I had some difficulties when I migrated my blog to Hashnode. The instructions provided were clear, but due to some limitations with my provider, Amazon Route 53, the process became complicated for me. My provider doesn’t support CNAME flattening, which allows us to create a CNAME record at the root domain without violating the DNS specifications. That’s why I decided to document my migration and explain how I migrated my blog using Amazon Route 53 and Cloudflare.
When I first used Azure to create a virtual machine, I was confused by Azure resource groups. I didn’t understand why I needed it because it doesn’t exist in AWS! Resource groups are specific to Azure and critical to know. In this post, I’ll show you what resource group is, and we’ll deploy your first virtual machine. Let’s begin. Resource Before explaining what’s a resource group, I have to explain what’s a resource in Azure.