Cloud computing is heterogeneously broad, relating to variety of software services to hardware infrastructure. Nevertheless, people are still following the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), defining three service models:
Last month at the Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 in Microsoft Singapore, I presented with folks several security practices along with applying defense in depth strategy to secure your Azure IaaS deployment. In the presentation, I shared four security principles I have found myself during the time working with computer.
Last year I participated in Singapore Global Azure Bootcamp 2016 as a speaker, talking about planning and deploying SharePoint 2013 on Microsoft Azure. This year should not be a difference from my speaking engagement perspective, as I will also be speaking at the Singapore Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 in Microsoft Singapore. This year is not going to be SharePoint deployment on Microsoft Azure as last time, but the topic is much more interesting I believe so. I will be talking about security principles to designing a secure Azure IaaS in which I will apply Government Cloud model. I’ve been still supporting my companies in public sector, primarily architecting and contributing to troubleshooting large SharePoint farms.