Tag: Cloud

Getting Started with Azure Event Grid
Getting Started with Azure Event Grid
Blog Posts

Azure Event Grid is an awesome service in Azure, which connects applications together through event messaging. This way of working decouples application components, which enables more scalability, maintainability and extensibility. The image below illustrates this. Orders are written in an Azure Cosmos DB database. Event Grid reacts to each new order and publishes that as an event and… READ MORE

Build your own Hosted VSTS Agent Cloud: Part 1 – Build
Build your own Hosted VSTS Agent Cloud: Part 1 – Build
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I love Visual Studio Team Services. VSTS allows me to focus on building my CI/CD pipeline, running tests and managing my project without having to worry about installing updates or applying patches to the platform. VSTS is always on, always up to date. An important part of VSTS is the Hosted Agent Pool. Agents are used… READ MORE

Part 1 - How Secure is your Office 365 Ecosystem?
Part 1 – How Secure is your Office 365 Ecosystem?
Blog Posts

  So, today’s blog post is going to be focused on the Security and Compliance features in Office 365 so that you folks can understand how secure your Office 365 ecosystem is. It’s a known fact that organizations across the globe are embracing Digital transformation to meet the growing needs and deeds of today’s Cloud… READ MORE

Secure Document Generation in the Cloud with dox42 and Azure AD. In the name of love – or in the name of the user?
Secure Document Generation in the Cloud with dox42 and Azure AD. In the name of love – or in the name of the user?
Webinars

More and more Companies are moving from on premises towards Office 365, but how to authenticate with 3rd party Web Services, e.g. for document generation?
Azure Active Directory offers a way to authenticate users for any Web Service called from SharePoint Online, Dynamics 365 or any other Office 365 App.
Join this session to see a live demo of how we have seamlessly integrated and secured the dox42 Web Service into SharePoint Online using Azure Active Directory.