Tag Archives: Azure

Azure Policy As Code – Accelerate governance in cloud

The cloud, in the context of technology, has many definitions and types—ranging fromits simplest form of using shared resources, to a fully automated environment withextreme standardization. Various departments in your organization would be creating, updating and terminating resources in cloud. What does this really mean in practice, and how is it relevant to your organization?The answer is simple: technology exists

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Kick start Kubernetes Managed Service(AKS) on Azure Series(Part-2)

In my previous post here we went through how to start deploying Azure AKS Cluster. Before we start deploying applications on AKS, i want to drill down little more into Logical components in Kubernetes(k8s) and how they are mapped to physical components in managed kubernetes services providers like Azure AKS. Kubernetes is a cluster technology. In the container world there

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Accelerated Networking in Azure

Azure Accelerated Networking is network throughput performance improvement feature provided by a Microsoft for Azure Linux & Windows Azure VM’s. This feature enables a high-performance path and bypasses the host from the datapath, reducing latency and CPU utilisation, for use with the most demanding network workloads on supported VM types Without accelerated networking, all networking traffic in and out of

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Securing Sitecore Topology deployed on Azure web apps(PAAS) using Application Gateway(WAF), Log analytics and Azure Monitor

Primary focus for the blog post would be to setup an Application gateway(WAF enabled) in front of a sitecore content delivery PAAS web app and test Azure WAF functiionality with SQL Injection attack using Log analytics and Azure Monitor(Log alerts) feature. Update: WAF Support for Sitecore is officially available from SItecore 9.1 as mentioned in KB article https://kb.sitecore.net/articles/682999 Sitecore environments

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