Archive for category Azure
I’ve been travelling all week long to Israel for the first Microsoft Security Service Providers private event. It has been a good week to recap and reposition Microsoft offer in terms of security. There’re still overlapping modules and the integration is honestly far from being what it should be, but the overall capabilities and the […]
All is quiet after New Year’s day, just a significant update for SQL MI deployments. Service-aided subnet configuration for Azure SQL managed instances is now available this really simplifies MI deployments inside an Azure vNet.
After the half cocked Powershell (core) 6 version, now with the release of Powershell 7 RC (but fully supported) it seems we have a good evolution and replacement for Windows Powershell. Nice step by step sequence to test CEF log ingestion into Sentinel/Log Analytics. This is a question I’m being asked frequently. I missed this […]
Limited preview of agentless dependency monitor for Azure Migrate is now available. Currently only for VMWare servers, the dependency data is discovered remotely by the Azure Migrate appliance without the installation of any agent or script on virtual machines. btw dependency monitor, as the name implies, helps finding relationships between systems so that you can […]
On December 4th, 2020, the login.microsoftonline.com endpoint will be deprecated for accessing Azure AD B2C tenants. Existing tenants will need to move onto B2Clogin.com before that date, and all functionality will remain the same on the B2Clogin.com endpoint. After being be announced at Ignite and suddenly removed from all linked web pages, Azure Spot VMs […]