Microsoft Azure achieved another important milestone with the general availability of ‘Enterprise Integration Pack’ within Azure Logic Apps, further simplifing business-to-business (B2B) communications in the cloud.
With Logic Apps, “customers can quickly and easily build powerful integration solutions using a visual designer and a wide set of out-of-the-box connectors such as Dynamics CRM, Salesforce, Office 365 and many more,” team azure says. It also helps more easily “process business transactions reliably, track and troubleshoot B2B events” and “leverage additional out-of-the-box connectors.”
Today, the following improvements to Conditional Access in EMS is announced including: “Now you can use leverage machine learning on a massive scale to provide real-time detection and automated protection, and by using this data you can build risk-based policies per application.” Also, you can now “set multiple policies per application or set and easily roll out global rules to protect all your applications with a single policy,” the team adds.
All these capabilities are now available in a unified administrative experience on the Azure portal.
On Thursday, several improvements to Conditional Access in Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security, and the availability of the new Conditional Access policy interface in the Azure portal were announced.
Among the improvements: risk-based access policies per application, greater flexibility to protect applications and a unified administrative experience on the Azure portal.
Transformation is more than just a catchy phrase to Microsoft’s most innovative cloud customers from 2016, as highlighted in an animated video that shows how companies are evolving.
To learn how the cloud is helping Uber use driver selfies to enhance rider security, the Indy 500 empower fans with new digital experiences at the track, Children’s Mercy let doctors make virtual house calls to treat babies with heart disease, and more, watch the video on Microsoft’s Transform site.
Today, Docker, in partnership with Microsoft, is making it easy for organizations to build compliant enterprise containers-as-a-service (CaaS) solutions—and announced NIST 800-53 Revision 4 security and privacy control guidance for Docker Datacenter at the FedRAMP Moderate baseline, built on Azure Blueprint.
This documentation is available in “the form of a System Security Plan (SSP) template that can be used to help lessen the time it takes for an agency to certify Docker Datacenter running on Azure Government,” writes azure team.
Docker is also releasing this content using OpenControl, which is an open source “compliance-as-code” schema and toolkit that helps software vendors and organizations build compliance documentation.
In addition, Docker also incorporated the use of Microsoft’s Cognitive Services Text Analytics API to use natural language processing to check the integrity of the actual security narratives and ensure that it complies with the NIST 800-53 control definitions.