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Networking in Red Hat OpenShift for Windows

Hello again, Today we will be drilling into a more complex topic following the introduction to Red Hat OpenShift for Windows on premises two weeks ago. We will expand into the networking layer of the architecture that we have chosen ... continue reading

Best practices for naming your Microsoft Azure resources

When talking about Cloud infrastructure, you might have come across the phrase “Pets versus cattle.” It appeared around 2012 when Bill Baker used it to differentiate between servers that can never be down and servers that are easily replaceable (e.g ... continue reading
Azure Pipelines extension for Visual Studi Code

New Azure Pipelines announcements – VS Code extension, GitHub Releases, and more

Since we launched Azure Pipelines in September, we’ve seen strong growth in adoption of our cloud hosted build and deployment service. We’re also learning from many of the open source projects on GitHub starting to take advantage of unlimited build ... continue reading
Screenshot of Key Vault references for Application Settings (now in public preview)

Azure.Source – Volume 60

Now in preview Simplifying security for serverless and web apps with Azure Functions and App Service New security features for Azure App Service and Azure Functions reduce the amount of code you need to work with identities and secrets under ... continue reading
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How to Run scripts on Azure Virtual Machines with the Run Command

I often need to run a simple task or retrieve information from an Azure VM. Most of the time I want to do so without creating an RDP or SSH session, exposing a WinRM or SSH port, and in some ... continue reading
Infrastructure + Security: Noteworthy News (November, 2018)

Infrastructure + Security: Noteworthy News (November, 2018)

Hi there! This is Stanislav Belov here, and you are reading the next issue of the Infrastructure + Security: Noteworthy News series! As a reminder, the Noteworthy News series covers various areas, to include interesting news, announcements, links, tips and ... continue reading

Three reasons why Windows Server and SQL Server customers continue to choose Azure

For the past 25 years, companies of every size have trusted Windows Server and SQL Server to run their business-critical workloads. In fact, more than 70 percent of on-premises server workloads today run on Windows Server1. As more customers use ... continue reading
Architecture of cloud-edge consistent confidential computing framework showing where the Open Enclave API and abstraction fits in intelligent edge scenarios based on Azure IoT Edge. Open Enclave API offers the interface between TEE and a non-TEE environment commonly known as the Rich Execution Environment (REE). Underneath the Open Enclave API, adopters have the option of choosing Open Enclave SDK or an equivalent implementation from a third party offering.

Azure.Source – Volume 59

Now in preview Simplifying confidential computing: Azure IoT Edge security with enclaves – Public preview Azure IoT Edge is a fully managed service that delivers cloud intelligence locally by deploying Azure AI, Azure services, and custom logic directly on edge ... continue reading
Take a Deep Dive with this SQL Server 2017 Administration Ebook #SQL #SQL2017 #Azure #dba

Take a Deep Dive with this SQL Server 2017 Administration Ebook #SQL #SQL2017 #Azure #dba

Introduction The velocity of change for the Microsoft SQL Server DBA has increased this decade. The span between the releases of SQL Server 2016 and 2017 was only 16 months, the fastest new release ever. Gone are the days when ... continue reading
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