Microsoft Azure

Azure service and component limits

Every Azure service has a set of physical limitations by design. When planning and designing Microsoft Azure-based solutions, these Azure service physical limits should always be taken into account. More specifically, Azure has a number of subscription and service limits as well as default quotas and constraints. The following Microsoft […]

Azure Cost Management

Azure Cost Management series: New Commerce Experience

The Azure Partner Ecosystem The Microsoft Azure Partner Ecosystem of Microsoft Cloud Service Providers (CSP) comprises the following actors: Platform providers (for example Ingram Micro, creating Web-based platforms for managing governance, provisioning and billing of the end-to-end Azure partner sales lifecycle). Indirect Providers (Distributors utilizing the Azure Platform provided by […]

Windows Admin Center

Windows Admin Center in Azure

You can extend on-premises deployments of Windows Server to the cloud by using Azure hybrid services. These cloud services provide an array of useful functions, both for extending on-premises into Azure, and for centrally managing from Azure. Using Azure hybrid services within Windows Admin Center, you can: Protect virtual machines […]

Microsoft Security Portal

Overview of Microsoft Azure Security Tools

Microsoft Azure Security Tools Besides the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC), Microsoft offers a handful of security related tools and APIs which are available via Web-based consoles, Microsoft Graph API and Powershell. By navigating to https://security.microsoft.com/info, you should be able to utilize all available security tools and consoles as described […]