In the last part of the article series on the 4C’s of cloud-native security, we will look at securing the cloud environment itself. Although actual steps to harden your cloud infrastructure differ based on the cloud vendor and the services used to architecture your cloud-native application, many concepts and methodologies are quite similar.
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Containers and cloud-native design patterns gained popularity over the past years. More and more organizations use containers in production and adopt cloud-native practices and methodologies to get even more value from existing containerized applications and underlying technologies such as container orchestrators like Kubernetes.
In this article series, you learn how to use the Azure Cognitive Search, prepare your application data to make it searchable, and improve your search results’ performance and quality. In the first article, I introduced Azure Cognitive Search Services. In the second part, I demonstrated how to build an index that contains your searchable data. Now, you will see how to fill your index automatically from an Azure data source.
With this article series, you will learn how to use the Azure Cognitive Search, prepare your application data to make it searchable, and improve your search results’ performance and quality. This second article of the series will demonstrate how to create, modify, and configure your data’s index.
With this article series, you will learn what Azure Cognitive Search is, and how to use it. See the essential steps and make your application’s data searchable, improve search performance and the quality of search results. As this is the first article of the series, it provides you with an introduction to Azure Cognitive Search and demonstrates how to create your first search service.
This article provides an introduction to Azure API Management (APIM) and shares options on how to address common use cases when exposing APIs.
A wide variety of enterprises worldwide are in the process of adopting public cloud services and increasing their public API surface to allow partners, individuals, and customers to use their products and services to achieve more. With Azure API Management (APIM), customers can implement an available, scalable, and enterprise degree API Gateway in front of their backend services. This article explains the core concepts of Azure API Management. It provides a collection of useful patterns when building API Gateways with Azure API Management to create a robust facade in front of backend APIs.