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What’s new for container identity

Identity is a crucial component of any application. Whether you’re authenticating users on a web app or trying to query data from a back-end server, chances are you’ll need to integrate with an identity provider. Containerized applications are no exception, ... continue reading
Improved branch office support for shielded VMs in Windows Server, version 1709

Improved branch office support for shielded VMs in Windows Server, version 1709

First published on TECHNET on Nov 15, 2017 Companies with large branch offices often must make a tradeoff between user experience and security. To increase employee productivity, it may make sense to deploy replicas of certain applications like Active Directory ... continue reading

Frequently Asked Questions About HGS Certificates

First published on TECHNET on Oct 09, 2017 The Host Guardian Service uses public key cryptography extensively to protect shielded VMs from attackers. Any time certificates with public-private key pairs come into play, there are bound to be many questions ... continue reading
Leverage PowerShell Just Enough Administration for your Helpdesk

Leverage PowerShell Just Enough Administration for your Helpdesk

First published on TECHNET on Apr 24, 2017 [Today's guest post was authored by Dan Cuomo based on a real-world application of JEA] Hi Folks -- Platforms PFE Dan Cuomo here to talk about one method to enable the use ... continue reading
Shielded VMs: A conceptual review of the components and steps necessary to deploy a guarded fabric

Shielded VMs: A conceptual review of the components and steps necessary to deploy a guarded fabric

First published on TECHNET on Mar 14, 2017 [This post was authored by Dean Wells, Principal Program Manager on the Windows Server team] If you're anything like me, you probably find it immensely helpful having an end-to-end conceptual view of ... continue reading

Step by Step: Creating a JEA endpoint for DNS management

First published on TECHNET on Mar 07, 2017 Just Enough Administration (JEA) provides a way for administrators to delegate certain admin tasks to non-administrators using PowerShell. Unlike some of the other built-in delegation solutions in Windows, JEA is not tied ... continue reading
Branch office HGS configuration diagram

Improved branch office support for shielded VMs in Windows Server, version 1709

Companies with large branch offices often must make a tradeoff between user experience and security. To increase employee productivity, it may make sense to deploy replicas of certain applications like Active Directory Domain Controllers or file servers in a branch ... continue reading

Frequently Asked Questions About HGS Certificates

The Host Guardian Service uses public key cryptography extensively to protect shielded VMs from attackers. Any time certificates with public-private key pairs come into play, there are bound to be many questions about how to properly set up and protect ... continue reading
Delivering Safer Apps with Windows Server 2016 and Docker Enterprise Edition

Delivering Safer Apps with Windows Server 2016 and Docker Enterprise Edition

Windows Server 2016 and Docker Enterprise Edition are revolutionizing the way Windows developers can create, deploy, and manage their applications on-premises and in the cloud. Microsoft and Docker are committed to providing secure containerization technologies and enabling developers to implement ... continue reading
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Leverage PowerShell Just Enough Administration for your Helpdesk

[Today’s guest post was authored by Dan Cuomo based on a real-world application of JEA] Hi Folks — Platforms PFE Dan Cuomo here to talk about one method to enable the use of Just Enough Administration for your helpdesk administrators ... continue reading