Connecting to an existing storage account that has only blob storage didn’t work, and I got the following (unhelpful) error message:
Failed to connect with the accountname storage account using credentials provided in the connection string.
In your Microsoft Azure Website configuration you must set a connection string named AzureWebJobsDashboard by using the following format DefaultEndpointsProtocol=https;AccountName=NAME;AccountKey=KEY pointing to the Microsoft Azure Storage account where the Microsoft Azure WebJobs Runtime logs are stored.
Solution: use a new general purpose storage account.
Ran into issues using the docker image for RabbitMQ on Azure.
$ sudo bash
$ cd /etc/docker/compose
$ docker-compose down
$ nano /etc/docker/compose/docker-compose.yml
# – RABBITMQ_NODENAME=qti-rabbitmq
$ docker-compose up -d
$ docker exec compose_rabbitmq_1 rabbitmq-plugins enable rabbitmq_management
$ docker exec compose_rabbitmq_1 rabbitmqctl status
Then, login in to the rabbitmq management page at http://[public-ip]:15672 with guest:guest