If you are looking to improve performance on your website, this will automatically convert the images on your site to the more efficient WebP format. This will help with Google Lighthouse scores (especially in solving the “Serve images in next-gen format” issue).
Next, you’ll get a request to either install suggested plugins or select plugins as desired. I recommend going through and selecting the plugins desired to keep the installation minimal. Remove anything from the list that you may not need (such as Subversion). You can always add plugins later if you find you need.
After that, create an admin user for yourself, and you’ll be ready to get started!
After you’ve finished setting up Jenkins, a few next steps would be:
When trying to copy a database with Always Encrypted data (say, to a different environment), you’ll generally want to recycle the Column Master Key used to match the vault stored in the same Azure resource group. This takes a little bit of work to do:
You’ll need to have the following software installed:
You’ll also need to make sure the database you’re copying from has a key that already exists. Run the following query on your newly copied database:
select * from sys.column_master_keys
And then check to see if the key exists in the appropriate vault:
az keyvault key show --id KEY_PATH
If it exists, you’ll be able to copy the database over without issue.
Create a new key in the Key Vault:
az keyvault key create --name Always-Encrypted-Auto1 --vault-name VAULT_NAME
Next, create a new Column Master Key, using the created key above.
With two CMKs, rotate the initial CMK (using credentials from the source key vault, and then the destination key vault).
Normal OrderCreated 27s cert-manager Created Order resource "tls-secret-3300974441"
Normal CertIssued 3s (x2 over 20m) cert-manager Certificate issued successfully
Normal OrderComplete 3s cert-manager Order "tls-secret-3300974441" completed successfully