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Security for next generation telecommunication networks

martes, 9 de agosto de 2022

It's clear that attacks on the national communications infrastructure will occur with much greater sophistication than ever before. Because of this, we continue to develop our networks and systems with security as our first principle and we stay constantly vigilant. To these ends, Microsoft has adopted a zero-trust security architecture in all our platforms, services, and network functions.

Microsoft Technical Fellow and Chief Technology Officer, Azure for Operators

How Microsoft Azure Cross-region Load Balancer helps create region redundancy and low latency

lunes, 11 de julio de 2022

In this blog, we’ll walk through Azure Cross-region Load Balancer (also known as Global tier of Standard Load Balancer) through a case study with a retail customer. By incorporating Azure Cross-region Load Balancer into their end-to-end architecture, the customer was able to achieve region redundancy, high availability, and low latency for their end applications with quick turnaround time for scaling events while retaining their IPs for TCP and UDP connections.

Product Manager, Azure Networking

Azure powers rapid deployment of private 4G and 5G networks

martes, 14 de junio de 2022

As the cloud continues to expand into a ubiquitous and highly distributed fabric, a new breed of application is emerging: Modern Connected Applications. We define these new offerings as network-intelligent applications at the edge, powered by 5G, and enabled by programmable interfaces that give developer access to network resources.

General Manager, Azure for Operators

Learn what’s new in Azure Firewall

jueves, 9 de junio de 2022

We continue to be amazed by the adoption, interest, positive feedback, and the breadth of use cases customers are finding for our service. Today, we are happy to share several key Azure Firewall capabilities as well as an update on recent important releases into general availability and preview.

Principal Program Manager

Improve outbound connectivity with Azure Virtual Network NAT

miércoles, 8 de junio de 2022

For many customers, making outbound connections to the internet from their virtual networks is a fundamental requirement of their Azure solution architectures. Luckily, Azure has just the solution for ensuring highly available and secure outbound connectivity to the internet: Virtual Network Network Address Translation. Virtual Network NAT, also known as NAT gateway, is a fully managed and highly resilient service that is easy to scale and specifically designed to handle large-scale and variable workloads.

Product Manager, Azure Networking