New Web App SSL Settings (Government and Commercial)

It is well known that NIST recommends disabling TLS 1.0 and for many Government organizations it is a requirement to do so. In the past, it was not easy to disable TLS 1.0 in Azure Web Apps, and I have spent some considerable effort describing how one could control the TLS settings using an App…

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Private Kubernetes Cluster in Azure (Government)

In previous blog posts I have discussed how to deploy Kubernetes clusters in Azure Government and configure an Ingress Controller to allow SSL termination, etc. In those previous scenarios, the clusters had public endpoints. This may not work for Government agencies that have to comply with Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) rules, etc. In this blog…

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Kubernetes Ingress in Azure (Government)

In a previous blog post, I discussed that it is easy to set up a Kubernetes cluster in Azure Government (or Commercial) and deploy web applications to the cluster. The example deployment lagged some features. Specifically, we did not configure an SSL certificate for the application. Doing so is pretty straightforward with Kubernetes Ingress and…

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VSTS/TFS Continuous Deployment to App Service Environment (ASE) after Disabling TLS 1.0

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you will have noticed that I have been spending some time working with Azure App Service Environment (ASE). It is available in Azure Government and should be the technology of choice for Government Web Apps. In a previous blog post, I have described how to do…

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Configuring and Testing SSL Settings on App Service Environment (ASE)

PLEASE NOTE: There are new features available for switching off TLS 1.0. I recommend using those instead. Azure App Service Environment (ASE) is a private deployment of Azure Web Apps in a virtual network. Because it allows virtual network isolation, it is ideally suited for Government Web Apps and it is now available in Azure…

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Disabling TLS 1.0 in Azure Web App using Application Gateway – PowerShell Automation

PLEASE NOTE: There are new features available for switching off TLS 1.0. I recommend using those instead. Azure Web Apps are a great way to deploy modern web applications in a Platform as a Service (PaaS) environment. One of the main advantages is that you do not need to manage your own server. There are,…

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