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Microsoft and AT&T demonstrate 5G-powered video analytics

den 17 maj 2022

In November 2021, Microsoft and AT&T announced the launch of Microsoft Azure public MEC (multi-access edge compute) with AT&T’s site in Atlanta, Georgia. To light up new compelling applications with Azure public MEC that benefit from low latency 5G connectivity, we are making available a video analytics library under the umbrella of Edge Video Services.

Microsoft Technical Fellow and Chief Technology Officer, Azure for Operators

Customize your secure VM session experience with native client support on Azure Bastion

den 3 maj 2022

Azure Bastion is a fully managed jumpbox-as-a-service that provides secure and seamless Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) and Secure Shell Protocol (SSH) access to your VMs in local or peered virtual networks. With native client support available on the Standard SKU for Azure Bastion, you now unlock customizable features and added functionality in your VM sessions.

Program Manager, Azure Networking

Intelligent application protection from edge to cloud with Azure Web Application Firewall

den 3 maj 2022

Cyberattacks are becoming more common and advanced with growing attack surfaces due to the proliferation of mobile and IoT devices and increasing cloud adoption. To help our customers address these security challenges, we have been evolving Azure Web Application Firewall (Azure WAF), our cloud-native, self-managed security service to protect your applications and APIs running in Azure or anywhere else—from the network edge to the cloud.

Principal PM Manager, Azure Files

Microsoft announces new collaboration with Red Button for attack simulation testing

den 22 april 2022

As we highlighted in our latest attack trends report, Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks are one of the biggest security concerns today. Whether in the cloud or on-premises, DDoS attacks can be targeted at any endpoint that is publicly reachable through the internet. Planning and preparing for a DDoS attack is crucial to a well-vetted incident management response plan.

Product Manager, Azure Networking

Bring your own IP addresses (BYOIP) to Azure with Custom IP Prefix

den 31 mars 2022

When planning a potential migration of on-premises infrastructure to Azure, you may want to retain your existing public IP addresses due to your customers' dependencies (for example, firewalls or other IP hardcoding) or to preserve an established IP reputation. Today, we are excited to announce the general availability of bringing your own IP addresses (BYOIP) for Azure.

Senior Program Manager

Diversifying the telecommunications supply chain with Open RAN

den 30 mars 2022

Over the past few years, there has been an increasingly steady drumbeat for the need to diversify and open the telecommunications supply chain. A key part of this supply chain that can be diversified is radio access network (RAN), where operators have typically spent most of their investments in network infrastructure. To address the need for diversification, groups such as the O-RAN alliance have formed to open up RAN capabilities.

Microsoft Technical Fellow and Chief Technology Officer, Azure for Operators

Introducing the new Azure Front Door: Reimagined for modern apps and content

den 29 mars 2022

Today, we are announcing the general availability of the new Azure Front Door, our native, modern cloud content delivery network (CDN) catering to both dynamic and static content acceleration with built-in turnkey security, and a simple and predictable pricing model. There are two Azure Front Door tiers—Azure Front Door Standard and Premium—that provide a unified, secure solution for delivering your applications, APIs, and content on Azure or anywhere.

Principal Program Manager, Azure Networking