Tag Archives: azure

Security aspects when moving to the public cloud – PaaS

So this is a follow-up on my previous blogpost on Security Aspects on public cloud –> http://msandbu.org/security-aspects-when-moving-to-the-public-cloud-iaas/ in this blog post I will focus more on what security aspects you ned to think about when considering using platform services. Platform services comes in different shapes and colours, but in the core essence you have a… Read More »

Security aspects when moving to the public cloud – IaaS

This is a follow-up from my earlier blogpost around –> http://msandbu.org/security-aspects-when-moving-to-the-public-cloud/ and the purpose about this post is highlighting the security aspects on IaaS services. with IaaS we have the capabilities to provision a set of virtual machines and have different supporting services around it. The purpose of this post is going to be focusing… Read More »

Test run of Teradici Cloud Access Software on Azure N-series

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that they were partnering with Teradici on their N-series virtual machine instances in Azure, which I’ve blogged about previously here –> http://msandbu.org/n-series-testing-in-microsoft-azure-with-nvidia-with-k80/ Teradici are the creators behind the  PCoIP protocol, which its often leveraged in VMware Horizon View and supported by multple thin client vendors, which in most cases are… Read More »

Delivering XenDesktop from Microsoft Azure using Azure Resource Manager

Last week, Citrix announced support for Microsoft Azure Resource Manager in XenDesktop. As of now this feature is only available in Citrix Cloud. Because Citrix has the common policy that features comes in Cloud first then on the on-premises deployment. Using Azure Resource manager the setup has been simplified alot!  My lab is quite simple… Read More »