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What is AIOps and why should I care?

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A lot of buzz these days from Gartner and many of the cloud providers and even now the APM vendors as well is pushing into the market. To be honest it took me some time to understand what AIOps actually was and what…

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Protection Against Ransomware Attacks

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UPDATE Post: 27/10/2020 The featured picture here is taken from a enviroment I worked on, where attackers had compromised a set of publicly available servers in Azure trough a known vulnerability in Jenkins. Where the attackers got access to a public facing VM and…

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Azure Log Analytics Data Export

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One of the new features which has been introduced in preview now is Azure Monitor Log Analytics data export. This allows (As it’s being collected), data from selected tables in your Log Analytics workspace can be continuously exported to an Azure storage account hourly…

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Windows Virtual Desktop Traffic Flow and GPU Workloads

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One of the things I always consider when looking to solve a specific problem is what kind of tools is best suited for the job. Not always trying to push the same solution to every problem, issue or challenges that the customers are…

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Zero-trust with Cloudflare Access and Azure Active Directory

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One of the cool things with Azure Active Directory is the risk indicators that can be collected into from different systems such as Identity Protection, Intune, Azure ATP and Defender ATP. With this information collected it means that systems that integrate into Conditional…

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Running Terraform as part of VMware Cloud Automation

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As part of the latest version of VMware Cloud Automation it does now support Terraform as a resource and allows you do map directly to TF files and runtime within VMware Cloud Automation. VMware Cloud Automation consists of three products. Cloud Assembly, Service…

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Continuous access evaluation with Azure Active Directory

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For sometime Microsoft has had a feature called Continuous access evaluation in Preview as part of Azure Active Directory. Which allows Conditional Access Policies and User Changes be evaluated in realtime compared to the traditional lifetime of a token. Just to illustrate. When a…

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Azure Administrative Units and MyStaff for delegated management

When migrating from Active Directory to Azure Active Directory you move an essentially from a tree based structure where you might have multiple domains, forest and a large OU structure to more a flat tenant structure within Azure Active Directory. This means that…

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Integration Azure Defender with Google Cloud and AWS and Cloud Security Posture Management systems

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During Ignite Microsoft released a new set of Cloud integrations from Azure Defender to AWS and Google Cloud. This provides the following advantages when connecting Azure Defender to the different cloud providers. Automatic agent provisioning (Defender uses Azure Arc to deploy the Log Analytics agent…

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Microsoft Tunnel – What is it and how to set it up

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Microsoft tunnel is a new feature which was released during Microsoft Ignite 2020. Tunnel is a VPN gateway solution for Microsoft Intune. The tunnel allows access to on-premises resources from iOS/iPadOS and Android Enterprise devices using modern authentication and Conditional Access. As shown…

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