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Import Multiple Images to Dataverse Image Column: Power Automate

https://ahmedsalih.blog/blog/f/import-multiple-images-to-dataverse-image-column-power-automate

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Import Multiple Images to Dataverse Image Column Using Power Automate

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTFNmtRkomo

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Dataverse: Create Custom Integration To Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL

In a world where integration is common to do. Especially, because clouds is a common term, for sure, there are requests to integrate Dataverse with another DB (for reporting, or other system process purposes). Today, we will learn how to create Dataverse Plugins to do CUD (Create, Update, and Delete) to PostgreSQL Db. Let’s go … Continue reading "Dataverse: Create Custom Integration To Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL"

https://temmyraharjo.wordpress.com/2024/07/20/dataverse-create-custom-integration-to-azure-cosmos-db-for-postgresql/

Published on: 2 hours ago

Recovery options for Azure Virtual Machines (VM) affected by CrowdStrike Falcon agent

We are aware of an issue that started on 19 July 2024 at 04:09UTC, which resulted in customers experiencing unresponsiveness and startup failures on Windows machines using the CrowdStrike Falcon agent, affecting both on-premises and various cloud platforms.  

CrowdStrike has released a public statement on Windows Sensor Update - crowdstrike.com addressing the matter, and it includes recommended steps for a workaround. For environments specific to Azure, further instructions are provided below: 
 
Recovery Option:  


We have noticed that some Azure VMs are successfully updating via the CrowdStrike Falcon agent after multiple manual Virtual Machine restarts. Customers can attempt to do so as follows: 

  • Using the Azure Portal - attempting 'Restart' on affected VMs 

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/cli/azure/vm?view=azure-cli-latest#az-vm-restart 

Please note in some cases multiple reboots may be required. Usually, the reboot of instance allows the CrowdStrike Falcon agent to update successfully. If a reboot doesn't resolve the issue, then leverage additional recovery options to resolve the issue. 

 

Additional options for recovery: 

 

Option 1: 

We recommend customers that can restore from a backup, preferably from before 19 July 2024 at 04:09UTC, when this faulty update started rolling out. 

 

Option 2:  

Customers can attempt to remove the C-00000291*.sys file on the disk directly and potentially not need to perform detach and reattach disc. 

Open Azure AZ CLI and run the following steps :

 

1.Create rescue VM with 

// Creates a rescue VM, same size as the original VM in the same region. Asks for Username and password.  

// Makes a copy of the OS Disk of the problem VM 

// Attaches the OS Disk as Data disk to the Rescue VM 

//az vm repair create -g {your-resource-group} -n {vm-name} --verbose 

"az vm repair create -g RGNAME -n VMNAME -- verbose" 

 **NOTE: For encrypted VM run the following command:** 

"az vm repair create -g RGNAME -n BROKENVMNAME --unlock-encrypted-vm --verbose" 

 

2.Then run: 

// Runs the mitigation script on the Rescue VM which fixes the problem (on the os-disk copy attached as a data disk) 

//az vm repair run -g {your-resource-group} -n {vm-name} --run-id win-crowdstrike-fix-bootloop -verbose 

"az vm repair run -g RGNAME -n BROKENVMNAME -- run-id win-crowdstrike-fix-bootloop -- run-on-repair -- verbose" 

 

3.Final step is to run: 

// Removes the Fixed OS-Disk Copy from the rescue VM 

// Stops the problem VM but it is not deallocated 

// Attaches the fixed OS-Disk to the original VM 

// Starts the original VM 

// Gives prompts to delete the repair vm 

//az vm repair restore -g {your-resource-group} -n {vmname} --verbose 

"az vm repair restore -g RGNAME -n BROKENVMNAME" --verbose 

Note: These steps would work for both managed and unmanaged disks. In case, if you run into capacity issues, please retry after some time. 

 

Option 3:  

Customers can attempt repairs on the OS disk by following these instructions: 

Troubleshoot a Windows VM by attaching the OS disk to a repair VM through the Azure portal 

Once the disk is attached, customers can attempt to delete the following file: 

Windows/System32/Drivers/CrowdStrike/C-00000291*.sys 

The disk can then be attached and re-attached to the original VM. 

 

Note:We can confirm the affected update has been pulled by CrowdStrike. Customers that are continuing to experience issues should reach out to CrowdStrike for additional assistance. 

Additionally, we're continuing to investigate additional mitigation options for customers and will share more information as it becomes known. 

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/azure-compute-blog/recovery-options-for-azure-virtual-machines-vm-affected-by/ba-p/4196798

Published on: 9 hours ago

Here is what you should do with images from SHAREPOINT

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7iD6huA2Nk

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Create flowcharts using Copilot for free

Create professional Flow Chart using Copilot. Get the steps from Copilot and create the actual flowchart using Mermaid Software. Related videos Stop using PowerPoint for flowcharts and infographics – Use Visio – free with Office 365 Create Organization Charts – Part 1 – using PowerPoint Create Organization Charts – Part 2 – Excel and Visio […]

The post Create flowcharts using Copilot for free appeared first on Efficiency 365.

https://efficiency365.com/2024/07/20/create-flowcharts-using-copilot-for-free/

Published on: 11 hours ago

Web resource method does not exist in Dynamics 365 CE

Got the below error while working on Onload of Account record JavaScript in Microsoft Dynamics 365 CE. Script Error One of the scripts for this record has caused an error. For more details, download the log file. Web resource method does not exist: onLoadSession Id: d98076f7-6ddf-4aed-b0cb-8aae086c17c2Correlation Id: 8bb7a596-38fc-4ba0-b532-9e032d3a2c59Event Name: onloadFunction Name: onLoadWeb Resource Name: ap_account.jsSolution … Continue reading Web resource method does not exist in Dynamics 365 CE

https://arunpotti.com/2024/07/20/web-resource-method-does-not-exist-in-dynamics-365-ce/

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Power BI Matrix Visual Make it Look Like a Table Visual | Power BI Tips and Tricks

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFZ5j2kx9jw

Published on: 13 hours ago

Use DAX time intelligence functions in Power BI | PL-300 Tutorial | Ep -24 #powerbi #pl300 #dax

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zZ_GflNzcI

Published on: 14 hours ago

Dynamic Navigation Menu Using Power BI Filters

If you're looking to take your Power BI navigation to the next level, this tutorial is just what you need. Here, you'll learn how to create a dynamic navigation menu using filters, revolutionizing the user experience inside your Power BI reports. By building this ultimate navigation menu, your audience will be able to easily and intuitively interact with your data.

The tutorial provides a step-by-step guide, complete with screenshots, to guide you through the process of creating your own dynamic navigation menu. With plenty of options available within Power BI, the tutorial delves into which features are needed to create an efficient and user-friendly menu.

Whether you're a seasoned Power BI user or just starting out, this tutorial is a great way to take your reporting to the next level and enhance the impact of your data.

To see it in action, be sure to check out the full video tutorial available at the bottom of the blog post.

The post Dynamic Navigation Menu Using Power BI Filters appeared first on Enterprise DNA.

https://blog.enterprisedna.co/dynamic-navigation-menu-using-power-bi-filters/

Published on: 15 hours ago

Power BI Experience 03

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4E3XjS7ffNQ

Published on: 16 hours ago

Use cases of Advanced Network Observability for your Azure Kubernetes Service clusters

Introduction 

Advanced Network Observability is the inaugural feature of the Advanced Container Networking Services (ACNS) suite bringing the power of Hubble’s control plane to both Cilium and Non-Cilium Linux data planes. It unlocks Hubble metrics, Hubble’s command line interface (CLI) and the Hubble user interface (UI) on your AKS clusters providing deep insights into your containerized workloads. Advanced Network Observability empowers customers to precisely detect and root-cause network related issues in a Kubernetes cluster.  

VamsiKalapala_0-1721421305197.png

 

Prerequisites 

This blog will focus on ACNS enabled on Azure Kubernetes Service cluster with Azure Managed Prometheus and Grafana enabled.  

VamsiKalapala_1-1721421305200.png

Before setting up AKS, ensure that you have an Azure account and subscription, with permissions that allow you to create resource groups and deploy AKS clusters. Follow instructions in this guide to setup an AKS cluster and run the scenarios below.  

High level steps: 

  1. Create AKS Cluster 
  1. Enable Advanced Container Networking Services on this cluster 
  1. Create and attach Azure managed Prometheus and Grafana 
  1. Install Hubble CLI on your local machine following these instructions. 
  1. Deploy Hubble UI Component on this cluster following these instructions. 

 

Concepts

 

Cilium: Cilium is an open source, cloud native solution for providing, securing, and observing network connectivity between workloads, fueled by the revolutionary Kernel technology eBPF. 

Hubble: Hubble is a fully distributed networking and security observability platform. It is built on top of Cilium and eBPF to enable deep visibility into the communication and behavior of services as well as the networking infrastructure in a completely transparent manner. 

Retina:  Retina is a cloud-agnostic, open-source eBPF based Kubernetes Network Observability platform, it is the technology behind advanced network observability in non-Cilium Linux nodes. 

 

Customer Scenario 1: Domain Name Server (DNS) intermittent failures  

Ruling out Domain Name Server (DNS) issues is the first step for any major network issue. Having powerful visibility into Domain Name Server (DNS) requests/responses at a detailed pod level enables faster incident resolution and cloud cost optimization. With Advanced Observability, customers can not only view requests and responses by type and fully qualified domain name (FQDN), but they can also see error codes returned to requests, IP addresses returned in response for a given request and much more.   

Retina uses eBPF programs to examine every DNS request and response packet in the Linux kernel and pass the packet and its metadata to the user space program. Here, the metadata is further processed to extract returned IPs in DNS response packets. All this metadata is used to produce relevant metrics that show status both at node level and pod level.  

This is an example of how Advanced metrics can help you. DNS latency, errors and timeouts are hard to troubleshoot and can cause severe application issues. But our dashboards make it easier for DevOps engineers to detect and fix DNS problems. The dashboard panel below shows a sudden rise in missing DNS responses within the cluster, the most common DNS errors, and which nodes have the most errors.  

VamsiKalapala_2-1721421305203.png

 

The dashboard shows a summary of all DNS activities in the cluster – what kinds of queries lack responses, what’s the most common query and most common response. All this information can help administrators prevent possible problems with usage and security, and act to reduce them.  

VamsiKalapala_3-1721421305211.png

Customer Scenario 2: Network Policy Drops at Pod level  

Debugging network policies in large, intricate clusters with multiple namespaces can be a daunting task, especially when there are numerous network policies per namespace. To address this challenge, the network policy addon leverages eBPF in Linux to collect crucial information about dropped packets. By attaching kprobes at various critical locations in the Linux kernel, such as the netfilter drop function and the netfilter nat function, the network policy addon effectively determines if a packet is being dropped.  

When a dropped packet is detected, the associated eBPF programs generate an event that includes packet metadata, along with the drop reason and location. This event is then processed by a userspace program, which parses the data and converts it into Prometheus metrics. These metrics offer valuable insights into the dropped packets, aiding in the identification and resolution of network policy configuration issues.  

Let’s walk through an example and see how pod-level metrics and flows can help debug packet drops in a cluster. Below is a snapshot of a workload running in AKS cluster. The panel shows a heatmap of the pods running as part of a deployment, and the number of packets originating from those pods being dropped. This panel is very useful, because this lets administrations know there is a problem in real-time, and the pod being impacted. The panel also immediately shows the reason for the drop – “policy_denied”, indicating the drops are happening because of a networking policy applied in the cluster.  

 

VamsiKalapala_4-1721421305215.png

 

To dig deeper, we can leverage the Hubble CLI tool to inspect flows in real time. The below snapshot shows how we can filter traffic using namespace and type. Hubble cli will show the source and destination pods of the packets being dropped, helping us narrow down the policy even further.  

VamsiKalapala_5-1721421305230.png

Another tool user can use is the Hubble UI, which shows traffic flows occurring for a namespace. Below, we see the pods in agnhost namespace interacting with other pods in the same namespace as well as pods in different namespaces. Also, it’s receiving packets from outside the cluster. The UI also shows which packets are getting dropped, and the details include source and destination pod names, as well as pod and namespace labels. Using this information, we can dig through network policies applied in the cluster and identify the offending policy quickly.  

 

VamsiKalapala_6-1721421305237.png

 

Customer Scenario 3: Imbalance of traffic for pods within a workload  

Pods fronted by a service expects an even distribution of traffic when a request reaches the service. However, that may not always be the case. Faulty settings can introduce subtle distribution bugs, and this may only manifest when the application performance degrades even when scaling up the workload.   

Retina deploys eBPF programs that attaches itself at various interfaces in the Linux kernel and observes all TCP/UDP packets flowing through the node. This allows Retina to generate rich pod level L4 metrics which can show, among other things, traffic distribution amongst all the pods under a workload (deployment for example).  

The panel below shows the heatmap of incoming and outgoing traffic of pods under a workload. As evident, one of the three pods is receiving a higher volume of traffic that the other two. Administrators can be proactive and help mitigate this issue before application performance degrades and impacts end users.  

VamsiKalapala_7-1721421305241.png

 

Conclusion: 

ACNS with advanced network observability enables deep insights into container networks and enhances the operability of AKS. This blog has explored its capabilities through real-world customer scenarios, demonstrating its capabilities in tackling common network challenges.  We’d also love to hear how enhanced observability can help make your deployment scenarios easier in a comment below.

 

Resources: 

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/azure-networking-blog/use-cases-of-advanced-network-observability-for-your-azure/ba-p/4188281

Published on: 21 hours ago

Power BI Update July 2024 - Catch Up with Nags

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cia0bgFCPW4

Published on: 1 day ago

CrowdStrike issue impacting Windows endpoints causing an error message on a blue screen

Windows endpoints running the CrowdStrike Falcon agent may encounter an error message on a blue screen, leading to a continual restarting state. Microsoft has identified this issue, and reports successful recovery after multiple restart operations. To mitigate this issue, users can start Windows in Safe Mode or the Windows Recovery Environment, navigate to the C:\Windows\System32\drivers\CrowdStrike directory, locate the file matching "C-00000291*.sys", and delete it before restarting the device. Note that recovery of systems requires a Bitlocker key in some cases. If you are running Windows Virtual Machines on Azure, follow the mitigation steps in Azure status. Additional details are available from CrowdStrike in their blog post, Statement on Windows Sensor Update.

The post CrowdStrike issue impacting Windows endpoints causing an error message on a blue screen appeared first on M365 Admin.

https://m365admin.handsontek.net/crowdstrike-issue-impacting-windows-endpoints-causing-an-error-message-on-a-blue-screen/

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Public Transport and Information Technology

Public transport forms the blood vessels of a city with its citizens forming the precious life blood. They transport their precious cargo just like blood vessels in a body keeping the city alive and thriving. Any kind of disruption brings the city to a painful and grinding halt. While proper processes and experience can and […]

The post Public Transport and Information Technology appeared first on Leading Software Company in Surat India.

https://www.inkeysolutions.com/blogs/public-transport-and-information-technology/

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How to get Environment Variable Value in Dynamics 365 CE using JavaScript?

We might have got a scenario to use the Environment Variable Value in the JavaScript in Dynamics 365 CE. In this article, will explain about retrieving the Environment Variable current Value using JS. Follow the below example. Example: Create an Environment Variable and Show the value on Onload of Account record. 1.Created the below Environment … Continue reading How to get Environment Variable Value in Dynamics 365 CE using JavaScript?

https://arunpotti.com/2024/07/19/how-to-get-environment-variable-value-in-dynamics-365-ce-using-javascript/

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Wave 2 2024 Customer Insights Journey Chat With Amey Holden

The release notes for Dynamics 365 Wave 2 2024 have been published. My good friend Amey Holden and I got together to chat about each proposed change or new feature from the Customer Insights – Journeys section (formerly D365 Marketing). We talk through what each of us thinks of the new proposed features from Microsoft … Continue reading Wave 2 2024 Customer Insights Journey Chat With Amey Holden

https://meganvwalker.com/wave-2-2024-customer-insights-journey-chat-with-amey-holden/

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The Power of Real-time Data in Dynamics 365 Customer Insights

Introduction In this blog, we will explore how Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Insights consolidates customer data from various sources, integrates…

The post The Power of Real-time Data in Dynamics 365 Customer Insights appeared first on Microsoft Dynamics and NetSuite Partner & Dynamics CRM Consultants in San Diego.

https://www.alphabold.com/the-power-of-real-time-data-in-dynamics-365-customer-insights/

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Webinar: Define, Scope, & Plan Projects efficiently with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Project Operations!

Guess Who Am I? I can generate project plans, allow managers to assign tasks to team members, and allocate the proper resources. I match resources like consultants, analysts, and designers to projects based on their skill set, availability, and overall knowledge I establish more efficient and accurate project financial management by integrating time and expense… Read More »

The post Webinar: Define, Scope, & Plan Projects efficiently with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Project Operations! first appeared on Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM Tips and Tricks.

https://www.inogic.com/blog/2024/07/webinar-define-scope-plan-projects-efficiently-with-microsoft-dynamics-365-project-operations/

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🔴 Microsoft Fabric / Power BI Q&A - LIVE (July 20, 2024) (Member Chat 2nd Half)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4x0egkfZZJg

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Retrieving data from Microsoft Dataverse in React pages via Node.js backend

In this blog post, we'll explore how to integrate Microsoft Dataverse, formerly known as the Common Data Service (CDS), with a Node.js backend and a React.js frontend. Microsoft Dataverse is a cloud-based data storage service provided by Microsoft as part of the Power Platform suite. By integrating Dataverse with Node.js and React.js, we can build powerful applications that leverage the capabilities of Dataverse for data storage and management.

https://dynatecon.com/2024/07/19/retrieving-data-from-microsoft-dataverse-in-react-pages-via-node-js-backend/

Published on: 1 day ago

Webinar: CRM Duplicate Data Cleaning Done Right!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwRbETxhNFw

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Azure Update Manager to support CIS hardened images among other images

What’s coming in by end of July 2024: Azure Update Manager will add support for 35 CIS hardened images. This is the first time that Update Management product in Azure is supporting CIS hardened images. Apart from CIS hardened images, Azure Update Manager will also add support for 59 other images to unblock Automation Update Management migrations to Azure Update Manager.

What’s coming in September: After this release, another batch of 30 images will be added support for.

 

Please refer to the article below to check the details of which images will be supported.

 

Below 35 CIS images will be supported by Azure Update Manager by end of July 2024. Please note Publisher for all these images is center-for-internet-security-inc.

Offer

Plan

cis-windows-server

cis-windows-server2016-l1-gen1

cis-windows-server2019-l1-gen1

cis-windows-server2019-l1-gen2

cis-windows-server2019-l2-gen1

cis-windows-server2022-l1-gen2

cis-windows-server2022-l2-gen2

cis-windows-server2022-l1-gen1

cis-windows-server-2022-l1

cis-windows-server-2022-l1

cis-windows-server-2022-l1-gen2

cis-windows-server-2022-l2

cis-windows-server-2022-l2

cis-windows-server-2022-l2-gen2

cis-windows-server-2019-v1-0-0-l1

cis-ws2019-l1

cis-windows-server-2019-v1-0-0-l2

cis-ws2019-l2

cis-windows-server-2016-v1-0-0-l1

cis--l1

cis-windows-server-2016-v1-0-0-l2

cis-ws2016-l2

cis-windows-server-2012-r2-v2-2-1-l2

cis-ws2012-r2-l2

cis-rhel9-l1

cis-rhel9-l1

cis-rhel9-l1-gen2

cis-rhel-8-l1

 

cis-rhel-8-l2

cis-rhel8-l2

cis-rhel-7-l2

cis-rhel7-l2

cis-rhel

cis-redhat8-l1-gen1

cis-redhat8-l2-gen1

cis-redhat7-l1-gen1

cis-redhat9-l1-gen2

cis-redhat9-l1-gen1

cis-ubuntu-linux-2204-l1

cis-ubuntu-linux-2204-l1

cis-ubuntu-linux-2204-l1-gen2

cis-ubuntu-linux-2004-l1

cis-ubuntu2004-l1

cis-ubuntu-linux-1804-l1

cis-ubuntu1804-l1

cis-ubuntu

cis-ubuntu1804-l1

cis-ubuntulinux2004-l1-gen1

cis-ubuntulinux2204-l1-gen1

cis-ubuntulinux2204-l1-gen2

cis-oracle-linux-8-l1

cis-oracle8-l1

 

Apart from CIS hardened images, below are the other 59 images which will be supported by Azure Update Manager by end of July 2024:

Publisher

Offer

Plan

almalinux

almalinux-x86_64

8_7-gen2

belindaczsro1588885355210

belvmsrv01

belvmsrv003

cloudera

cloudera-centos-os

7_5

cloud-infrastructure-services

rds-farm-2019

rds-farm-2019

cloud-infrastructure-services

ad-dc-2019

ad-dc-2019

cloud-infrastructure-services

sftp-2016

sftp-2016

cloud-infrastructure-services

ad-dc-2016

ad-dc-2016

cloud-infrastructure-services

hpc2019-windows-server-2019

hpc2019-windows-server-2019

cloud-infrastructure-services

dns-ubuntu-2004

dns-ubuntu-2004

cloud-infrastructure-services

servercore-2019

servercore-2019

cloud-infrastructure-services

ad-dc-2022

ad-dc-2022

cloud-infrastructure-services

squid-ubuntu-2004

squid-ubuntu-2004

cognosys

sql-server-2016-sp2-std-win2016-debug-utilities

sql-server-2016-sp2-std-win2016-debug-utilities

esri

 

 

 

arcgis-enterprise

 

 

 

 

byol-1091

byol-111

byol-108

byol-1081

byol-109

esri

arcgis-enterprise-107

byol-1071

esri

arcgis-enterprise-106

byol-1061

esri

pro-byol

pro-byol-29

filemagellc

 

filemage-gateway-vm-win

 

filemage-gateway-vm-win-002

filemage-gateway-vm-win-001

github

github-enterprise

github-enterprise

matillion

matillion

matillion-etl-for-snowflake

microsoft-ads

 

windows-data-science-vm

 

windows2016

windows2016byol

microsoft-dsvm

ubuntu-1804

1804-gen2

netapp

netapp-oncommand-cloud-manager

occm-byol

nginxinc

nginx-plus-ent-v1

nginx-plus-ent-centos7

ntegralinc1586961136942

ntg_oracle_8_7

ntg_oracle_8_7

procomputers

almalinux-8-7

almalinux-8-7

procomputers

rhel-8-2

rhel-8-2

RedHat

rhel

8_9

redhat

rhel-byos

rhel-lvm79

rhel-lvm84-gen2

rhel-lvm85-gen2

rhel-lvm82-gen2

rhel-lvm86-gen2

rhel-lvm83

rhel-lvm84

rhel-lvm79-gen2

rhel-lvm87-gen2

rhel-raw76

rhel-lvm86

rhel-lvm8

 

rhel

8.1

redhat

rhel-sap

7.4

redhat

rhel-sap

7.7

redhat

rhel

89-gen2

southrivertech1586314123192

tn-ent-payg

Tnentpayg

southrivertech1586314123192

tn-sftp-payg

Tnsftppayg

suse

sles-sap-15-sp2-byos

gen2

suse

sles-15-sp5

gen2

talend

talend_re_image

tlnd_re

thorntechnologiesllc

sftpgateway

Sftpgateway

veeam

office365backup

veeamoffice365backup

veeam

veeam-backup-replication

veeam-backup-replication-v11

zscaler

zscaler-private-access

zpa-con-azure

 

Below images will be supported in September:

Publisher

Offer

Plan

aod

win2019azpolicy

win2019azpolicy

belindaczsro1588885355210

belvmsrv03

belvmsrv001

center-for-internet-security-inc

cis-rhel-7-v2-2-0-l1

cis-rhel7-l1

center-for-internet-security-inc

cis-rhel-7-stig

cis-rhel-7-stig

center-for-internet-security-inc

cis-win-2016-stig

cis-win-2016-stig

center-for-internet-security-inc

cis-windows-server-2012-r2-v2-2-1-l1

cis-ws2012-r2-l1

cloudrichness

rockey_linux_image

rockylinux86

Credativ

Debian

8

microsoftdynamicsnav

dynamicsnav

2017

microsoftwindowsserver

windowsserver-hub

2012-r2-datacenter-hub

2016-datacenter-hub

MicrosoftWindowsServer

WindowsServer-HUB

2016-Datacenter-HUB

ntegralinc1586961136942

ntg_cbl_mariner_2

ntg_cbl_mariner_2_gen2

openvpn

openvpnas

access_server_byol

rapid7

nexpose-scan-engine

nexpose-scan-engine

rapid7

rapid7-vm-console

rapid7-vm-console

suse

sles

12-sp3

suse

sles-15-sp1-basic

gen1

suse

sles-15-sp2-basic

gen1

suse

sles-15-sp3-basic

gen1

gen2

suse

sles-15-sp4-basic

gen2

suse

sles-sap

12-sp3

15

gen2-15

suse

sles-sap-byos

15

suse

SLES-SAP-BYOS

15

suse

sles-sap-15-sp1-byos

gen1

Tenable

tenablecorenessus

tenablecorenessusbyol

 

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/azure-governance-and-management/azure-update-manager-to-support-cis-hardened-images-among-other/ba-p/4195864

Published on: 1 day ago

Improving Optimization?

Improving Optimization? The traditional steps of Optimization: 1. Eliminate 2. Automate or 3. Delegate What if we added a missing element? Simplify. Before automating a convoluted workflow or delegating a tangled task, strip away the unnecessary. Make processes leaner and clearer. Example: Instead of automating a complex system, streamline it first. Or refine a task […]

https://automatevalue.com/short/improving-optimization/

Published on: 1 day ago

Viva Glint – Data control to enable recycling or reuse of Employee IDs

Microsoft Viva has introduced a new feature called Viva Glint that allows for better management of employee IDs. By implementing a control for processing employee IDs, customers can more efficiently recycle or reuse employee IDs, especially in scenarios where employees are rehired. This feature is now available and was released in September CY2024 and can be accessed on the web cloud platform. The roadmap ID for this feature is 407385 and more information can be found at the provided link.

If you're looking for a way to streamline ID management and enable efficient reuse or recycling of IDs, Viva Glint may be the perfect solution for you.

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