Enhancing the customer experience with the Azure Networking MSP partner program

lunes, 15 de julio de 2019

We are always looking for ways to improve the customer experience and allow our partners to complement our offerings. In support of these efforts we are sharing the Azure Networking Managed Service Provider (MSP) program along with partners that deliver value added managed cloud network services to help enterprise customers connect, operationalize, and scale their mission critical applications running in Azure.

Corporate Vice President, Azure Networking

Anuncio de la versión preliminar de Microsoft Azure Bastion

martes, 18 de junio de 2019

A muchos clientes de todo el mundo les resulta muy complejo conectarse de forma segura desde el exterior a las cargas de trabajo y las máquinas virtuales de redes privadas. La exposición de máquinas virtuales a la Internet pública para habilitar la conectividad a través del Protocolo de escritorio remoto (RDP) y Secure Shell (SSH) aumenta el perímetro, lo que deja sus redes críticas y las máquinas virtuales asociadas más expuestas y más difíciles de administrar.

Corporate Vice President, Azure Networking

Integrating Azure CNI and Calico: A technical deep dive

jueves, 30 de mayo de 2019

Calico policies lets you define filtering rules to control flow of traffic to and from Kubernetes Pods. In this blog post, we will explore in more technical detail the engineering work that went into enabling Azure Kubernetes Service to work with a combination of Azure CNI for networking and Calico for network policy.

Princial Product Manager, Azure Networking

Rewrite HTTP headers with Azure Application Gateway

martes, 16 de abril de 2019

We are pleased to share the capability to rewrite HTTP headers in Azure Application Gateway. With this, you can add, remove, or update HTTP request and response headers while the request and response packets move between the client and backend application.

Program Manager, Azure Networking

Azure Front Door Service is now generally available

jueves, 4 de abril de 2019

Every internet facing web application, whether serving a large audience or a small set of users in a single region, is by default a global application. Whether you are running a large news website with millions of users across the globe, running a B2B application for managing your sales channels or a local pastry shop in a city – your users are distributed/roaming across multiple locations, or your application demands deployment into multiple locations for high availability or disaster recovery scenarios.

Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Azure