Exploring Azure Arc: Unleashing Extended Security Updates!

English Intermediate Azure

In our video and accompanying blog post, we delve into the powerful world of Azure Arc as we unveil Extended Security Updates (ESU) enabled by Azure Arc. Discover the seamless integration and enhanced security measures that enable you to effortlessly purchase and deploy ESUs via Azure Arc, whether in on-premises or multicloud environments. This feature not only safeguards your end-of-support Windows 2012 or 2012 R2 servers but also enhances your ability to protect, secure, and govern them effectively.


Wim Matthyssen

Microsoft Azure MVP | MCT | Azure Technical Advisor

Wim is an Azure Technical Advisor and Trainer with over fifteen years of Microsoft technology expertise who specializes in helping companies transition to the Cloud. Wim is also a Microsoft MVP in the Azure category, a founding board member of the MC2MC user group, and an active community contributor, sharing his experiences through blogs and speaking engagements.

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