#Azure notable updates week 37/19

Azure CDN service adds bring your own certificate to its feature list, leveraging Azure Key Vault can now use their certificates. Additionaly CDN now supports apex domains (i.e. root domains, or if you want just the domain name without the host part) through Azure DNS alias records. Microsoft reset its strategy in Germany opening two […]

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#Azure notable updates weeks 33-36/19

After a long vacation here we are trying to catch up what happened in Azure in the last month. Az powershell module version 2.6 has been released. Nothing terrific in this release, bug fixing and updates to support the latest feature set in Azure (VM Host, archive storage rehidrate, …) It’s now possible to configure […]

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#Azure notable updates week 32/19

Azure Monitor now can be integrated with the Prometheus (the open source monitoring solution for containers) when monitoring Azure Kubernetes Service. The integration is currently in preview. The nice thing is Azure Monitor takes care of everything, you just need to expose the Prometheus endpoint in your pods, no need for a Prometheus server to […]


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#Azure Notable updates week 31/19

Azure Dedicated Hosts are now in public preview. As the name implies you can have your own hosts where only your VMs are allowed to run. Azure Blue Prints continue to add compliance builtin modules. The latest one is the NIST SP 800-53 R4 blueprint. I didn’t even know what it was referring to before […]

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#Azure notable updates week 30/19

Azure Artifacts backed packages can now be shared anonymously on the public Internet. The feature is in public preview. Azure Powershell (Az) version 2.5.0 has been released, to update you machine just type Update-Module -Name Az Azure Security Center adds new network recommendations and removes obsoleted recommendations. Log Analytics, the machine data ingestion platform that […]

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