Lets take a look at the different aspects on how you can keep your Data secure on Azure SQL. Lets check out various configuration related to security from network to monitoring to aid you on making sure your data is secure in the cloud. On top of that you can replay and try everything you'll see in this session on Learn.Microsoft.com.
Pio Balistoy is a Microsoft MVP & Certified Trainer for Data Platform. A SQL Server professional with more than 17 years of experience with SQL Server operations, architecture and administration. He brings his passion for SQL Server as the community leader for Singapore SQL PASS and Philippine SQL Server User Group. He is currently one of the Lead Microsoft Data Platform Consultant for The Pythian Services - a global IT product and services company with headquarters in Ottawa, New York, Sydney, UK and India. He also co-founded Excent One Inc, a technology solutions company based in the Philippines and Singapore that helps SMEs integrate and develop Microsoft based business Applications.
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