Tag: Azure

Azure Subscription Migrations
Azure Subscription Migrations
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April 2020 – Update Since I originally created this blog post back in January 2019 there have been a fair few changes, especially in the EA to CSP migration space. So I thought it was about time that I gave this article a bit of a refresh! A lot of the content is still valid… READ MORE

Security Design Principles, Attacks, Regulations, and Risk Reduction
Security Design Principles, Attacks, Regulations, and Risk Reduction
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Information security principles and strategies go together naturally. Previously, we described three key security strategies for cloud computing. These are the establishment of a suitable security perimeter, leverage of appropriate technology, and verification of each cloud provider that you work with. Your strategies must also consider the type of attacks to which your business is… READ MORE

Azure Sentinel – Monitor Servers using Sysmon
Azure Sentinel – Monitor Servers using Sysmon
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In this post I’m showing how to connect Windows servers to Azure Sentinel, install Sysmon, how to parse those events, and what to do with them. After all, Sentinel is a cloud-native SIEM, but luckily, it’s not cloud-only. Setting up Azure Sentinel This step is quite simple. Sentinel is basically just a solution that builts… READ MORE

Getting Started with Azure Service Fabric
Getting Started with Azure Service Fabric
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if you only want to get started quickly, just jump ahead to “Setting up a Development Environment” section I have been experimenting with container orchestrators to help me deploy a microservices-style hobby project I have been working on (more on this in a separate blog post) to the cloud. If there’s one thing I learnt… READ MORE

Creating a Free HTTPS Certificate in Azure WebApp
Creating a Free HTTPS Certificate in Azure WebApp
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Microsoft has released free HTTPS certificate generation on Azure App Service, fully managed by Azure. Now we can enable HTTPS for our own domain free of charge in Azure App Service. To test this feature, I’ve used Azure WebApp, which has my devcloudops.com blog page. To do this, I’ve clicked the Private App Certificates section… READ MORE