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18 specific azure security tips.
 
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talk: secureworld boston 2017 #swbos17- using public cloud platforms to increase enterprise security https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2017/03/23/talk-secureworld-boston-2017-swbos17-using-public-cloud-platforms-to-increase-enterprise-security/
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talk: iot has a dark side; #azure dns can help; happy 7th bday @bostonazure https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2016/10/27/talk-iot-has-a-dark-side-azure-dns-can-help-happy-7th-bday-bostonazure/
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get to know sql server 2016 / business intelligence / azure http://www.meetup.com/nesqlug/events/231541112/
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are you missing an assembly reference? why, yes i am. so kind of you to ask. https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2013/08/31/are-you-missing-an-assembly-reference-why-yes-i-am-so-kind-of-you-to-ask/
three types of scaling in the cloud: scale up, scale out, and now scale side-by-side (with juxtaposition scaling) https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2010/07/27/three-types-of-scaling-in-the-cloud-scale-up-scale-out-and-now-scale-side-by-side-with-juxtaposition-scaling/
stupid azure trick #3 – create a dev virtual machine in windows azure https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2014/01/31/stupid-azure-trick-3-create-a-dev-virtual-machine-in-windows-azure-2/
stupid azure trick #2 – how do i create a new organizational account on windows azure active directory without any existing accounts or ea? https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2014/01/24/stupid-azure-trick-2-how-do-i-create-a-new-organizational-account-on-windows-azure-active-directory-without-any-existing-accounts-or-ea/
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coding out loud yes, another noisy coder… menu skip to content homeabout bio speaker bio cloud architecture patterns (book) devpartners (consulting) other azure blogs talk: spy vs. spy (sql server vs. sql #azure sql db) at @northbtownazure last night i spoke at the north boston azure cloud group, where the topic was azure sql database – not just a cloud version of sql server. so much of the talk was interactive — a really high-energy discussion — big thanks to jason for hosting me and to the group for a great conversation. here’s the deck i used: comparing-azure-sql-database-and-sql-server-north-boston-azure-28-mar-2017-bill-wilder and here is some of the cli 2.0 action, including the last line to clean up a resource group: az login az account set --subscription mysubscriptionname ./show-resourcegroup-contents.sh nbazure z group delete -n nbazure --no-wait advertisements share this:twittergooglefacebookmoreredditlinkedinprintemaillike this:like loading... this entry was posted in azure, bill gave a talk, programming on march 29, 2017 by bill wilder. talk: my two talks from the 27th @bostoncodecamp: 1. mfa & 2. #azure security tips #boscc leave a reply today the amazing boston technology community put on their 27th boston code camp. as usual, there were tons of great talks. i presented twice. materials are below. talk #1: 2fa, mfa, 2sa, otp, rfp, omg, wtf? how mfa works.  deck #1: bostoncodecamp27-mfa-billwilder-2017-mar-25 talk #2: 18 specific azure security tips.  deck #2: bostoncodecamp27-18azuresecuritytips-billwilder-2017-mar-25 share this:twittergooglefacebookmoreredditlinkedinprintemaillike this:like loading... this entry was posted in programming on march 25, 2017 by bill wilder. talk: secureworld boston 2017 #swbos17- using public cloud platforms to increase enterprise security 1 reply spoke earlier today at secureworld boston on using public cloud platforms to increase enterprise security. deck is below: secureworld boston 2017 – bill wilder – improving enterprise security with the public cloud – published share this:twittergooglefacebookmoreredditlinkedinprintemaillike this:like loading... this entry was posted in bill gave a talk, programming on march 23, 2017 by bill wilder. talk: #azure cloud platform – guest lecture for zoran’s harvard class leave a reply thanks zoran for having me back again this year as a guest lecturer to help ensure your students don’t think aws is the only cloud in the sky! here is the deck i went (partially) through: harvard-28-oct-2016 at the end i attempted to show how i could use the cli from my macbook to clean up all my demo resources at once by deleting the containing resource group. it failed because i got the syntax wrong. i was typing something like azure resource delete zoran, but ‘resource’ should have been ‘group’ and i failed to realize that at the time. i ran the correct command when i got home and it worked better. here is my evidence… 🙂 in case folks were wondering, the powershell command equivalent to azure group delete is: remove-azurermresourcegroup the patterns i dug into are discussed in my book in chapters 2 (horizontal scaling) and 3 (queue pattern): share this:twittergooglefacebookmoreredditlinkedinprintemaillike this:like loading... this entry was posted in programming on october 28, 2016 by bill wilder. talk: iot has a dark side; #azure dns can help; happy 7th bday @bostonazure leave a reply boston azure is 7 years old! at today’s october boston azure meeting, we celebrated turning 7 years old, and had two talks. i presented one talk related to the dyn ddos outage from friday oct 21, which illustrated the dark side of iot since it was used to power a huge ddos attack on dyn, taking down netflix, github, spotify, and lots of other sites as collateral damage. in my talk i explained some of the background and how we addressed it with azure dns. here’s the deck for the “iot has a dark side” talk: boston-azure-iot-dyn-azure-dns-thu-27-oct-2016 jim o’neil provides some resource relating to his talk. there are listed as a comment on the meeting page (scroll below the meeting description page to comments – meetup.com does not allow changing a meeting description after the meeting begins, so amendments tend to be as comments). and here’s a photo of the evening – taken by @jimoneil (jim), showing (l->r) mark (@mheisenberg), i’m in the middle (@codingoutloud), and @nazik_huq (nazik huq) – all who have helped @bostonazure (boston azure) thrive through the years. and not to forget about some others who were not present – like @georgebabey (george babey), @haleyjason (jason haley), michael stiefel, and @squdgy (maura wilder) – who have all deserve credit for the success of the group through the years. and finally, here’s jim, the event’s featured speaker and the photographer and tweeter of the above photo. i think this photo was taken by @nazik_huq (nazik huq). share this:twittergooglefacebookmoreredditlinkedinprintemaillike this:like loading... this entry was posted in azure, bill gave a talk, programming on october 27, 2016 by bill wilder. talk: azure sql database – not just a cloud version of sql server 1 reply earlier today i presented at the get to know sql server 2016 / business intelligence / azure event at 1cc. my talk was “azure sql database: not just a cloud version of sql server” to an inquisitive cambridge audience. my deck is here: azure sql database – not just a cloud version of sql server – nesql -june-24-2016 – bill wilder – posted the powershell script i demo’d is included in the gist referenced below. share this:twittergooglefacebookmoreredditlinkedinprintemaillike this:like loading... this entry was posted in azure, bill gave a talk, cloud computing, programming on june 24, 2016 by bill wilder. talk: comparing azure sql database and sql server leave a reply i spoke tonight at the new england sql server group to a large audience of feisty sql experts. thanks for all the tough questions. and thanks to george for backing me up on questions i couldn’t answer. abstract: the microsoft azure cloud platform offers a service called azure sql database. how does this compare to sql server, the venerable boxed product so many dbas have come to know and love? in this talk from long-time azure mvp bill wilder, we will look at similarities and differences. we will also briefly talk about complementary data storage sources that may also interest dbas. at the end of the talk, you will understand the big picture of database options in the cloud, how azure sql database is positioned and stacks up relative to sql, and leave with an appreciation of key scenarios where it might make sense to use one over the other. one thing i didn’t get to work was the powershell cleanup at the end. i ran it later and here is the code (the last line is the one i botched during the demo): add-azurermaccount # then log in interactively, including with 2fa 🙂 select-azurermsubscription -subscriptionname myazuresubsriptionnamehere get-azurermsubscription # optional find-azurermresource -resourcegroupnamecontains sqltest # optional remove-azurermresourcegroup -name sqltest -force for those interested, here is the deck: comparing azure sql database and sql server – ne sql – 13-apr-2016 – bill wilder – posted share this:twittergooglefacebookmoreredditlinkedinprintemaillike this:like loading... this entry was posted in azure, bill gave a talk, cloud computing, programming on april 13, 2016 by bill wilder. post navigation ← older posts bill wilder bill wilder - experienced developer and architect focused on helping individuals and companies succeed in the cloud using the azure cloud platform. search for: random blog post random blog post subscribe subscribe by email enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 1,474 other followers bill wrote a bookthe book explains concepts and patterns helpful in understanding how to architect applications to be cloud-native bill is a windows azure mvpone of around 110 such mvps in the world, as awarded by microsoft due to deep expertise and willingness to share with the community bill works for devpartnersdevelopment partners software corporation (devpartners for short) is a boutique, cloud-focused consulting & training company where bill is principal consultant bill founded boston azurebill is the founder and one of the current leaders of the boston azure user group, the oldest such community group in the world (since oct 2009) top posts are you missing an assembly reference? why, yes i am. so kind of you to ask. three types of scaling in the cloud: scale up, scale out, and now scale side-by-side (with juxtaposition scaling) stupid azure trick #3 – create a dev virtual machine in windows azure stupid azure trick #2 – how do i create a new organizational account on windows azure active directory without any existing accounts or ea? three ways to tell if a .net assembly (dll) has strong name social media @codingoutloud google+ profile linkedin codingoutloud tweets rt @anbenedetti: #globalazure: we currently / simultaneously have a total of 250 events! cheers from italy! #azure /cc @msdev_ita @markrus… 1 day ago watching @jmpdatasci talk about #ml and sanddance.ms at @bostonazure #globalazure bootcamp 1 day ago @jmpdatasci 3rd floor 1 day ago @jmpdatasci 345 1 day ago @jmpdatasci thanks jp - actually even later would make sense - 3:30 1 day ago boston azure tweets rt @codingoutloud: watching @jmpdatasci talk about #ml and sanddance.ms at @bostonazure #globalazure bootcamp 1 day ago rt @mikewo: creating arm templates for your @azure solutions? 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