In my previous post I talked about integrating Azure MySQL with a PHP webapp. Today we’ll elaborate on that one a bit further and see how we can setup CodeIgniter to use the Azure MySQL.
Prep the webapp
First thing, set all your database variables as app settings (read: environment variables) ;
That’s it as preparation 😉
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When you deploy a MySQL in Azure, you should know that by default this enforces the usage of SSL on your connection.
And this is for due reason! You really do not want to create your database connection unencrypted. Though this is something that comes as something new to most PHP deployments, so let’s take a look at how to tackle this!
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Today’s post is a brief one… Though it packs some punch! In the past I talked about storage patterns for docker/containers. Today we’ll touch how you can leverage the Azure File Storage as a shared & persistent storage for your container deployments. Kubernetes has been gaining a lot of traction, and that one has support for the Azure File Storage as a persistent volume too.
Want to run this yourself? Check out the following GitHub repository!
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