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Azure Firewall Role-Based Access Control

Role-based access control in Azure allows you to control fine-grained permissions to specific resources. In the scenario of controlling Azure Firewall, you would need to have custom role definition to give which permission to whom. In this article, let’s have … Continue reading

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Azure Firewall (Public Preview) Automation – Part 3

In  the previous article, we played a bit more advanced with PowerShell to pull over 1,000 malicious hosts from MDL (Malware Domain List) and then created Azure Firewall application rules accordingly. To get the list being up-to-date state, you may … Continue reading

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Azure Firewall (Public Preview) Automation – Part 2

The previous article gave you all available cmdlets used to create and manage Azure Firewall (Public Preview) resources along with its configuration (application and network rule). In this article, we will look into a bit more advanced script specifically focused … Continue reading

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Azure Firewall (Public Preview) Automation – Part 1

When it comes to automation, there are number of scenarios which come to your mind. It may be simply using PowerShell to manage your Azure Firewall (e.g. getting Azure Firewall resources information, retrieving rule collection, adding a new rule or … Continue reading

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Azure Firewall Monitoring 101

My last article was to give you an overview of Azure Firewall – a managed firewall service Microsoft recently announced in public preview, and also guidance on how to set it up. There have been some positive feedbacks along with … Continue reading

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Quick look at Azure Firewall

When you’ve heard of cloud firewall, it’d be often referred to a back-end hardware based firewall to protect underlying cloud infrastructure from network attack. Azure Firewall is not an exceptional one. First time getting introduced, you’d think it’s kind of … Continue reading

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