Category Archives : Monitoring

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Jan

Integrate Azure Security Center alerts into SIEM solutions

We heard from several customers that you need a way to view your Azure Security Center alerts in your SIEM solution for a centralized view of your security posture across your organization. Today, we are excited to announce the public preview of a new feature called SIEM Export that allows you to export Azure Security Center alerts into popular SIEM solutions such as Splunk and IBM QRadar. We are continuing to invest in the number of partners we support. This feature is part of our on-going commitment to provide unified security management and protection for your cloud and on-premises workloads.

Security Center uses a variety of detection capabilities to alert you of potential threats to your environment. The alerts can tell you what triggered the alert, what in your environment was targeted, the source of the attack, and if necessary, remediation steps. You also have the flexibility to set up custom alerts to address specific needs in your environment.

Now you can take these alerts from Security Center and integrate them into your own SIEM solutions, so you can quickly view what needs your attention from one management place and take action.

To move your Azure Security Center alerts to a

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31

Jan

Three new reasons to love the TSI explorer
Three new reasons to love the TSI explorer

Today we’re pleased to announce three new Time Series Insights (TSI) explorer capabilities that we think our users are going to love. 

First, we are delighted to share that the TSI explorer, the visualization service of TSI, is now generally available and backed by our SLA.  Second, we’ve made the TSI explorer more accessible and easier to use for those with visual and fine-motor disabilities. And finally, we’ve made it easy to export aggregate event data to other analytics tools like Microsoft Excel. 

Now that the TSI explorer is generally available, users will notice that the explorer is backed by TSI’s service level agreement (SLA), and we’ve removed the preview moniker from the backsplash when the explorer is loading. We have many customers using TSI in production environments and we’re thrilled to offer them the same SLA that backs the rest of the product. The ActionPoint IoT-PREDICT solution is a great example of one of those customers using the TSI explorer to enable their customers to explore and analyze time series data quickly. Check out their solution below.

There are no limits to what people can achieve when technology reflects the diversity of everyone who uses it. Transparency, accountability, and

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