Information about Drupal 10, has a release around June 2022. Link below to a blog by Dries Buytaert, talking about what is new to Drupal 10, what is going to happen with Drupal 9, has an end-of-life date in November 2023

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For this post, I going to talk about a new service from Microsoft Azure Cloud, called Bicep, currently in preview. Bicep is a language for deploying Azure resources. You can use Bicep instead of JSON for developing your Azure Resource Manager templates (ARM templates).  Example of the differences from Bicep to JSON is below, when it comes to author a expressions, also declares a variables in Bicep.

To author an expression, and declare a variables in Microsoft Bicep:


                Bicep, you would write “func()”

                JSON, you would write "[func()]"


                Bicep, to declare a variable you would write “var demoVar = 'example value'

                JSON, to declare a variable you would write "variables": {"demoVar": "example value"},


Remember Bicep simplifies the coding experience by providing concise syntax, better support for code reuse, and improved type safety. Also Bicep is a domain-specific language (DSL), which means it's designed for a particular scenario or domain. Three link below with more information about s Microsoft Azure Cloud, Bicep


Information on Microsoft Azure Cloud Bicep language, link below.

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Website comparing JSON and Bicep for templates, link below.

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Azure Bicep demo, from October 2020, link below to a video.

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Information on how to run SQL assessment checks in Azure SQL. SQL Assessment API provides a mechanism to evaluate the configuration of your SQL Server for best practices. The API is delivered with a rule set containing best practice rules suggested by SQL Server Team. The rules are designed for customization and extensible. Microsoft's rule set is designed to work for most environments. Users can write their own JSON files and customize existing rules or add new ones. link below.


Link below to a website, with a video.

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Today I want to share this blog I found, on one of Microsoft’s website.  Users can now unify hybrid and multi cloud IT operations with Microsoft Azure Arc.  Remember Microsoft Azure Arc is a set of technologies that unlocks new on-premises, hybrid, and multi cloud scenarios for Users by extending Azure services and management to any infrastructure, link below to blog with more information.

Click here for a Microsoft website with more information.