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A collection of azure articles and ramblings // Cloud Security Engineer // Comments and thoughts are my own

Logging Architecture — the good, the bad and the automated

Developing logging architecture can be complex and there can be a lot of considerations that need to be taken into account. These may or may not be immediately apparent but will come to fruition most likely after implementation.

When it comes to managing a large number of resources, policies can be a blessing but what if you apply some settings which were not quite right or you want to undo? Unfortunately, there is no undo button.

Without the possibility to undo our actions this means that it then becomes a…

v1 release

This article is for the release of a script named ‘FindAllSubscriptionsUnderManagementGroup.ps1’.

Github link —

At the time of writing there is no quick way of retrieving all of the subscriptions under a given scope. Admittedly if you only have one top-level management group then you can view those easily from the portal but from my experience I have seen complex hierarchical structures which can encompass numerous management groups and in-turn subscriptions. This can be due to any number of reasons but the most likely is often due to data sovereignty and jurisdictions applicable to data from region-to-region.

Collaboration and its intricacies

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B2B collaboration is the backbone of most business’, whether that may be as a result of deep rooted Managed Service Providers (MSP’s), Contractor presence or quite simply and most often real business use-cases.

In this article, we will explore what settings we can configure for use with Azure B2B collaboration and highlight some security considerations.

Exploring Azure Portal

Within your Azure tenant you are presented with a plethora of options which can impact your enterprise as a whole in many different ways. We’ll be exploring the external collaboration portion..

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