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Your MUST WATCH Azure Security LiveStream for IT Pros

AzureSecurityJumpStart

 

I’m hosting a 2 day Azure Security for IT Pros event this week. It kicks off Tuesday at 9 am PST. You can register on the MicrosoftVirtualAcademy.com page to listen in on some AWESOME sessions. Check out this Agenda

 

Day 1, Session 1 – 9:00 – 9:50 PST
Title: Earning Trust in the Microsoft Cloud.
ABSTRACT: Please join Scott Edwards and Rick Claus for a discussion about Microsoft’s commitment to earn customer and partner trust in its Cloud Services. This will include an overview of what Microsoft does to secure customer data, privacy controls, compliance and certification issues and an ongoing commitment to increased transparency. The session will also address some key customer concerns about government requests for customer data and how Microsoft addresses them.

BIO: Scott Edwards joined Microsoft in 2003 and is currently the Policy Officer for Worldwide Public Sector where he is responsible for security, privacy and compliance issues related to Public Sector sales. Prior to this role, Scott spent about half of his time at Microsoft in the Legal & Corporate Affairs (LCA) Department and the other half in the Worldwide Public Sector (WWPS) Sales Organization.

Day 1, Session 2 – 10:00-10:50 PST
Title: Inside a Microsoft Datacenter
Abstract: Have you ever wondered what “cloud scale” looks like? Microsoft designs, builds, and operates one of the largest fleets of data centers in the world. We can’t get everyone into a Microsoft Datacenter, but we can share with you a virtual tour of our facilities. Learn about the defense in depth approach to how we secure our cloud, who has access and how assets are managed within this massive public cloud infrastructure. We’ll talk a little about our experiences across our generations of growth and how we incrementally bring new technology into the production environment.

Bio: After graduating from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy as a Naval Architect and Systems Engineer, Mike worked as a manufacturing engineer and construction superintendent for General Dynamics building nuclear submarines. Always up for a new challenge he took a role with Turner Construction building hospitals and data centers. The advent of the scale-out data center and modular construction pulled him to Austin TX with Activepower and eventually Dell as a Principal Engineer with the Hyperscale division. Mike joined the Azure team in 2014 and works on the physical infrastructure and data center designs that power the Microsoft Cloud.

Day 1, Session 3 – 11:00 – 11:50 PST
Title: Architecting Secure Compute Solutions on Azure
Abstract: You’ve taken the first step and decided to embrace the public cloud and have chosen Microsoft Azure. What can you do “out of the box” when designing solutions that will be secure and well architected for availability within your Azure Subscription? This session will cover the details on how to design solutions while being aware of how security boundaries are implemented and how to ensure you are on the right side of update domains to minimize downtime. We’ll also cover how to make your solutions secure AND geo-diversified to future protect your architecture.

BUT WAIT – there is more…

Yup – a fast paced group of technical sessions 30 minutes or less, covering a lot of ground on what you can do in your Azure Accounts to leverage various technologies covering Networking, Compute VMs and SQL.

Day 2, Session 1.1 – 9:00 – 9:30 PST
Title: Virtual Appliances and Security
Abstract: This session covers various elements of the network virtualization stack with emphasis on virtual networks, network security, and user defined routing.

BIO: Narayan Annamalai is a program manager in Azure Networking team working on core SDN stack in Azure with emphasis on Virtual Networks and IP Address management.

Day 2, Session 1.2 – 9:40 – 10:10 PST
Title: Understanding Virtual Appliances
Abstract: This session provides an overview of network virtual appliances in Azure. You will learn how to deploy virtual appliances in Azure Virtual Network. The key focus is on security appliances (firewall, gateway), ADC (application delivery controller), and WAN optimization.

BIO: Yu-Shun Wang is a Program Manager in Azure Networking team, focusing on hybrid cloud scenarios connecting on premises networks to Azure (Site-to-Site VPNs & ExpressRoute), network platform features, and onboarding network virtual appliances to Azure Marketplace. Prior to Azure, Yu-Shun was in Windows Networking focusing on Hyper-V Network Virtualization, Datacenter TCP, and HomeGroup.

Day 2, Session 1.3 – 10:20 – 10:50 PST
Title: Extend your network to the Microsoft Cloud
Abstract: Learn about how Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute enables you to extend your network to Microsoft and enable Hybrid Scenarios for your Enterprise. Learn about how you can plan for connectivity to Microsoft Azure and Office 365 services over ExpressRoute.

BIO: Ganesh Srinivasan is a Program Manager in the Microsoft Azure Networking team. Ganesh primarily focuses on hybrid networking services such as ExpressRoute and VPN Gateways for Virtual Networks. Ganesh has been a part of the Azure team for the past 4 years and has worked on several networking services supported in Azure. Ganesh used to be part of the Windows Core networking team and owned several key features in the tcp/ip stack.

Day 2, Session 2.1 – 11:00 – 11:25 PST
Title: How to manage encryption keys for your cloud apps with Azure Key Vault
Abstract: Managing cryptographic keys and secrets is an essential part of safeguarding data in the cloud. With the new Azure Key Vault service, customers of cloud applications can manage their keys and secrets consistently across their cloud applications. They can easily import/create, store, and use keys in FIPS 140-2 validated HSMs. They can deploy and scale this out rapidly. They can achieve separation of roles between those who manage keys and those who manage the applications. This session will provide an overview of what you can do with the Key Vault service. This is part ONE covering background and theory behind Azure Key Vault service.

Bio: Sumedh is a Lead Program Manager in the Azure team, responsible for the Azure Key Vault service. Over the last 10 years Sumedh has helped make or break many security features in many products, including Azure Rights Management, PlayReady Digital Rights Management, Certificate Services, and the Windows OS.

Day 2, Session 2.2 – 11:35 – 11:55 PST
Title: DEMOS: How to manage encryption keys for your cloud apps with Azure Key Vault
Abstract: Managing cryptographic keys and secrets is an essential part of safeguarding data in the cloud. With the new Azure Key Vault service, customers of cloud applications can manage their keys and secrets consistently across their cloud applications. They can easily import/create, store, and use keys in FIPS 140-2 validated HSMs. They can deploy and scale this out rapidly. They can achieve separation of roles between those who manage keys and those who manage the applications. This session will provide an overview of what you can do with the Key Vault service. This is part TWO covering all the demos of the Azure Key Vault service

Bio: Amit is program manager for Azure Key Vault service. Before joining Microsoft last year, Amit worked at Intel for over 16 years, spanning various roles, most recently as a product manager for Intel Xeon Processors, and before that as technical marketing engineer for Intel open source projects, Intel server boards. Amit started at Intel as a CAD engineer and was part of the team that designed Intel Core and Intel Pentium 4 CPUs.

Day 2, Session 2.3 – 12:05 – 12:25 PST
Title: Disk encryption with keyvault
Abstract: Disk Encryption has been something that our customers have been asking about since Azure IaaS has been available. Learn what options are available to your Azure IaaS VMs now that Azure KeyVault is in place.

Bio: Devendra Tiwari is a Sr. Program Manager and Security PM on the Azure team

Day 2, Session 3 – 12:35 – 12:55 PST
Title: AntiVirus options in Azure
Abstract: AntiVirus extensions are available in Azure and can be included in your Virtual Machine images. Learn what options are available and how to leverage them in your solutions.

Bio: Devendra Tiwari is a Sr. Program Manager and Security PM on the Azure team

Day 2, Session 4.1 – 13:05 – 13:25 PST
Title: Encryption for SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines
Abstract: This talk will cover how customers can use the SQL Server Connector to use Azure Key Vault as an Extensible Key Manager in implementing SQL Server encryption on Azure Virtual Machines. The focus will be on Transparent Data Encryption in particular.

Bio: Sunil Pai is a Principal Program Manager for Azure Security Engineering. Sunil has worked in various Windows products as well as Online Services in Microsoft over a two decade+ long career. Over the last 8 years he has been closely involved in the incubation and growth of several services including Office 365 and Azure. A large part of this period has been focused on building engineering systems to facilitate efficient and secure devops. He is currently focused on Security as a Service initiatives in Azure as well as several features to secure Azure infrastructure.

Day 2, Session 4.2 – 13:35 – 13:55 PST
Title: Azure SQL Database Security
Abstract: This talk will cover 2 new security features for Azure SQL DB, Transparent Data Encryption and Azure Active Directory integrated authentication. Transparent Data Encryption makes it easy to encrypt your data and met your compliance needs. Azure Active Directory Authentication allows you to use Azure Active Directory’s single sign-on, advanced authentication mechanisms, central management, and federation with Active Directory with SQL Databases.

Bio: Jack Richins is a Principal Program Manager for DS SQL Security Team. Jack has 18 years’ experience working with SQL Server and Azure SQL Database – almost 9 of them focused on database security working on authentication, authorization, cryptography, and audit in order to help customers secure their data and maintain compliance more easily. Jack has a Masters in Computer Engineering from University of Washington and has worked at Microsoft on SQL Server, WinFS, and Azure SQL Database.

Debunking Azure Myths: Linux and Microsoft Azure don’t work well together

A lot of myths and misinformation is out there about what you can do with Microsoft Azure and what using Azure is like. I figured it was time to debunk some of these myths by talking to the engineering team to see what they have to say.

MYTH: Linux and Microsoft Azure don’t work well together

People say Microsoft and Linux / OSS workloads don’t work well together – kinda like oil and water. With just over 20% of compute workloads running in Azure IaaS being Linux workloads, I knew this was not the case. I tracked down Tom Hauberger, Senior PM on the Azure IaaS team to see what he had to say.

Check out the Linux documentation page on Azure.com for all sorts of resources on how to run Linux and OSS workloads on Azure.

Tuesdays With Corey: More Depth on Azure Resource Manager Templates

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Windows Azure IaaS team takes us through WHAT Azure Resource Manager template are and why you should care about them. This goes much more in depth than the last ARM discussion / hackathon creating templates.

Some Resources:

Don’t forget – we’re always looking for Suggestions and Questions here in the comments section OR via twitter #AzureTwC. You never know – you might make it to an upcoming episode and be a virtual star of the show – like THIS one!

Post any questions, topic ideas or general conversation here in the comments OR online on via Twitter.

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Debunking Azure Myths: Lack of a Robust Partner Ecosystem

A lot of myths and misinformation out there about what you can do with Microsoft Azure and what using Azure is like. I figured it was time to debunk some of these myths by talking to the engineering team to see what they have to say.

MYTH: Azure Lacks a Robust Partner Ecosystem

People say there is not a lot of partner interest in working with Azure and that our Marketplace does not have a lot of offerings.  I tacked down Bryan Surace, Principle PM on the Azure IaaS Team who works with the partners to get them on boarded.

Check out the Azure Marketplace on Azure.com to view over 3k products you can use in and with Microsoft Azure.  If you are a partner and would like to have your product included in Marketplace, check out the resource page for more information on how to partner with us.

This is the first in a series of post about Debunking Azure Myths. Stay tuned for the next episode.

Did you catch these awesome announcements from Microsoft Ignite?

There was a deluge of announcements that came out over the last week or so, covering everything from networking enhancements, security, architectural changes and declarative file deployment.  What are the ones I feel will have the biggest impact on your life as an IT Pro? Here’s my Top 5.

  • Azure Resource Manager now supports Compute, Storage, Networking and More. This will probably be your biggest change you will need to address.  No longer are you going to have to have long PowerShell scripts to create your deployments of multiple machines, custom storage accounts or tricky networking rules.  Now it’s all contained inside declarative json files that will allow you to use a single line of PowerShell code, referencing that file in order to build your Azure infrastructure in parallel. Technically this was announced at /build – but it was explained in more depth for the IT Pro audience during Microsoft Ignite.  I did an interview with Mahesh Thiagarajan on the Channel 9 Live Stage during one of the breaks where I asked him what the impact would be for IT Pros.

  • Bring the power of Azure into your Datacenter with “Microsoft Azure Stack”.  Yup – you will be able to bring into your own datacenters much of the same code base as Azure.  Remember those declarative files I described above?  You can deploy those same templates to your own infrastructure when you’ve implemented Microsoft Azure Stack. You’ll get the same experience as the Azure Resource Manager that lets you create and manage applications using declarative templates, apply RBAC rules, and tag resources.  I had Mark Russinovich and Jeffrey Snover on to talk about this concept:

  • Just how small is too small?  It’s never too small.  It’s taken years to get Jeffrey Snover’s pet project to where it could be publically discussed just before /build.  In my opinion, Nano Server stole the show at build – it blew people away.  But it was kind of a tease.  You had to have access to the bits.  Well at Microsoft Ignite – you got them, and the instructions on how to build your own custom micro sized server operating system based on the public Tech Preview #2.  My good friend Joey Snow sits down with Jeffrey on the CH9 interview stage.

  • There were a slew of Azure networking announcements that took place, I’ll group them together here loosely.  Things that caught my eye in the networking space? User Defined Routes gives you granular control of the traffic between machines and network infrastructure in your subscription and it’s hybrid connectivity (even ExpressRoute connected networks). ExpressRoute Premium offerings with unlimited access to OTHER azure regions as well as site-to-site VPN for failover scenarios. Lastly – with these changes comes the ability to support various3rd party software appliances to do things like Intrusion Detection, load balancing, custom handling, proxy and more… Want to know more details? Distinguishd Engineer Yousef Khalidi has you covered with his blog post.
  • One thing that made a splash at the end of the keynote on day one was a new “IT Management as a Service” style offering called Operations Management Suite.  It’s available to preview today and light it up on your on premises systems, cloud based systems, AWS servers or VMware servers – doesn’t matter where they are.  It delivers inner peace and heterogeneous cloud management.  Think of our years of management experience now put into a cloud services where you don’t have to maintain the underlying infrastructure. Once you sign up and deploy the agents – you will instantly start to get more insight into issues with your systems and guidance on how to resolve it.  We had Pierre Roman talk with Joseph Chan – principal program manager about what it means to IT Pros who are used to on-premises System Center.

As you can see – I’ve only given you my five top announcements and cool things for IT pros. We captured a bunch of them on the CH9 live interview stage – I’ve posted the relevant videos here in this post – but there are many more. Some were live streamed during the event – but a number of them are exclusive to those who discover them on CH9.

Go check them out!

Tuesdays with Corey: Corey’s top 6 Azure Pics from Microsoft Ignite

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Azure Compute team takes us through his top 6 Azure sessions from Microsoft Ignite.

6) Getting Started with Microsoft Azure IaaS
5) Evolve Your Network Infrastructure for Microsoft Azure Connectivity
4) Taking a Deep Dive into Microsoft Azure IaaS Capabilities
3) Update on Azure IaaS – Interview with Corey Sanders
2) Deploying and Running Linux and Non Microsoft Solution Stack on Azure
1) Windows Server & System Center Futures—Bring Azure to your Datacenter

Don’t forget – we’re always looking for Suggestions and Questions here in the comments section OR via twitter #AzureTwC. You never know – you might make it to an upcoming episode and be a virtual star of the show – like THIS one!

Post any questions, topic ideas or general conversation here in the comments OR online on via Twitter.

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Tuesdays With Corey: Live from Microsoft Ignite

Corey and I had a change to kick off the Live Stream for Microsoft Ignite interviews from the Channel 9 desk. We decided to make the interview a Tuesdays with Corey episode.  Check it out below!

Don’t forget – we’re always looking for Suggestions and Questions here in the comments section OR via twitter #AzureTwC. You never know – you might make it to an upcoming episode and be a virtual star of the show – like THIS one!

Post any questions, topic ideas or general conversation here in the comments OR online on via Twitter.

Thursday with Corey: Azure Resource Manager VM Templates Hackfest

Hey – It’s Conference month – we’ve got Build in SF and Microsoft Ignite in Chicago – we decided to bump Tuesdays with Corey to a Thursday with Corey this week.

Corey Sanders, Principal PM on the Azure Compute team takes us on a tour of a recent HackFest to create Azure VM Templates using the new API.

Don’t forget – we’re always looking for Suggestions and Questions here in the comments section OR via twitter #AzureTwC. You never know – you might make it to an upcoming episode and be a virtual star of the show – like THIS one!

Post any questions, topic ideas or general conversation here in the comments OR online on via Twitter.

Can’t make it to Microsoft Ignite? Here’s the details on the LiveStream

On a recent countdown show, we talked about the general format of the Live Stream. I thought it deserved a little more detail and highlights on the schedule.  Since I’m not presenting at Microsoft Ignite this year – my way of contributing during the event centers around this livestream.  I’ve been working overtime with my team to get the right people into the interview chair.

LiveStream

First off: WHERE do you catch it? simple. http://ignite.microsoft.com

Need a reminder? Here’s an ICS calendar reminder for ya.

WHAT is going on? Well – since the conference is just around the corner, I can share MOST of the details of what will be in the livestream. Some things I still can’t share, others I can’t give you too much granularity as of yet. Sorry – that’s just the way it is for now. 😉

Day 1 – May 4th.

This is the highly orchestrated day where we’re trying to hit new audiences with a new level of production Microsoft livestream broadcasts have seen before.  A whole lot of moving parts (some are still moving) in order to bring you the following:

  • Keynote Pre-Show
  • Mainstage keynote
  • Post-Keynote discussion
  • CH9 – Inside Identity and Deployment for Windows 10
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – Jeff Woolsey on the Microsoft Datacenter Platform vNext
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – View from the Azure CTO, Mark Russinovich
  • Keynote Pre-show
  • Showcase Keynote
  • Post-Keynote discussion and Wrap

Day 2 – May 5th

We’re hitting the Channel 9 Stage for the remainder of the conference. There will be some cool “recaps” that are produced / pre-recorded from the day before and a couple of folks you might know setting the stage and kicking things off with a cuppa coffee.

  • Daily Welcome / morning show
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – Corey Sanders and an update on Azure IaaS
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – The Endpoint Zone LIVE with Brad Anderson
  • CH9 – Containers on Windows, Azure and beyond with Taylor Brown
  • CH9 – Sharing Protected Information
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – SQL unplugged with Scott Klein
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – All Things DevOps with Donovan Brown
  • “hot room” session

Day 3 – May 6th

  • Daily Welcome / morning show
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – Microsoft’s Security and Assurance strategy in vNext with Anders Vinberg
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – <redacted – sorry>
  • CH9 – <redacted – sorry>
  • CH9 – Lead Architect’s vision on Server vNext with Jeffrey Snover
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – Microsoft Azure technology introspective with Mark Russinovich
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – Microsoft Intune and Mobile Application Management
  • “hot room” session

Day 4 – May 7th

  • Daily Welcome / morning show
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – Microsoft’s Storage Strategy & Capabilities in vNext
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – Microsoft’s Networking Strategy & Capabilities in vNext
  • CH9 – The Patch and Switch Show LIVE
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – Identity in Azure Active Directory
  • “hot room” session
  • CH9 – Linux and Open Source in Azure
  • “hot room” session
  • Microsoft Ignite recap

Day 5 – May 8th

  • Daily Welcome /Recap
  • “hot room” sessions

My top 10 “cloudy” sessions at Microsoft Ignite

Pssssst: I thought I’d share a little bit of insider information on sessions at Microsoft Ignite.

There is a logical flow you need to know about in order to get the best understanding of Microsoft’s strategy and vision for what’s important in the industry and on our roadmap. You can miss this if you dive into building a schedule based on topics that interest you or specific technologies you are working with on various projects. I thought I’d share this flow with you BEFORE I give you my top 10 must see “cloudy” sessions at Ignite.  Check out this graphic:

Strategy

  1. You start off with the Keynote – delivered by Satya Nadella. You can’t get much better then that for some inspiration and a vision, can you?
  2. Followed up by the Platform Vision and Strategy overview – by Mark Russinovich (CTO of Azure), Jeffrey Snover (Lead Architect for Server and System Center) and Jeremy Winter (Principal Group PM for System Center). Kind of has all the bases covered for a good On-Premises / Hybrid / Azure view.
  3. Deeper still into one of 7 different buckets of specific areas of technology.

Now you are primed up to get into the really deep stuff in those sessions that interest you the most. Let me give you my Top 10 “cloudy” sessions I am most definitely going to be checking out:

  1. Platform Vision and Strategy Overview: Bringing Microsoft Azure to Your Datacenter – Mark Russinovich, Jeffrey Snover and Jeremy Winter
    It’s the logical flow after the keynote for me, since I am interested in all things Infrastructure as it relates to On-Premises, Hybrid and Cloud.
  2. Evolve Your Network Infrastructure for Microsoft Azure Connectivity – Ganesh Srinivasan
    Customers always ask me about setting up VPN / High-Speed connectivity from their datacenters up to Azure. It’s a great way to get started in using cloud technologies. Whenever I have a question on Networking in Azure – Ganesh is the guy I ping internally at MSFT. He’s awesome.
  3. Getting Started with Microsoft Azure IaaS – Corey Sanders
    WHAT? A 200 level getting started session?  I thought Rick knew a lot about Azure, why is he taking this one? Well – Corey is a great speaker and he tends to put a lot of great tidbits into his sessions that lead me to other sessions I should take.
  4. Microsoft Azure and Its Competitors: The Big Picture – David Chappell
    David is an external industry leading speaker. He’s very polished and extremely knowledgeable about the cloud All Up. If you want to keep up with what is going on with Azure and all of it’s competitors – this is a Must-See session.
  5. Taking a deep dive into Microsoft Azure IaaS capabilities – Drew McDaniel & Mahesh Thiagarajan
    Drew and Mahesh are great as technical guys to talk to about how IaaS runs on Azure. This session will give you all the ins and outs about how to squeeze the most out of your virtual machines and get optimized workloads up and working in Azure.
  6. Automating Operational and Management Tasks Using Azure Automation – Beth Cooper & Chris Sanders
    I am all about automating my life and my systems. Makes things a lot easier. I’ve interviewed Beth before on the Azure Automation Gallery – she was great talking about all things automation. I am sure Beth and Chris will have some great stuff to share in the Automations world.
  7. Microsoft Azure Migration Roadmap – Nathan Muggli
    I have been called into a number of Datacenter migration projects lately and Nathan is the guy who can give you the inside scoop with what tools exist today and what’s coming down the pipe with regards to Migration. I am definitely taking this session in!
  8. Azure Site Recovery: Microsoft Azure As a Destination for Disaster Recovery – Manoj Jain
    More and more people are considering using cloud Datacenters as their second location for business continuity during the event of a disaster.  ASR gives you this capability and does a number of cool things based on what technologies you are using on-premises. Manoj works on the team who has been developing these technologies – can’t wait to hear what he has to say.
  9. Understanding Network Virtual Appliances – Yu-Shun Wang
    I’ve interviewed Yu-Shun before on networking all up. Here he dives into a new category of “things” that you can use in your Azure subscription. I’m a networking geek – I am intrigued.
  10. Managing Linux and Windows on Microsoft Azure with Chef – Kundana Palagiri
    Chef brings a very powerful capability of managing your systems at scale for configuration paired with deployment. They have been doing this for a while now in the OSS / Linux front – but they also do windows systems. I have come across a number of clients who are interested in shifting their Chef provisioned systems / applications over to Azure, so this session is a perfect fit to brush up on the capabilities this toolset has to offer!

That’s about it. As you can see – there is a natural progression of topics, paired up with areas of technologies that are relevant to my recent and upcoming projects as well as specialty areas that I want to dive deeper into. When I am not hosting technical interviews at the Channel 9 stage – I will most certainly be taking in these sessions. If you happen to see me in my Green Tilley Hat – say hi!

 


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