Daniele Grandini

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#Azure notable updates w48

This is rapidly becoming an Azure & friends update, but anyway I keep my weekly shortlist of notable things to remember Azure New #AzureAD Access Panel is now Generally Available! (https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/enterprisemobility/2016/11/28/new-azuread-access-panel-is-now-generally-available/) And long overdue Storesimple virtual devices are now avialable in the ARM portal (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/storsimple-transition-to-newazureportal/) almost. Alas it’s just for virtual devices and not for […]

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#Azure notable updates w47

Azure Autoshutdown for VMs in ARM mode, this feature has been a hit for DevTest Labs, now is available for every VM. Azure functions are GA! This is a nice piece of technology I must investigate further, they can be a valid alternative for automations if the tasks are frequent and relatively short in duration. […]

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#Azure notable updates w45-46

Notable updates in the last 2 weeks on Azure and the Microsoft cloud, as usual my perspective MSOMS Azure Backup Server now supports VMWare backup and protection against ransomware (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-vmware-backup-with-azure-backup-server/) Azure Backup now suports encrypted VMs and the user experience starts diorectly form the VM blade Log Analytics you can now filter the security events […]

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#Azure Notable updates w44

Azure Backup now supports encrypted VM protection. Azure Functions portal and host improvements, for better run and logging control. Azure AD B2B Invitation API is now in public preview! (https://graph.microsoft.io/en-us/docs/api-reference/beta/resources/invitation) Azure SQL Database: Now supporting up to 10 years of Backup Retention (Public Preview) (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-sql-database-now-supporting-up-to-10-years-of-backup-retention-public-preview/)

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#Extending #MSOMS Log Analytics through Linux – part 2 – custom ruby filter

#Extending #MSOMS Log Analytics through Linux – part 2 – custom ruby filter Other articles in the serie Extending #MSOMS Log Analytics through Linux – part 1 The solution The Kemp solution I’m trying to implement is based on two data sources: syslog logs SNMP GET/WALK information / counters I’m not going to use at […]

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