Posts about Microsoft Azure. Security, architecture, infrastructure and operations, development, compliance, and a lot more.
Celebrating 200 episodes of the Ctrl+Alt+Azure podcast Paid Members Public
Wow. We've been running the Ctrl+Alt+Azure podcast for almost four years and just passed our 200th episode. Since the podcast's inception, we have published one episode every Wednesday at 3 pm CET (6 am PT). Before diving into the details of my celebrations here, I want to say
Reading e-mails with Microsoft Graph using .NET Paid Members Public
Following a popular article I published on Sending e-mails with Microsoft Graph using .NET, I have been asked on several occasions how to read e-mails from an inbox. There are several ways to accomplish this, and I'm highlighting one of the easier ways to show a working code example. You
A short recap of ESPC 2022 Paid Members Public
It's been some time since I attended a conference in person. ESPC 2022 in Copenhagen was amazing, and I combined working remotely from the hotel at the venue with hanging out with great people and learning a lot about trends and opportunities in our tech community. The event To set
Build sustainable solutions on Azure and save money Paid Members Public
Are you building sustainable cloud solutions? If not, read this!
Favorite security-focused open-source workbooks for Azure Monitor and Microsoft Sentinel Paid Members Public
Let's explore some of the Open Source workbooks that exist for Azure Monitor and Microsoft Sentinel. Why are they important to know about? What are some use cases? Read this article to understand some of my favorite use cases and well-used workbooks, tailored to my specific needs.
Recommended books about Azure security! Paid Members Public
Recently, I got the question to share a list of books I read on Azure security. While I find most of my material online, in Microsoft Docs, Microsoft Learn, and community blogs, there are some relevant books to look at if you're aiming to strengthen your security knowledge in the
Use the Resource Explorer from the Azure Portal Paid Members Public
I explained how to use the Azure Resource Explorer in a previous post [https://zimmergren.net/developing-with-azure-part-4-resource-explorer/]. Six years have passed since that, and I would like to revisit this with an update to the Resource Explorer. This post is a reminder of a great tool, giving your access to
Top 3 favorite capabilities in Microsoft Defender for Cloud Paid Members Public
Working with Microsoft Defender for Cloud is amazing. We can get a lot of insights and guidance on our journey to improve our security and compliance posture.