Opsgility Cloud Readiness Blog

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Microsoft Azure – Security Center Partner Integration

Being very ‘partner-centric’ has always been core to Microsoft’s success. This has never been more true than in the cloud era. Microsoft’s biggest bet and largest platform is, of course, Azure, and it will certainly take partners of all kinds to help Microsoft win in this market. A great example of this close relationship with […]

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Latest update and roadmap for Opsgility.com

The team has been as busy as Christmas elves over the last few months preparing a ton of new features and online courses for the cloud. In this post, I’ll do my best to give you a quick summary of all the fantastic things the team has been building. Teams and Learning Paths for Business […]

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Come and meet us at Microsoft Ignite!

The Opsgility team will be at Ignite!!! Stop by the expo hall (booth #134) to discuss some of the many options we have available to prepare your company for the Microsoft Cloud! Enterprise readiness takes time to plan, if you would like to schedule a meeting ahead of time contact us at info@opsgility.com. Let us […]

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Raspberry Pi GPIO Pin Reference

Microsoft Azure IoT Suite can be used to build extremely scalable Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. With any IoT solution the cloud platform is only half of what needs to be built. The other half resides on physical IoT hardware devices such as a Raspberry Pi that are connected to some combination of sensors and / or […]

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Can an Azure Resource Manager policy be overridden?

Azure Resource Manager (ARM) policies are a powerful governance capability that allows administrators to accomplish many things, such as: Define a ‘service catalog’ (which services may be created) Control the Azure regions in which resources may be deployed Enforce the use of ARM tags on resources etc. The use cases for ARM policies is limited […]

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