The new Microsoft Certified: Azure Security Engineer Associate certification has one exam that is currently in beta: AZ-500: Microsoft Azure Security Engineer.
To help minimise – and learn – from mistakes, developers who use Azure should make full use of the platform’s features and best practices.
Thinking about moving to the cloud this year? Jacob McQuillan, Developer and Social Media Manager here at Microsoft, gives 5 reasons why you should choose Azure for your next cloud-hosted project
Firebrand Training’s Alex Bennett takes a look at the resources offered by Microsoft to help partners and customers prepare for GDPR.
Christos Matskas takes a look at Azure Key Vault, looking at what it can do for developers and how you can get started.
The TechNet Pod is a monthly podcast that rounds up everything that’s been happening on Microsoft UK’s technical channels, including TechNet UK, @MSDevUK and @TechNetUK. This month, we talk Linux in our interview with Matt Saunders and Jack Moore, two co-organisers of London DevOps.
The first step to more secure software is to better manage your team’s operational security. This article will look at how to use education and collaboration to get your whole team involved with and invested in your security activities.
Paul Stringfellow takes a look at how priorities have shifted to data security, and what basic principles he’s developed while working on data security projects.
As ransomware attacks become more sophisticated, cloud based applications are at an increased risk. Professionals using Microsoft Azure must now take full advantage of the recently introduced Security Center to defend their cloud infrastructure and applications.