Lessons Learned: How to avoid getting asked for tokens in MS Azure console apps

Microsoft has been migrating most of Azure's functionality to the "Microsoft Graph API", which is fantastic as that allows us to automate a bunch of things within the Azure cloud. However, the Graph API is secured behind an OAuth2 flow, and if you've ever dealt with OAuth2 you'd know that it revolves around "tokens" which … Continue reading Lessons Learned: How to avoid getting asked for tokens in MS Azure console apps

Lessons Learned: Winlogbeat & Forwarded Events – no event description

Scenario: Shipping Azure Cloud Logs to an Elasticsearch Cluster The Azure Log Service [AZLog ] audits events across your Azure Cloud infrastructure, and sends these to a central log collector. It leverage the Windows Event Forwarding subsystem to do this, meaning that the collector server will be able to view the AZLog alerts via the … Continue reading Lessons Learned: Winlogbeat & Forwarded Events – no event description