Getting started with Azure Functions using Python

Azure Functions is an event driven serverless compute solution that lets you to execute your code without provisioning or managing the infrastructure to support it. "Functions" are blocks of code that can be executed when you need to respond to specific events. As the number of requests increase, Azure Functions automatically allocates as many resources … Continue reading Getting started with Azure Functions using Python

Provision a Virtual Machine in Azure using Python

A couple weeks ago I demonstrated how you could deploy a Python application to Azure App Services but other than application development, what else can you do with Python in Azure? Over the next couple weeks I'll look at some of the different ways Python can be used in Azure from Serverless to Machine Learning. … Continue reading Provision a Virtual Machine in Azure using Python

Deploy your first Go Application to Azure App Service

In my last blog post I demonstrated how you can deploy a Python Flask application from GitHub to Azure App Service, but what if your application isn't written in a language or framework with first class support in Azure App Service? In this post I'll demonstrate how you can deploy a simple Go application from … Continue reading Deploy your first Go Application to Azure App Service

Deploy your first Python Flask application to Azure App Service

Azure App Service is one of my favorite Azure Services!  It enables you to host web applications, mobile back ends, and RESTful APIs using the programming language of your choice without managing the infrastructure behind it. It provides auto-scaling and high availability, supports Windows and Linux, and enables automated deployments from any Git repo or … Continue reading Deploy your first Python Flask application to Azure App Service

Threat Hunting with Azure Sentinel

Traditionally, threat hunting has been a manual process in which security team members proactively search and analyze various data sources to detect and isolate potential threats. Azure Sentinel provides powerful search and query tools to proactively hunt for security threats across an organization's data sources, helping you look for new anomalies that weren't detected by … Continue reading Threat Hunting with Azure Sentinel

Getting Started with Azure Sentinel: Part 2

In my previous blog post, I covered getting started with Azure Sentinel, including how to configure and connect it to a data source.  This week I want to talk about the Kusto Query Language (KQL), Azure Workbooks and Playbooks.  Let’s get started with KQL. Kusto Query Language The Kusto Query Language (KQL) is a read-only … Continue reading Getting Started with Azure Sentinel: Part 2