Security is a major concern for IT admins and if you’re responsible
for important workloads hosted in Azure, you need to know your security is as
tight as possible. In this free webinar, presented by Thomas Maurer, Senior
Cloud Advocate on the Microsoft Azure Engineering Team, and Microsoft MVP Andy
Syrewicze, you will learn how to use Azure Security Center to ensure your cloud
environment is fully protected.
The webinar covers:
Azure Security Center
Deployment and first steps
Integration with other tools
Being an Altaro-hosted webinar, expect this webinar to be packed full
of actionable information presented via live demos so you can see the theory
put into practice before your eyes. Also, Altaro put a heavy emphasis on
interactivity, encouraging questions from attendees and using engaging polls to
get instant feedback on the session. To ensure as many people as possible have
this opportunity, Altaro present the webinar live twice so pick the best time
for you and don’t be afraid to ask as many questions as you like!
There are certain topics in the IT administration world which are optional,
but security is not one of them. Ensuring your security knowledge if ahead of
the curve is an absolute necessity and becoming increasingly important as we
are all becoming exposed to more and more online threats every day. If you are
responsible for important workloads hosted in Azure, this webinar is a must.
How to Protect Your Datacenter with Next
Date: Tuesday, 30th
Time: Webinar presented live twice on the day. Choose your preferred time:
you maybe hear about Azure Bastion right now. With Azure Bastion you can directly open an HTTPs Session via the Azure Portal and RDP/SSH into a Azure VM without using a public IP for the VM. So there is no need for public IP at a VM or VPN within the VNet.
Basicly Azure Bastion is a Jump Server or Bastard Server as a Service within an Azure Network.
The following videos gives you a short introduction into Azure Bastion.
If you want to enable Azure Bastion into your subscription you will find a great resource with the Azure documentation following the below link.
Currently Bastion has a very limited feature set and only provides the service per VNet. Later down the roadmap Microsoft will add more Features like Multi Factor Authentaction and Azure AD support as well as support for VNet Peering.