Reading Time: < 1 minute I’m thrilled to inform you that the last months I have been doing the Technical Review for Exam Ref AZ-801: Configuring Windows Server Hybrid Advanced Services. Configuring Windows Server Hybrid Advanced Services Exam Ref AZ-801 helps you master various cloud and data center management concepts in detail, helping you grow your expertise in configuring and…
Reading Time: 3 minutes Coming from an on-premises environment, it can be hard how to setup administrative accounts. On-premises was the default to have certain permissions. In Azure Active Directory that is a bit changed. This blog explains how to approach and why you should use Cloud-Only administrative accounts.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Securing your Azure Active Directory is more needed than ever. Microsoft Entra is the new Admin center for this. Learn how to set it up and secure your tenant more.
Reading Time: 5 minutes A Break Glass Account is an emergency account that grants access to critical resources when regular credentials are unavailable. It plays a vital role in ensuring business continuity during a crisis and enables a response strategy for cybersecurity threats. Shared and privileged accounts are the two types of Break Glass Accounts, and their use must be controlled and monitored to avoid security risks.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Learn how to secure your Azure Virtual Desktop with conditional access and Azure MFA. Protect your organization from potential security attacks. Take steps now to create a powerful remote work environment for your users.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Using Azure Virtual Desktop as a replacement for Microsoft Remote Desktop Services. Get to know how to setup and the benefits about the new CLOUD solution.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Before we used Azure Bicep to deploy virtual machines with needed resources to Azure. Now we are using Terraform to accomplish the same. A Blogpost about the ins and outs.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Using Azure Bicep will give you the the control of deployment of resources in Azure. Every time deploying the bicep will check if the desired state still is available or needs to be changed. Using it in a DevOps Pipeline is great for continuous deployment.