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Uncovering Linux based cyberattack using Azure Security Center

Uncovering Linux based cyberattack using Azure Security Center

As more and more enterprises move to the cloud, they also bring their own set of security challenges. Today, almost half of Azure virtual machines (VMs) are running on Linux, and as the Linux server population grows, so are the ... continue reading
Troubleshooting Kubernetes Networking on Windows: Part 1

Troubleshooting Kubernetes Networking on Windows: Part 1

We’ve all been there: Sometimes things just don’t work the way they should even though we followed everything down to a T. Kubernetes in particular, is not easy to troubleshoot – even if you’re an expert. There are multiple components ... continue reading
Quote from Eric Boyed, VP of C+AI - "We have heard from customers everywhere that they want to adopt ML but struggle to actually get modles into production. With the new MLOps capabilities in Azure Machine Learning, bringing ML to add calue to your business has become better, faster, and more reliable than ever before."

Take your machine learning models to production with new MLOps capabilities

This blog post was authored by Jordan Edwards, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Azure. At Microsoft Build 2019 we announced MLOps capabilities in Azure Machine Learning service. MLOps, also known as DevOps for machine learning, is the practice of collaboration and ... continue reading

Microsoft container registry unaffected by the recent Docker Hub data exposure

Docker recently announced Docker Hub had a brief security exposure that enabled unauthorized access to a Docker Hub database, exposing 190k Hub accounts and their associated GitHub tokens for automated builds. While initial information led people to believe the hashes ... continue reading

First sneak peek of Windows Server, version 1903 Semi-Annual Channel

This blog was co-authored by Ben Schultz, Principal Program Manager and Weijuan Shi Davis, Senior Program Manager, Windows Server. Greetings! With the launch of Windows Server 2019 a few months ago, we kicked off a whole new wave of innovation ... continue reading
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Detecting threats targeting containers with Azure Security Center

More and more services are moving to the cloud and bringing their security challenges with them. In this blog post, we will focus on the security concerns of container environments. In a previous blog post Azure Security Center announced new ... continue reading
Vagrant and Hyper-V -- Tips and Tricks

Vagrant and Hyper-V — Tips and Tricks

First published on TECHNET on Jul 06, 2017 Learning to Use Vagrant on Windows 10 A few months ago, I went to DockerCon as a Microsoft representative. While I was there, I had the chance to ask developers about their ... continue reading
Windows NAT (WinNAT) -- Capabilities and limitations

Windows NAT (WinNAT) — Capabilities and limitations

First published on TECHNET on May 25, 2016 Author: Jason Messer How many devices (e.g. laptops, smart phones, tablets, DVRs, etc.) do you have at home which connect to the internet? Each of these devices probably has an IP address ... continue reading

What Happened to the β€œNAT” VMSwitch?

First published on TECHNET on May 14, 2016 Author: Jason Messer Beginning in Windows Server Technical Preview 3, our users noticed a new Hyper-V Virtual Switch Type – “NAT” – which was introduced to simplify the process of connecting Windows ... continue reading
Windows Networking for Kubernetes

Windows Networking for Kubernetes

First published on TECHNET on Apr 04, 2017A seismic shift is happening in the way applications are developed and deployed as we move from traditional three-tier software models running in VMs to "containerized" applications and micro-services deployed across a cluster ... continue reading