This is a blog post you may have read in one form or another before. I myself have read several of them recently, delighted for others in the community being recognised for their contributions (round of applause for 1 month veterans Gregor Suttie and Richard Hooper 😀 ). However, it's not a post you imagine … Continue reading Achievement Unlocked: Microsoft MVP
On a recent project, a client had a requirement for all Public IP addresses to be part of a Pubic IP Address Prefix. This ensured they could both re-use and predict their IPs. Greatly simplifying Governance requirements and white-listing with partners. However, once the Prefix was active, I went to create a Virtual Network Gateway … Continue reading How to – Use a Public IP Address Prefix with a Virtual Network Gateway
One of the positives of Azure is that it can offer you so many possibilities when it comes to deployment options. However, if you don't implement the correct governance, this can very quickly become a negative. Historically, Cloud has had difficulties when it comes to sprawl; Azure Policy is a service that will help prevent … Continue reading Azure Policy – Where to Start?
About a year ago, Microsoft introduced the first release of Azure Firewall. Since then, and since its general release the service has grown and the features have matured. To begin, let's understand what Azure Firewall is? At its core it's a managed, network security service that protects your Azure Virtual Network resources. It functions as … Continue reading Azure Firewall – Where to Start?
This month, Microsoft announced the introduction of a new method of running your Windows and Linux VMs within Azure. Dedicated Host is a new service that provides you with a single-tenant-host to run your workloads on. Or to phrase that more simply, your very own physical server in an Azure datacentre. Azure Dedicated Host Groups … Continue reading What is Azure Dedicated Host?