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Network start-up and performance improvements in Windows 10 April 2018 Update and Windows Server, version 1803

Network start-up and performance improvements in Windows 10 April 2018 Update and Windows Server, version 1803

Increased container density, faster network endpoint creation time, improvements to NAT network throughput, DNS fixes for Kubernetes, and improved developer features A lot of enthusiasm and excitement surrounds the highly anticipated quality improvements to the container ecosystem on Windows; all ... continue reading

Apply Code Integrity Policy without reboot

There is a new Code Integrity policy option introduced in Windows 10, and it is available in Windows Server 2019 insider build “Update Policy No Reboot”. I got numerous questions around how to use this option, and here is the ... continue reading

How Azure SQL Database makes database management easier?

Azure SQL database is a platform as a service SQL Server Database Engine hosted in Azure cloud and managed by Azure. Azure automates many management activities and enables you to focus on development and optimizations. In addition, it enables you ... continue reading
Securing the modern workplace with Microsoft 365 threat protection – part 1

Securing the modern workplace with Microsoft 365 threat protection – part 1

This post is authored by Debraj Ghosh, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft 365 Security. The roots of Microsoft 365 threat protection Over the next few weeks, well introduce you to Microsoft 365s threat protection services and demonstrate how Microsoft 365s ... continue reading
Making Sense of Replication Schedules in PowerShell

Making Sense of Replication Schedules in PowerShell

Hi all! Jan-Hendrik Peters, PFE, here to talk to you today about using PowerShell to view replication schedules. Automation with PowerShell is a part of our daily life. However, there are certain things that are for some reason not achievable ... continue reading
Connect to the Intelligent Security Graph using a new API

Connect to the Intelligent Security Graph using a new API

Most organizations deal with high volumes of security data and have dozens of security solutions in their enterprise, making the task of integrating various products and services daunting and complex. The cost, time, and resources necessary to connect systems, enable ... continue reading

Calling Http endpoints in T-SQL using CURL extension

SQL Server Database Engine don’t have built-in functions that would enable you to send information to some API using http protocol. If you would need to call some REST endpoint or a web hook from the T-SQL code, you would ... continue reading
New File Share Witness Feature in Windows Server 2019

New File Share Witness Feature in Windows Server 2019

This blog discusses a new feature in the upcoming release of Windows Server 2019. Currently, Windows Insiders receive current builds of Server 2019. We urge you to become an Insider and play a part in making Windows Server 2019 the ... continue reading
Failover Cluster File Share Witness and DFS

Failover Cluster File Share Witness and DFS

This blog discusses a new feature in the upcoming release of Windows Server 2019. Currently, Windows Insiders receive current builds of Server 2019. We urge you to become an Insider and play a part in making Windows Server 2019 the ... continue reading

Security baselines should underpin efforts to manage cybersecurity risk across sectors

This post is authored byAngela McKay, Director of Cybersecurity Policy and Amanda Craig, Senior Cybersecurity Strategist, CELA. Organizations are leveraging technology to transform their operations, products, and services, and governments are increasingly focusing on how to enable such dynamic change ... continue reading