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Technical Method To Disable SSL 3.0 In Azure Machines

[fusion_text]Security is the ultimate goal of Microsoft Azure as customers want a highly protected environment for work. SSL 3.0 was a major vulnerability observed in Azure machines and websites.

Using MySQL Sys Schema To Optimize A Database

MySQL sys schema is fully functional in Azure Database for MySQL 5.7 and it allows customers to troubleshoot performance issues due to the availability of performance and information schema.

How To Enable A CDN Endpoint In Azure Websites

Azure Content Delivery Network is a reliable and fast service for sending audio, images, and videos all over the world. The reliability of the service depends on the servers present around the globe that send content to the nearest node of the relevant user.

Improved performance in Azure VPN Gateways

Recently Microsoft introduced a new generation of VPN gateways that offer a 6-times better performance, reliability, and scalability at the same price. These features are highly beneficial for mission-critical workloads as well as for cross-premises and cross-region VPN performance.

Enhance security of Azure Storage

Azure Storage account users can now benefit from “Secure Transfer Required” option which enhances the security of their accounts by only allowing requests to the account from secure connections.

Detect and prevent Petya ransomware in Azure Security Center

Petya ransomware infection that originated in Ukraine affected a great deal of Windows machines worldwide and highlighted the sophisticated malware behavior in 64 countries. This article outlines basic measures that Azure users can take to detect and prevent this threat via Azure Security Center.

Azure Migrate – Azure Migration Assistant

Azure Migrate is a new service which helps users to get better insights and guidance to assist in migrating to Azure. Until now the service has been in a limited preview that draw positive feedback and Microsoft recently made it broadly available and there is no need to request access anymore.

Get Notified Of Azure Service Incidents

Azure service incidents may impact customer resources and it is critical customers are equipped to mitigate the potential harm by following the guidelines provided by Azure.

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