Isovalent Cilium Enterprise on Azure is a powerful tool for securing and managing Kubernetes’ workloads on Azure. Isovalent Cilium Enterprise's range of advanced features and easy-to-deploy ability makes it an ideal solution for organizations of all sizes looking to secure their cloud-native applications.
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As cloud-native workloads continue to grow, customers are constantly pushing the scale and performance boundaries of our existing networking solutions in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Today, we are thrilled to announce the general availability of Azure CNI Overlay.
Since its launch, Microsoft Azure Space has been committed to enabling people to achieve more, both on and off the planet. This mission has transcended various industries, including agriculture, finance, insurance, and healthcare.
We are happy to announce Azure Virtual Network Manager (AVNM), your one-stop shop for managing the connectivity and security of your network resources at scale, as generally available.
We are excited to announce the general availability of Azure Firewall Basic, a new SKU of Azure Firewall built for SMBs.
Azure Virtual Network Manager event logging is now in preview.
Azure Web Application Firewall (Azure WAF) provides centralized protection of your web applications from exploits and vulnerabilities.
Azure private MEC is continually being built and delivered by an expanding set of operators, SIs, and ISV partners. Our partners serve a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, transportation, logistics, energy, retail, and defense. Enterprises now have a choice to select the right application, deploy quickly, and scale at their own pace.
At Microsoft, our aim is to be the most trusted co-innovation partner through every stage of the digital evolution, committed to working with communications service providers (CSPs), enterprises, developers, and ISVs alike on the future of a ubiquitous cloud that unlocks the true potential of modern connected apps.
In this blog and our previous one, we have learned what mTLS is, how it works, when to use it, and how easily we can verify our mTLS setup with openssl/curl.