We’ve written in the past about how Azure Security Center helps detect malicious activity on compromised VMs, including a post detailing a Bitcoin mining attack and one on an outbound DDoS attack. In many cases, attackers use a set of malicious tools to carry out these and other actions on a compromised machine.
This article will explain the basics of Backup and Disaster Recovery considerations for IaaS VMs and Disks in Azure.
Today Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine customers can take advantage of the Azure G/GS/LS/H/N-series of Virtual Machine sizes, available in UK South. We’re also excited to announce that Microsoft Azure…
We have two working DC/OS clusters, one on Azure and another on vSphere - Great progress so far! Now, it’s time deploy Azure Container Registry (ACR) which will be used as a private catalog for our Docker images.
This post is co-authored with Rory Conway, Product Manager, Teradata on Azure. The enterprise-class capabilities of Teradata Database have been enhanced for Microsoft Azure Marketplace. This is great…
We have a working DC/OS cluster on top of vSphere but now, it’s time to deploy another cluster using Azure Container Service (ACS). Fear not, it will be much quicker to get this baby up & running in Azure with no pain what so ever.
If you are in the process of building or revising your business continuity plans, it’s worth taking a look at Azure Site Recovery (ASR). ASR is a disaster recovery service that allows you to failover on-premises applications running on Linux and Windows and using VMware and Hyper-V to Azure in the event of an outage.
Today, we are excited to announce that Instant recovery of files and folders from Azure VM backups by Azure Backup is now generally available (GA).
We are excited to announce the general availability of our new Dv3 VM sizes. We are also changing the naming for the high memory D sizes (D11-D14) to become the Ev3 family. These new sizes introduce Hyper-Threading Technology running on the Intel® Broadwell E5-2673 v4 2.3GHz processor, and the Intel® Haswell 2.4 GHz E5-2673 v3.
We announced nested virtualization support coming to Azure with Dv3 or Ev3 series at //build session last month. Today we are excited to announce that you can now enable nested virtualization using the Dv3 and Ev3 VM sizes.