Author: Marius Sandbu

Windows Virtual Desktop – What is it actually and limitations


One of the other big announcements at Microsoft Ignite was the Azure Windows Virtual Desktop, which essentially seems to me as a DaaS (Desktop as a Service) offering on top of Microsoft Azure. So what is it actually and how does it compare…

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Security Graph API and getting alerts


The Security Graph API was released into GA yesterday at Microsoft Ignite, and is a subset of the Graph API which is collecting information from many different security products in the Microsoft Cloud (and now part of EMS package) Now if you are unfamliar…

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Announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2018

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After a pretty packed keynote, all the information from Microsoft started flowing out and we got bombarded with information about all the big announcements. So this is a summary of all the announcements so far. You can also get a compressed PDF file…

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Announcements from VMworld 2018


Looking back at VMworld 2018, it is interesting to see which route that VMware is moving towards. The last years VMware has been focusing a lot on the software-defined data center and the partnership with Amazon on delivering VMware on AWS, with the…

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Teradici and Google Cloud Platform with NVIDIA GPU


Two years ago I wrote an article about running Teradici’s Cloud Access Software on Microsoft Azure with the release of N-series instances ( now the issue with the N-series is that they don’t have the ability to provide SSD functionality, which was one…

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Walktrough of Nutanix Beam and features


Nutanix released their SaaS multi-cloud governance and cost optimization tool named Nutanix Beam back in May at Next earlier this year. Now for me personally I have always been a fan of Nutanix and therefore I’ve been paying close attention to their acquisitions lately…

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24 hours of network traffic analysis from Microsoft Azure


Did you know that your virtual machines are targeted for attacks before they actually come online? For virtual machines running on Microsoft Azure, you can notice quite fast when they are online and ports like 3389 / RDP is publically available you get…

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Microsoft Azure and Security Best Pratices – Part 2 Infrastructure

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This is the next post on my blog posts on Microsoft Azure and Security Best Practices, my first post focusing on Identity can be found here –> One of the main concerns about moving the workload to the public cloud is security, basically,…

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Study guide for Azure Certifications AZ-100 & AZ-101


A Couple of weeks ago I signed up for the new beta exams for Microsoft Azure, which are currently in Beta and was limited to a number amount of seats. So this post is more of a study guide I created for preparation for…

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