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bill wilder https://blog.codingoutloud.com/author/codingoutloud/
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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secureworld boston 2017 – bill wilder – improving enterprise security with the public cloud – published https://codingoutloud.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/secureworld-boston-2017-bill-wilder-improving-enterprise-security-with-the-public-cloud-published.pptx
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https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2017/03/23/talk-secureworld-boston-2017-swbos17-using-public-cloud-platforms-to-increase-enterprise-security/
bill wilder https://blog.codingoutloud.com/author/codingoutloud/
talk: #azure cloud platform – guest lecture for zoran’s harvard class https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2016/10/28/talk-azure-cloud-platform-guest-lecture-for-zorans-harvard-class/
leave a reply https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2016/10/28/talk-azure-cloud-platform-guest-lecture-for-zorans-harvard-class/#respond
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bill wilder https://blog.codingoutloud.com/author/codingoutloud/
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/
leave a reply https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2016/10/27/talk-iot-has-a-dark-side-azure-dns-can-help-happy-7th-bday-bostonazure/#respond
today’s october boston azure meeting https://www.meetup.com/bostonazure/events/232137846/
boston-azure-iot-dyn-azure-dns-thu-27-oct-2016 https://codingoutloud.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/boston-azure-iot-dyn-azure-dns-thu-27-oct-2016.pptx
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mark (@mheisenberg) http://@mheisenberg
@codingoutloud https://twitter.com/codingoutloud
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@georgebabey (george babey) https://twitter.com/georgebabey
@haleyjason (jason haley) https://twitter.com/haleyjason
michael stiefel http://www.reliablesoftware.com/bio.html
@squdgy (maura wilder) https://twitter.com/squdgy
jim https://twitter.com/jimoneil
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bill wilder https://blog.codingoutloud.com/author/codingoutloud/
older posts https://blog.codingoutloud.com/page/2/
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random blog post https://blog.codingoutloud.com/?random
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- https://bitly.com/billbook
- http://mvp.microsoft.com/en-us/mvp/bill%20wilder-4030536
- http://www.devpartners.com
- http://www.bostonazure.org
three ways to tell if a .net assembly (dll) has strong name https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2010/03/13/three-ways-to-tell-whether-an-assembly-dl-is-strong-named/
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/
azure faq: can i write to the file system on windows azure? https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2011/06/12/azure-faq-can-i-write-to-the-file-system-on-windows-azure/
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/
azure faq: how frequently is the clock on my windows azure vm synchronized? https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2011/08/25/azure-faq-how-frequently-is-the-clock-on-my-windows-azure-vm-synchronized/
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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: azure security toolbox at boston azure leave a reply last night’s boston azure meeting featured marija strazdas from @alertlogic who spoke about the shared security model for security in the cloud. i also showed in more detail some of the tools that azure provides to help customers with their side of the responsibility model including some with azure sql db, storage, keyvault, and azure security center. here are the slides i presented (though i didn’t get through most of them). edit: here is the deck presented by marija strazdas from @alertlogic who spoke about the shared security model for security in the cloud: alert logic azure security presentation you can find @bostonazure on twitter, and feel free to join us on slack. share this:twittergooglefacebookmoreredditlinkedinprintemaillike this:like loading... this entry was posted in bill gave a talk, boston azure user group and tagged security on july 12, 2017 by bill wilder. talk: when not to use powershell with azure 1 reply today at powershell in action i spoke twice about not going too far in your powershell when managing azure resources. the point of the talks wasn’t really that using powershell is bad/wrong, more that it might not be the best tool for the job in certain scenarios. in particular, an arm template is a powerful modeling tool in support of a “no pets” policy, which is interesting to consider as your cloud environments grow more complex while also wanting to make environments easier to manage. another benefit stems from keeping the arm template itself as an “infrastructure as code” artifact that can be used to document – and, more to the point, as executable documentation – for stamping out environments predictably. and still another feature: the arm runtime handles a lot of the complex parts that could come by trying to script one resource at a time via imperative powershell scripts – for example, error recovery and retries. the deck is on the event shared github repo.  there are lots of otherpowershelly resources on that repo that you may find worth checking out. (added 03-june) for those of you who attended my advanced session, when i attempted to clean up at the end using remove-azurermresourcegroupdeployment, my powershell command had an error in it. here is the correct version. in the first screen shot i show how to ascertain the correct value for  the first the parameter using get-azurermresourcegroupdeployment. remove-azurermresourcegroupdeployment `    -name microsoft.template -resourcegroupname k1 once that powershell command executed, all 8 resources associated with that deployment were removed (deleted, and billing stopped). ta da! hope to see all you locals at boston azure (@bostonazure) in the future for more azurey action. share this:twittergooglefacebookmoreredditlinkedinprintemaillike this:like loading... this entry was posted in azure, bill gave a talk, cloud computing, devops, events, itpro, programming on june 2, 2017 by bill wilder. 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 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. 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 subscribesubscribe by email enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 1,515 other followers bill wrote a bookthe book explains concepts and patterns helpful in understanding how to architect applications to be cloud-nativebill 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 communitybill works for devpartnersdevelopment partners software corporation (devpartners for short) is a boutique, cloud-focused consulting & training company where bill is principal consultantbill 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 three ways to tell if a .net assembly (dll) has strong name are you missing an assembly reference? 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