Posted by Florent Appointaire on September 16, 2020
Make your AKS web app highly available

Now that we’ve discussed how to use Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and protect its related websites using Application Gateway and Let’s Encrypt, it’s time to perform! You obviously want to ensure that users are having the best experience with your AKS applications, which means that securing high availability whatever their geographic location is key.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on September 9, 2020
Integrate Let’s Encrypt to Application Gateway and AKS to protect your websites

Previously, we talked about Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and using Application Gateway as an Ingress controller and website application firewall (WAF). Now that we’ve got that out of the way, we should continue to strengthen the security of your AKS-related website by obtaining a digital certificate to enable HTTPS.

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Posted by Romain Serre on September 8, 2020
Step-by-Step: Deploy an Azure Stack HCI stretched cluster from Windows Admin Center

Among other new features, Azure Stack HCI brings the ability to create a stretched cluster. As a result, you’ll be able to unify geographically disparate host servers more effectively to ensure better performance. The only thing is that until Microsoft enables the feature’s deployment via an extension in WAC (coming soon), you’ll have to take a bit more steps to do that.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on September 2, 2020
Use an Application Gateway as Ingress and protect your AKS websites with a WAF

The previous article talked about using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to orchestrate containers for your applications. But to use your fresh-out-the-oven apps effectively, you mustn’t forget about tight cybersecurity. Azure Application Gateway is one such service that can help you protect the websites you use for application operation.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on August 26, 2020
VMware Horizon 8 New Major release – What’s New?

Since the end of the global lockdown is nowhere in sight, you have to be able to work effectively and securely from anywhere. To better accommodate that, VMware recently rolled out the new updates for its flagship VDI suite, Horizon 8. There’s a lot to talk about: HTML Access by Default, New Deployment Options, REST API, Digital Watermark, and more!

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Posted by Mikhail Rodionov on August 19, 2020
Configuring DocuSign Integration in K2 5.4

Integrating DocuSign, an electronic signature service, into the automated K2 platform can be highly effective for your business. In previous K2 versions, the integration was painful: there was no complete Management UI and you had to be quite a pro to successfully do that. Today, everything is way simpler but no less rewarding.

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Posted by Benoit Voirin on August 13, 2020
Email and Web Browser protection

If your browsers and email aren’t secured properly, then your network and users aren’t either. Properly securing your organization’s daily browsing activity can hinder the majority of cybersecurity compromisation cases. Issues like filtering, sender policy framework (SPF), browser types and browsing limitations are all detrimental.

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Posted by Romain Serre on August 11, 2020
What’s next in Azure Stack HCI

Azure Stack Hyperconverged Infrastructure is Microsoft’s attempt to build a hybrid HCI solution that’s aimed to be an everything-in-one. Among others, the new release will have simplified deployment via Windows Admin Center and Azure Portal, a specialized host operating OS, improved resync duration for S2D, and a one-click stack upgrade.

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Posted by Alex Samoylenko on August 6, 2020
Protecting Enterprise Workstations with VMware Carbon Black

VMware Carbon Black is a next-gen cloud-native endpoint protection platform (EPP). This solution doesn’t only detect threats on the workstation level, analyze them in the cloud, and take action. It is a complex system for monitoring network connections and applications that exhibit abnormal activity, ensuring your desktop infrastructure security.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on August 4, 2020
VMware vCenter Server 7 tips

Whether you have already switched to VMware vSphere 7 or not, new knowledge never hurt anybody. There are various novelties that have been introduced in this version. For example, this article will cover tips related to increasing Shell session timeout, using Datacenter CLI and file-level backup for vCSA, and resetting vCSA root password.

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