Securing the cloud network perimeter

Greek (Greece) Intermediate Networking

Get to know the Azure's cloud-native network security capabilities and see how you can protect your infrastructure, networks, users and applications, by easily creating your DMZ in the cloud and performing network micro segmentation by using the cloud native services that integrate with your DevOps model for infrastructure in the cloud.


Vaggelis Kappas

Technology Solutions Professional - Azure Infra

Microsoft Technology Solutions Professional for Azure Infrastructure, that is helping enterprise customers to realize the benefits and value of Cloud. Administrative member and moderator of Frequent speaker on technology events organized by the major IT communities in Greece, such as and Proud husband and dad.

Code of Conduct

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Who does this Code of Conduct apply to?

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Code of Conduct for live streams

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