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Assessing value through software architecture
by Alex | March 09, 2023
Reviewing and assessing systems can lead you through a rabbit hole. Using The Method you can find a systematic approach for delivering an answer to the value and quality questions businesspeople have....
Securing workloads in azure: CMK for storage encryption
by Alex | February 24, 2023
Do you need to reach compliance by encrypting storage with customer managed keys? I will walk you through the steps to bring your own key if your HSM does not have a native Azure Key Vault integration....
Securing workloads in Azure: Part 3 setting up your own build server
by Alex | August 14, 2022
Once the apps service is secured, we can't deploy to it anymore from outside environments. We need to set up our own build server in our network. This post explains how to do that...
Securing workloads in Azure: Part 2 making connections private
by Alex | July 26, 2022
After putting the WAF in place, the next challenge is to make sure requests from the web are flowing through the WAF and make sure the app service is not accessible from the public anymore. Enter private endpoints....
Securing workloads in Azure: Part 1 setting the scene for network security
by Alex | July 14, 2022
We want to run a website! Choose App services for running the website, SQL database for the backend. And finally: key vault for some secret storage. Yup. We’re secure. But what will the networking guys say? Will we pass inspection by CISO or DPO?...
Securing queries for use with a centralized azure log analytics workspace
by Alex | January 05, 2022
Do you want a single pane of glass for monitoring your azure resources? In this post we take a look at one of the first questions you'll want to see answered: can I share information with my users without breaking privacy constraints?...
How to integrate Azure Data Factory with Azure Key Vault
by Joeri | November 17, 2021
Stop hardcoding credentials, certificates and connection strings in your Azure Data Factory Linked Services right now! In this post you'll learn how to integrate Azure Data Factory with Azure Key Vault....
Using git with powershell in Azure Devops release pipeline
by Alex | March 30, 2021
If you've ever wanted to perform some git commands in an azure devops release pipeline, for instance to update files on a schedule, there are some things to know and some tricks that can help you reach your goal....
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