This video is Part 2 covering Azure WAF logging with Web Application Firewall or WAF for short. Also takes a deep dive into logging and diagnostics using Application Gateway and Log Analytics. We will also take a look at the Azure WAF logs, running queries to search log data and email alerting of that data.
This video looks at the benefits of data center vs cloud, comparing both from a capital expense (CapEx) and operational expense (OpEx) perspective. As many companies are discovering, the drive to lower costs. Removing the need for data center hosting, rack space, power and cooling together with disaster recovery (DR) sites which are underutilised and
This video is part 1 of a step by step hands on guide on Azure Web Application Firewall or WAF. We will look into the WAF solution from Azure offering and perform the provisioning of the solution together with configuration and testing. We will also take a look at detection mode vs prevention mode, firewall
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In the beginning of April 2020 the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator (beta) exam was released replacing exam AZ-103. AZ-103 retires on August 31, 2020, this video covers the AZ-104 study guide and 80% off market price code when booking the beta exam. The first 300 people who takes the AZ-104 beta exam on or before
Azure Logic Apps JSON Parse. Part two focuses on using logic apps to read the Azure Automation output via a Parse JSON connector. This allows you to schedule the shutdown and startup of VMs from the logic app and be more flexible by adding in other components like email alerting logs and status details in
Use Azure to stop and start VMs the easy way using powershell and runbooks schedule. Part 1 is below and is all you need to stop and start VMs on a schedule using a quick setup and easy script (provided below). Part 2 (to be released soon) will focus on using logic apps to read