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NDES Security Best Practices

Hi, I am Dagmar, working for the Microsoft Compromise Recovery Security Practice team. As NDES (Network Device Enrollment Server) – if misconfigured or not secured and hardened properly – can be a door opener for the compromise of an Active ... continue reading
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Failover Clustering in Azure

Azure is a cloud computing platform with an ever-expanding set of services to help you build solutions to meet your business goals. Azure services range from simple web services for hosting your business presence in the cloud to running fully ... continue reading
VMSS, VMSS Flex, what are they? And what’s the differences?

VMSS, VMSS Flex, what are they? And what’s the differences?

Hello folks, I’ve been looking at ways to scale regular VM up and down without having to create a full VM template used by the existing VM Scale Set. And I wanted a way that did not force me to ... continue reading
How to move your resources across regions and into Availability Zones using Azure Resource Mover

How to move your resources across regions and into Availability Zones using Azure Resource Mover

Azure always provides customers choice to select the region that best suits their needs. With the new service Azure Resource Mover, customers now have a platform level capability that allows them to move to new regions across the globe and ... continue reading
Scaling with Azure

Scaling with Azure

In today’s world we must be able to scale our workloads, whether that be dealing with an internal workload or an external workload serving your organisations’ customers. There are lots of options available to you to implement that scale and ... continue reading

Using Azure Cross-region Load Balancer for high availability scenarios

Irene Huang joins Scott Hanselman to show him Cross-region Load Balancer, which recently became available for Public Preview. Cross-region Load Balancer is a Public layer-4 network load balancer serving as a single point of contact for global traffic. It provides ... continue reading
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Architect and optimize your internet traffic with Azure routing preference

At Microsoft, we see our customers going through rapid digital transformation to accelerate business growth and empower their employees. And the shift to the digital sphere means a phenomenal growth in internet traffic. The global pandemic has transformed the way ... continue reading
Azure Kubernetes Service on Azure Stack HCI Parity with AKS PowerShell

Azure Kubernetes Service on Azure Stack HCI Parity with AKS PowerShell

AksHci PowerShell February Release If you were one of many people who gave us feedback on our December release, we have exciting news for you! In our February release, we’ve delivered one of the most requested features, additional networking options! ... continue reading
Azure Front Door new SKU line up.

Azure Front Door enhances secure cloud CDN with intelligent threat protection

This blog post was co-authored by Jessie Jia, Senior Program Manager The Internet is the new corporate network and the fabric that connects users, devices, and data to applications of all types. It is foundational to how organizations run their businesses, engage their customers, conduct commerce, operate their supply chain, and enable their ... continue reading
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Configuring Azure virtual network subnets with CIDR notation

For people new to networking, creating Azure Virtual Network subnets can be tricky. Learn how CIDR notation works to segment ranges of IP addresses. When you create an Azure virtual network, you'll get default IP addresses that look something like ... continue reading