Tag: Azure

Use Azure to Store SQL Server Backups Offsit
Use Azure to Store SQL Server Backups Offsit
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You always think your environment is setup correctly and that you’re able to recover in case of a disaster. You make backups, test your backups, setup DR solutions and in the end test the DR plan (very important). But have you ever considered a situation where all your data is unusable? If you get infected… READ MORE

Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure - Governance (Part V)
Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure – Governance (Part V)
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Governance The guidance in this section of the Cloud Adoption Framework provides examples of actionable governance guides that represent common experiences often encountered by customers. Each example encapsulates business risks, corporate policies for risk mitigation, and design guidance for implementing technical solutions. It can help you to create personalized governance solutions that meet a variety… READ MORE

Build a Strong Cloud Perimeter with Conditional Access
Build a Strong Cloud Perimeter with Conditional Access
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Phew, another article about Conditional Access. That’s right, there a quite a few already. Fortunately, this topic never gets old. Here’s why: In the cloud there are no traditional network perimeters anymore. On-prem appliances are rendered useless as cloud services can be accessed world-wide. All you need is a valid set of credentials to sign-in.… READ MORE

Azure DevOps and Cross-Repo Branch Policies
Azure DevOps and Cross-Repo Branch Policies
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In a previous webcast we had for Microsoft Western Europe about using Azure DevOps for managing Dynamics 365 Business Central projects, when talking about the best practice to set policies for your branches, there was an interesting question: can I create cross-repositories branch policies? Also programmatically? I’ve partially answered the question and this post aims to… READ MORE

Kubernetes and Virtual Kubelet in a Nutshell
Kubernetes and Virtual Kubelet in a Nutshell
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Today you will learn how to take a web app(it can be any programming language, we used Kotlin) and distribute it using Kubernetes (K8s) and Virtual Kubelet (VK). Well, if you don’t know yet why you should consider distributing your web app – read my post here. So, you are probably asking yourself “what is Kubernetes… READ MORE