensuring the Infrastructure that holds the Application is functioning and configured correctly.

The developers have little to no knowledge about the configurations of the IT infrastructure in Large Organisations. [Any popular App needs thousands of resources to run smoothly, and every developer can’t catch up with all the configuration and changes made in the resources daily as they have their responsibilities]

If the developers wish to roll out updates continuously, which is the demand of modern-day technology, the Operation team would have to keep the Infrastructure updated per the new requirements of the updated application. Apart from this, the developers also need to be made aware of the cloud infrastructure that runs the application so that they can make the application better. 

To ensure that developers and operations can work together effectively to roll out continuous updates and keep the Cloud Infrastructure stable, the role of DevOps Engineer came into Picture.

Roles and Responsibility of DevOps Engineer.

As we discussed above, a DevOps engineer works as a  medium between the Development Team and the Operations Team to ensure continuous updates can be rolled out for the application without compromising the stability of the IT or Cloud infrastructure. This is known as CI/CD or continuous integration and continuous delivery/continuous deployment.

DevOps engineers use various tools to automate the process and implement policies to accomplish their tasks.

What do you need to learn to start your Career in DevOps successfully?

No matter which public or private cloud you choose to work on, as a DevOps engineer, you come across various tools utilised across all the major cloud platforms. These include Git, Slack, Docker, Ansible, Puppet, Chef, Jenkins and much more. There are many certifications available that can help you start your career in the field of Devops. Every major public cloud platform have their dedicated certifications. AWS DevOps, MS Azure Az-400, GCP-Professional Cloud DevOps Engineer

To properly be able to utilise these tools, you should have some basic understanding of scripting, bashing, system administration and networking.

Now the Important question is, How much will you make as a DevOps Engineer?

In the US, Europe and other western countries, an Avg DevOps Engineer with 3 Years of experience can expect around $90,000 to $ 130,000.

While In India, Bangladesh and newly industrialised countries, the average salary of a DevOps engineer after 3 Years of experience can vary from INR 9,00,000 to 15,00,000 in most organisations.

All About Solution Architects.

To Simply put, a Solution Architect is someone who plans and overlooks the implementation and functioning of the Entire Cloud or IT Infrastructure of an Organisation. They provide the vision of future technology infrastructure upgrades and solve business problems.

It is their responsibility to manage the IT Blueprint of the organisation and define every policy that should be considered to implement the IT infrastructure architecture.

Usually, Solution Architects are people with at least 5 Years of experience working in various positions like Administration, Monitoring and IT. Solution Architects can be considered the head of It infrastructure, so they must have a long experience working with many different technologies.

Responsibilities and tasks of a Solution Architect.

Your day-to-day tasks as a solutions architect may include the following, depending on the company you work for and the project you’re working on:

  • Making recommendations and creating road maps for proposed solutions
  • Solution design, debugging, and performance analysis
  • Documenting and disseminating best practices for new solutions
  • Advocating for process improvements and assisting in the development of solutions
  • Communicating new features and benefits to partners, customers, and other stakeholders regularly
  • Providing technical leadership to a team throughout the lifecycle of a project
  • Creating proof-of-concept projects to test your proposed solutions
  • reviewing and validating other team members’ solution designs
How Much will you Earn as an Solution Architect?

The Abg Salary of a Solution Architect can range between $130,000 – $ 250,000 in Western countries and INR 18,00,000 –  INR 28,00,000 in a mid-size Indian Company.

What is the difference between a DevOps Engineer and Solutions Architect, and what should You Choose?

By now, you will completely understand the roles, responsibilities and requirements for DevOps and Solution Architects.

There is no definitive answer to it as both careers are rewarding, and the pay at a senior level is almost comparable. Although the Avg Salary of a Solution Architect is comparatively more than a DevOps engineer, it usually takes a person 5-10 years at minimum to get to the position of a solution architect. During these years of work in the cloud, people usually have to work longer hours and constantly keep changing their field of work.

If you find both of these roles interesting, then you can consider the following recommendations from my side to choose your field.

  1. Are you young and just starting? If you are a fresh graduate and just starting out your IT career, then you can consider going the long route to becoming a solution architect by working with a range of different technologies. 
  2. Do you already have a lot of experience in Cloud or server management? If so, you can take a solution architect certification and try to find a job.
  3. Are you good at scripting and bashing and want to be the master of your field fast? If this is you, then you should consider DevOps.
  4. Do you like to balance working in tech and working with people? Then DevOps could be a better choice for you,

In the end, both DevOps and Solution Architects are rewarding and challenging career paths to follow. Cloud is evolving fast, so there is nothing permanent here. People always have to keep themselves updated, and with the rise in the number of services available in popular public cloud platforms, more new roles are being added. Let me know in the comments below what you think is the future of cloud computing.

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