Column for Virtualizationreview.com – An Inside Look at Secure DevOps Kit for Microsoft Azure

My monthly column is now live over at virtualizationreview.com, this time I look at the Secure DevOps Kit for Microsoft Azure. A free download to automate the scanning of your Azure deployments for security issues.
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6 Lessons Learned During a Real-World Azure Migration for Virtualization Review.com

My monthly column is now live over at virtualizationreview.com, this time I cover an Azure migration for a real client of mine.

VMware to Azure IaaS with Azure Site Recovery, changing VM sizes, security etc. – it’s all covered. Read it here.

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Column for Virtualizationreview.com – A Look at Security in the Microsoft Cloud, Part 2: Azure Deployments

This is the final recently published article that I’m catching up on, this is the second column for virtualizationreview.com, covering security features that you can use in Azure. Read it here.

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Column for Virtualizationreview.com – A Look at Security in the Microsoft Cloud

I’m still catching up on recent articles that have been published, this post is an in-depth look at security in Microsoft 365, both the “normal” SKUs and the more expensive flavours, in my monthly column at virtualizationreview.com. Read it here.

It’s part one of a two parter, my next column covers security in Azure.

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Column for Virtualizationreview.com – A Look at Azure Confidential Computing

Back in early February my first monthly column over at virtualizationreview.com was published. In this one I review Azure Confidential Computing, how it works and what the benefits may be in the future. Read it here.

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Column for Virtualizationreview.com–A first look at Ultra SSD

My latest column (and the last one for the year) is now live at virtualizationreview.com. Here I look at the new storage option in Azure, currently in private preview where you can get up to 160 000 IOPS and 2 Gb/s throughput from a single disk for IaaS VMs. And you can scale the performance up and down for the disk based on your needs. It’s early days but very interesting – keen to see this service expand over the next few months. Read it here.

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Column for Virtualizationreview.com – Azure news from Ignite

My latest column for virtualizationreview.com is now live. Here I look at the new and improved services announced for Azure at Ignite last month. I cover security improvements (where the Office Secure Score gains a sibling in Azure Secure Score), the new Ultra SSD option, Virtual WAN and Azure Firewall. Read it here.

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