Posts Tagged #MSOMS

#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 41/17

Azure General availability (Windows) and preview (Linux): Accelerated Networking Azure Batch updates catch up and you must add Batch AI now in public preview. General availability: Service Fabric 6.0 on Linux. With this update Service Fabric is GA as a container orchestrator on Linux. Things are getting interesting, today on Azure we have: single instance containers Web […]

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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 40/17

Azure And so Azure AD DS are now GA in Ibiza so is support for ARM networks. Now we can run Azure AD DS on production environments. Bet on this in a recent project. Azure AD releases three new public preview features Extending Azure AD Privileged Identity Management to include Azure RBAC roles. Automated, periodic […]

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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 39/17 #Ignite wrapup

So Ignite 2017 is over ans as expected a ton of previously NDA content has been made public, this week is going to be a long read. Azure Azure gets a new free offer. This free account comes with 12 months of compute, storage,  network and database quantities and 25+ always free services such as App […]

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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 38/17

Azure On-premises Azure Files access on Linux update and new troubleshooter  Azure File Services are now available in a secure way from more Distro thanks to CIFS encryption. The new “Keep me signed in” experience for Azure AD is in preview and on a related news the old “classic” azure portal for Azure AD will be […]

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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 37/17

Ignite is coming… Azure Azure AD Managed Service Identity is a new way to gain access to your Azure artifacts without knowing an explicit credential. Basically the platform provides you one using a local endpoint, obviously after you enabled the feature for the “source” artifact. This is a nice way to avoid the use of explicit […]

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