Category: Azure

According to Microsoft, Azure is an ever-expanding set of cloud services to help your organisation meet business challenges. It’s the freedom to build, manage, and deploy applications on a massive, global network using various tools and frameworks.

From DevOps to business analytics to the Internet of Things, Azure is designed to have users up and running quickly with a scalable, cost-effective solution that works with your existing investments.

This cloud computing service is a big part of Microsoft’s business, and it competes with similar services from Amazon and Google.

Therefore, our Azure Category is full of handy tips, tricks and advise. Check out some of the Step by Step blogs or learn with our eBooks, How To videos and Webinars.

Angular 6 application hosted on Azure Storage Static website
Angular 6 application hosted on Azure Storage Static website
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A few days ago Microsoft announced a new public preview feature for Azure Storage called Static website. It enables you to host a static web app using Azure Storage which is multiple times cheaper then a traditional required Web App. Reason enough to give it a try. Create a Storage account To use the Static website feature we need… READ MORE

Azure Firewall (Public Preview) Automation – Part 1
Azure Firewall (Public Preview) Automation – Part 1
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When it comes to automation, there are number of scenarios which come to your mind. It may be simply using PowerShell to manage your Azure Firewall (e.g. getting Azure Firewall resources information, retrieving rule collection, adding a new rule or so on). More advanced, it can be a scheduled automation job running to continuously maintain Azure Firewall.… READ MORE

Adding Guest Users to Azure AD from Excel with PowerShell
Adding Guest Users to Azure AD from Excel with PowerShell
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Sharing access across different tenants in one of the key benefits of Azure AD. My customers appreciate that they can provide azure-based solution to their cooperated users and to guest users as well. Cooperated users include users from the group and subsidiaries. They all can access resources with one identity – on-premises and in the… READ MORE

First look at the new Azure Firewall Preview
First look at the new Azure Firewall Preview
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Until now, third party devices (NVAs) have been required to have a “real” firewall in Azure in addition to the basic functionality provided by Network Security Groups (NSG’s). Yesterday however, Microsoft released their stateful firewall service in Azure in public preview, simply named Azure Firewall. Does this mean the end for third-party appliances with firewall functionality… READ MORE