AWS WorkSpaces VDI solution has two pricing options that you need to choose between for your implementation. MonthlyHourly (On demand) In my opinion it is always worth attempting to run your WorkSpaces VDI deployment in on-demand where there is chance of cost savings when the virtual desktops can be turned off and you will not … Continue reading Warm AWS WorkSpaces On a Schedule
If you have implemented a VM-Series firewall in Azure, AWS or on-premises but don't have a Panorama Server for your configuration backups. Here is a solutions for getting the firewall configuration into an Azure Blob Storage, this could be done similarly with Lambda and S3 using python and the boto3 library. Why Do This? If … Continue reading Backup Palo Alto VM Series Config with Azure Automation
AWS WorkSpaces is a great low cost Virtual Desktop experience. Extremely easy to get started and build quick images to support your needs. During the implementation you are going to want to provide a Quality of Service policy (QoS) much like you would if you had Citrix or VMWare Horizon on-premises. WorkSpaces is slightly different … Continue reading QoS for AWS WorkSpaces Client
Client VPNs have come along way in recent years and are still a necessity for organisations protecting their backend services that cannot be published to the public internet securely. The nirvana is having data presented by web applications and use SAML authentication to any good identity provider that supports MFA. This world still doesn't exists … Continue reading Azure MFA with Palo Alto Client VPN
I've talked before about my passion for automation. I loath doing repetitive tasks and fear inconsistency whilst undertaking them. Its not that I'm lazy, I recognise that people are generally busy and sometimes its hard to maintain focus on repetitive tasks, its easy to forget a step here and there amongst everything else that’s going … Continue reading Get your Flow on. .