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· 5 min read
Hasan Gural

Many organizations seek to understand the cost impact when they want to use Azure Defender For Cloud (ADfC). I have been working on price estimates when I need to enable Azure Defender for Cloud services for specific resources in a tenant. However, I developed a PowerShell script that estimates the overall cost according to the ADfC resource coverage per subscription that does not include all estimation options.

Microsoft recently released a new Price Estimation Dashboard using the Azure Resource Graph and Resource metrics in order to provide a forecast for the candidate of ADfC Customers.

· 4 min read
Hasan Gural

If you haven't already used kind for deploying local Kubernetes, I strongly suggest you explore it and use it for testing the Kubernetes cluster itself. In this article, I am not going to dive into kind tool because this article is not intented to focus on this. If you are willing to learn kind tool, please search on the blog and get practice on it.

We will be primarily focusing how we can connect kind kubernetes cluster to Azure Arc. As you know, this demonstration is not for production usage but it will give you insights when you have connected kubernetes cluster to Azure Arc.

· 3 min read
Hasan Gural

You might be managing a very complex or non-complex environment in your organization. At some point, your organization would probably have Azure Resources such as Public IP Address(s), Network Security Group(s), Traffic Manager, Virtual Network Peerings, VPN Gateway(s), etc.

I have seen this challenge in many Azure Environments. The leading question is, what is the attack surface of my organization, that can be exploited by an attacker. Identifying this type of endpoint can be complex sometimes. For all kind of these questions, we will claim the help of the Network Security Dashboard from Microsoft Azure.