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Demystifying cloud economics

Migrating to the cloud is an evolution, and it's important to think differently about how you consume resources. As you're building a business case in your organization, it's critical to step back and understand the cloud's key constructs and transform ... continue reading

E-commerce on Azure increases security with Payment Card Industry Three-Domain Secure compliance

More customers than ever are shopping from home in the current health environment, and companies are responding by rapidly deploying cloud-based e-commerce solutions. Azure is helping these companies meet their customers' needs with robust, customizable, and scalable e-commerce solutions that ... continue reading
Real people. IT professionals build and maintain the LinkedIn server farm which operates on 100% renewable energy. Power is hydro-generated and managed efficiently on-site with minimum new draw from external grid. State-of-the-art facility uses eco-friendly solutions such as using reclaimed water to cool the data center.

Securing Azure datacenters with continuous IoT/OT monitoring

As more intelligent devices and machinery become connected to the internet, Operational Technology (OT) and the Internet of Things (IoT) have become part of your enterprise network infrastructure—and a growing security risk. With every new factory sensor, wind turbine monitoring ... continue reading
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Managing Hybrid Runbook Worker At Scale

Hello readers , The Azure Automation question of today is: how can we manage (registration or de-registration) the Hybrid Runbook Workers (HRW) at scale? In this automated world, it is fool to think that we need to go each computer ... continue reading
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Integration with Service Manager

<Posting on behalf of Cireson> Cireson has been innovating in the System Center community for almost a decade. First starting with extending System Center Service Manager by bringing the best features to the web and by adding capabilities requested by ... continue reading
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Advancing global network reliability through intelligent software—part 1 of 2

“Microsoft’s global network connects over 60 Azure regions, over 220 Azure data centers, over 170 edge sites, and spans the globe with more than 165,000 miles of terrestrial and subsea fiber. The global network connects to the rest of the ... continue reading
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Microsoft Defender for Identity – Azure ATP Deployment and Troubleshooting

Hi IT Pros, Recently, I searched the internet and could not find the document for Microsoft Defender for Identity (Azure ATP) Setup and Troubleshooting. So, I prepared this document for our convenient reference and deployment in the future. Please check ... continue reading

Scaling Microsoft Kaizala on Azure

This post was co-authored by Anubhav Mehendru, Group Engineering Manager, Kaizala. Mobile-only workers depend on Microsoft Kaizala—a simple and secure work management and mobile messaging app—to get the work done. Since COVID-19 has forced many of us to work from ... continue reading
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Check out the Azure Stack Hardware AR Experience

As you know, Microsoft Ignite 2020 has gone virtual this year. We have some great sessions, engagement options, the Cloud Skills Challenge, and much more for you. However, one part I would have missed this year would have been the ... continue reading

Configuring backup storage redundancy in Azure SQL

Database backups are an essential part of any business continuity and disaster recovery strategy, because they protect your data from corruption or deletion. In Azure SQL there are two types of automated backups that customers can use for restoring their ... continue reading