Posted by Vladan Seget on September 22, 2022
New VMware Multi Cloud Management Solution Called Aria

Recently, at VMware EXPLORE 2022, the virtualization vendor announced a new product called VMware Aria. The new service is a multi-cloud management solution. It allows you to centralize multi-cloud operation in one console that has a single view for deployment, management, automation and cost management of your cloud-based environment.

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Posted by Brandon Lee on September 20, 2022
VMware Workload Advanced Security for AWS announced

VMware recently announced a new way to enhance cybersecurity for Amazon Web Services cloud-based infrastructure — Advanced Workload Security for AWS. This new offer is based on the Carbon Black portfolio developed by VMware. It presents cloud-native endpoint security options that make cloud environments just as secure as on-prem ones.

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Posted by Benoit Voirin on September 15, 2022
Secure Software Development Lifecycle

The functioning of any enterprise IT infrastructure depends on multiple factors, which may or may not correlate with each other well. For instance, it is widely believed that security is slowing development processes. However, a secure Software Development Lifecycle will make sure that both your development and security teams deliver secure software with no delay.

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Posted by Nicolas Prigent on September 13, 2022
Getting started with Adaptive Cards in Teams

The post-covid world has marked significant changes in many organizations’ work, urging companies to rely more on distance communication between employees. Microsoft Teams is one of the most popular tools to maintain coordinated work, and it has a lot of useful functionality to offer, such as Adaptive Cards.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on September 8, 2022
[Azure] Backup Your Blob Storage with Backup Center

Microsoft recently added the ability to backup your blob storage data to Azure with Backup Center. Blob is object storage optimized for storing large amounts of unstructured data, which ranges from servicing images, documents, and streaming to writing to log files and disaster recovery. Now, you can backup your blob in a few clicks.

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Posted by Brandon Lee on September 6, 2022
What is Windows Update for Business Safeguard holds

Windows Update for Business recently introduced safeguard holds, which prevents a user from updating until an issue likely to happen is fixed. Previously, admins would deter from performing regular updates for various issues. Now, the manager uses machine learning to monitor millions of unmanaged PCs for rollback during upgrading for context. It pauses updates for users at potential issue risk and offers it again once the issue is dealt with.

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Posted by Romain Serre on September 1, 2022
Manage an allowed country list to connect to Azure AD

Azure Active Directory (AD) allows managing connections so that users from certain countries can’t access your services. However, sometimes, VIPs can travel to one of such countries. To address that, you can deny access to all users in a country, allow connection from that country to certain users, or establish an approval workflow to allow travel with an access package.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on August 30, 2022
VMware vSphere 8 Announced – The Details

Moving forward with its ecosystem, VMware EXPLORE has just announced the coming of vSphere 8 later this year. As per usual, there are all kinds of changes coming. This time, however, more focus is placed on management and lifecycle simplification and unification. Changes will affect services like VMware Tanzu, ESXi, vCenter Recovery, and others.

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Posted by Didier Van Hoye on August 25, 2022
Azure Service Endpoints & Private Link

The Private Endpoint / Private Link / Private Link Service solution was launched by Microsoft mostly because of the need for private, more secure connectivity to its Azure services. Since its launch, the number of Azure services supporting Private Link has grown, and the list today is extensive. But what are they exactly?

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Posted by Brandon Lee on August 23, 2022
What is Secured-core PC Configuration Lock?

Microsoft Secured-Core PC Configuration Lock is a new feature that enables you to prevent configuration drift of secured-core PC settings and features. Secured-Core PCs united various layers of protection to combat the growing trend of attacks on kernel drivers. The Lock makes sure the secured-core PC remains secure no matter what.

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