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Docker Host network alternatives for Windows containers

Docker Host network alternatives for Windows containers

One of the things I like to do on my spare time is browse around forums, such as Reddit, Stack Overflow, and others, to check on questions people have around Windows containers that are not showing up on comments or ... continue reading
The top technical skills for the modern IT Pro

The top technical skills for the modern IT Pro

There are many niche areas within infrastructure and security, but we find that most IT Pros have a very broad set of responsibilities, touching different products and tasks. If you’re working in a Microsoft-focussed environment, especially one that is using ... continue reading
Troubleshooting Windows containers apps on Azure Kubernetes Service

Troubleshooting Windows containers apps on Azure Kubernetes Service

Alright, it’s time to bring together everything we learned so far in this series. Previously, we looked at the simplest way to collect logs, how to use the Log Monitor tool, and how to make things simpler with Windows Admin ... continue reading
Using Windows Admin Center to troubleshoot applications on Windows Containers

Using Windows Admin Center to troubleshoot applications on Windows Containers

So far in this blog series, we’ve looked at the basics of troubleshooting applications on Windows containers as well as how to leverage the Log Monitor tool for that purpose. Today we’re going to start looking at ways to make ... continue reading
How to troubleshoot applications on Windows Containers with the Log Monitor tool

How to troubleshoot applications on Windows Containers with the Log Monitor tool

In my previous blog post, I showed how to manually troubleshoot Windows Containers by opening an interactive session to a container, running a PowerShell session, and using the Get-WinEvent cmdlet to view the application logs on the container instance. While ... continue reading
How to manually troubleshoot applications on Windows containers

How to manually troubleshoot applications on Windows containers

Developers are more and more creating applications on containers, and guess what? It’s still up to us – ITPros – to troubleshoot anything that happens in production. Containers are not VMs, so where to even start, you might ask. We’ll ... continue reading
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Private AKS and ACR Using Private Endpoint – Part 2/2

Introduction The objective of this tutorial is to create a private environment for AKS, ACR and a JumpBox VM. AKS and ACR will be accessible only through Private Endpoint. As of part 1, our VM did connect securely through Private ... continue reading
Deploy Bicep files by using GitHub Actions

Deploy Bicep files by using GitHub Actions

Recently, I did a live streaming session for the New York City Microsoft Reactor in which I took concepts from the Quickstart: Deploy Bicep files by using GitHub Actions doc and put them into action. In this session I create ... continue reading
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New Features of Windows Server 2022 Failover Clustering

Greetings again Windows Server and Failover Cluster fans!!  John Marlin here and I own the Failover Clustering feature within the Microsoft product team.  In this blog, I will be giving an overview of the new features in Windows Server 2022 ... continue reading
MITRE ATT&CK® mappings released for built-in Azure security controls

MITRE ATT&CK® mappings released for built-in Azure security controls

The Security Stack Mappings for Azure research project was published today, introducing a library of mappings that link built-in Azure security controls to the MITRE ATT&CK® techniques they mitigate against. Microsoft once again worked with the Center for Threat-Informed Defense ... continue reading