Assign Network Security Group to Virtual Machine Network Interface using PowerShell

A blog post to show how you can assign a Network Security Group (NSG) to a Virtual Machine Network Interface (NIC) in Azure using PowerShell. Firstly, get the Network Security Group you want to have assigned to the Virtual Machine NIC Get the Virtual Machine NIC that you want to assign the NSG to You…

Securing your Virtual Network with Azure Firewall and Network Security Groups

In this blog, I am going to be summarising how you can secure your Virtual network (vNET) with a combination of Azure Firewall and Network Security Group (NSG) Considerations for this will be that the environment will be a hub-spoke setup, link to test environment of this deployment is found at the bottom of this…

Network Security Group Ruleset to CSV

You may have a requirement from time-to-time to provide a copy of the current Network Security Group(s) rulset within your Azure subscription, in this blog I will show you how this can be be done via PowerShell Lets have a look at a sample NSG created below I am looking this ruleset to be in…

Network Security Groups: 10 suggestions for best practice!

As mentioned in a previous blog – NSG’s control access by permitting or denying network traffic in a number of ways, whether it be:- Communication between different workloads on a vNET Network connectivity from on-site environment into Azure Direct internet connection 1. One NSG to rule them all Do you really need a NSG per subnet? Or…

Microsoft Azure:- NSGs & ASGs Simplified

NSG’s (Network Security Group) & ASG’s (Application Security Group) are the main Azure Resources that are used to administrate and control network traffic within a virtual network (vNET). The difference Network Security Group is the Azure Resource that you will use to enforce and control the network traffic with, whereas Application Security Group is an…

Microsoft PowerBI:- A useful tool for Azure NSGs data flows

Microsoft PowerBI is a suite of business analytic tools developed by Microsoft that works together to turn unrelated sources of data into coherent, visually immersive, and interactive insights – in theory, taking a dump of data and making it rather colourful and useful? How could I say no! Go from data to insights in minutes.…

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