Azure Networking Zero to Hero – Network Security Groups
Michael Durkan Blog
by durkanm
4M ago
In this post, I’m going to stay within the boundaries of our Virtual Network and briefly talk about Network Security Groups, which filter network traffic between Azure resources in an Azure virtual network. Overview So, its a Firewall right? NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!! While a Network Security Group (or NSG for short) contains Security Rules to allow or ..read more
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Azure Networking Zero to Hero – Routing in Azure
Michael Durkan Blog
by durkanm
4M ago
In this post, I’m going to try and explain Routing in Azure. This is a topic that grows in complexity the more you expand your footprint in Azure in terms of both Virtual Networks, and also the services you use to both create your route tables and route your traffic. Understanding Azure’s Default Routing As ..read more
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Azure Networking Zero to Hero – Intro and Azure Virtual Networks
Michael Durkan Blog
by durkanm
4M ago
Welcome to another blog series! This time out, I’m going to focus on Azure Networking, which covers a wide range of topics and services that make up the various networking capabilities available within both Azure cloud and hybrid environments. Yes I could have done something about AI, but for those of you who know me ..read more
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Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end – a quick review of 2023
Michael Durkan Blog
by durkanm
6M ago
Today is a bit of a “dud day” – post Xmas, post birthdays (me and my son) , but before the start of a New Year and the inevitable return to work. So, its a day for planning for 2024. And naturally, any planning requires some reflection and a look back on what I achieved ..read more
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The A-Z of Azure Policy
Michael Durkan Blog
by durkanm
1y ago
I’m delighted to be contributing to Azure Spring Clean for the first time. The annual event is organised by Azure MVP’s Joe Carlyle and Thomas Thornton and encourages you to look at your Azure subscriptions and see how you could manage it better from a Cost Management, Governance, Monitoring and Security perspective. You can check ..read more
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Microsoft Ignite 2022 – Highlights of the Announcements (with a few personal opinions thrown in)!
Michael Durkan Blog
by durkanm
1y ago
For this year’s Microsoft Ignite, in-person conferences were held in cities around the world after two years of being online and I was fortunate enough to attend the Manchester Spotlight event last week. At the conference Microsoft had their usual presentations, ‘Ask the Expert’ sessions, exhibition areas and a Cloud Skills Challenge. But of course ..read more
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Control your Azure Virtual Desktop costs with Scaling Plans
Michael Durkan Blog
by durkanm
2y ago
Cloud Computing has changed the way we approach our enterprise infrastructure. The amount of options available to us now means that we can finally ditch that dusty old server sitting the the bottom of the server rack (or in some cases at the back of a cupboard) for a modern secure solution that we don’t ..read more
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100 Days of Cloud – Day 100: The End of the Beginning
Michael Durkan Blog
by durkanm
2y ago
Its Day 100 of my 100 Days of Cloud Journey. Day 100….. I’ve made it! So its time to reflect on the journey, look back at what prompted me to do it, the original goals, how that changed over time and remind myself that this is definitely not the end! Back before the Start….. Before ..read more
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100 Days of Cloud – Day 99: Microsoft Build 2022
Michael Durkan Blog
by durkanm
2y ago
Its Day 99 of my 100 Days of Cloud journey and in todays post we’ll take a quick look at some of the announcements coming out of Microsoft Build. Microsoft Build is an annual event that is primarily focused on the development side of the Microsoft ecosystem, however like all Microsoft events there are normally ..read more
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100 Days of Cloud – Day 98: Azure Bicep
Michael Durkan Blog
by durkanm
2y ago
Its Day 98 of my 100 Days of Cloud journey and in todays post we’ll take a quick look at Azure Bicep. Azure Bicep is a domain-specific language (DSL) that uses a declarative syntax to deploy Azure resources. In a Bicep file, you define the infrastructure you want to deploy to Azure, and then use ..read more
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