Posted by Romain Serre on June 23, 2022
Restrict some Activities in Office Online by using Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps

Remote work is continuing to penetrate the fabric of the regular workflow ever more. Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps is a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) that functions as a gatekeeper between your users and cloud resources they have access to. Among others, it allows to tap into Shador IT and app use to prevent malicious behavior.

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Posted by Brandon Lee on June 21, 2022
Windows Admin Center 2110.2 and Azure Stack HCI 21H2 new features

Microsoft is continuously updating its cloud services, further evolving with the mission-critical IT infrastructure needs. Recently, Windows Admin Center 2110.2 and Azure Stack Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) experienced a swath of updates. All of them aim at IT environment operation smoothness and cross-platform compatibility.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on June 16, 2022
[Azure] Upgrade an Azure Data Disk Used in AKS

Upgrading is necessary for smooth virtualization workload, as well as it is to compliance. However scrupulous and automated things may be, it can still happen that certain Azure disks in your Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) can be full, so the upgrade won’t be possible without some tweaking. Luckily, there’s a way to deal with that.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on June 14, 2022
VMware Skyline Advisor Pro – Free for VMware Customers

VMware Skyline Advisor Pro is a new platform for collecting broad data and revealing contextual insights into your vSphere environment. The online service allows collecting data from your entire IT infrastructure, peer into how different product interactions behave, capture patterns, trends, events, and configs, and then design compliance around that.

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Posted by Romain Serre on June 9, 2022
Enable passwordless authentication on Azure AD with FIDO2 key

Security is at the forefront of IT infrastructure now, perhaps, even more so than performance. Azure AD provides identities to various applications and can be used to manage authentication. Of course, multi-factor authentication is the standard now. However, passwordless options are available as well, with another set of steps.

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Posted by Brandon Lee on June 7, 2022
What is Microsoft Dev Box

Microsoft has been making its cloud services ever more diverse and specific. This time, the software goes even deeper, allowing you to enable a geographically disparate and niche workforce to perform better with limited hardware, bandwidth and resources. Various specific tools for modern developers’ needs are presented in this new solution.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on June 2, 2022
VMware GuestStore Framework and GlobalConf configuration at scale

VMware GuestStore enables you to distribute virtual machine (VM) agents, configuration files, VMware Tools upgrades, and custom content from a single shared repository. This way, you can ensure that the content within your vSphere environment is always consistent and correctly distributed, also thanks to the GlobalConf feature.

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Posted by Romain Serre on May 31, 2022
Manage access to resources in Azure AD with Access Package

Managing user access to resources during their working lifecycle can be quite a hassle. Luckily, with Access Package, you handle the onboarding, cross-boarding, or offboarding of a user with ease. Just create a self-service catalog of resources to which a user can request access themselves, — all that’s left for you is approval.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on May 26, 2022
Advanced Cross vCenter Server vMotion with different SSO domains now enhanced starting vSphere 7.0 U3c

Cross vCenter Server vMotion has been greatly enhanced in vSphere 7.0 Updates U3c. For one, it’s now been integrated into the vSphere web client, which makes it much easier to access and operate. But, among its new updates, one stands out the most: the ability to execute a clone bulk operation between vCenter servers with different SSO domains.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on May 24, 2022
[Azure DevOps] Add an Approval Workflow for Your Pipelines

Azure DevOps is a rich system that allows you to automate a great number of things from Apps to Azure Resources and many others via Azure Pipelines. Many of such workloads require approval. However, the GPU VM, to operate all this, will entail additional costs. To avoid that, you can use your own script to create an easy approval pipeline for your users.

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