Last week I tweeted about patching my Windows Server 2016 servers by using the Server Management Tools functionality. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t hold a grudge against Group Policys and WSUS or the new update functionality in OMS, but when there’s something new in Azure, most of the time I want to try it out… […]
Category Archives: InfraStructure
The story that rocked the cloud world this week was that Microsoft started to provide an SLA (Service Level Agreement) for single instance Virtual Machines. Before this change, customers we’re only eligible for such support guidelines when deploying at least two Virtual Machines in an availability set. The difficulty here is that many older applications […]
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Azure Security Center provides unified security management and advanced threat protection across hybrid cloud workloads. With Security Center, you can apply security policies across your workloads, limit your exposure to threats, and detect and respond to attacks. The Security Center – Overview provides a quick view into the security posture of your Azure and non-Azure workloads, […]
Last year during AzureCon Microsoft announced the development of the N-Series Virtual Machines on their public cloud platform, Azure. These Virtual Machines were promised to be able to run all workloads in Azure, including graphic-intensive workflows. Microsoft kept their promised, so earlier this month they announced the availability of the Preview . Now you can opt-in […]
Earlier this year Microsoft announced their plan to retire Azure RemoteApp. Based on customer feedback and market dynamics, Microsoft changed its’ strategy to focus more on the cloud platform that underpins finished desktop and application virtualization services. Currently in development, Xenapp Express is promised to be the “fastest and easiest way to deliver apps in the cloud”. New trials and purchases of Azure RemoteApp […]
Hi there, The Azureman is back, and today with a guest post from another Azureman, Dennis van Doorn. Dennis is a colleague from inovativ, who is currently getting acquainted with the Azure platform. Recently he decided to dive into the new Role Based Access Control features in Azure, and I’m thankful that I have the […]