Issue Resolution: App Gateway returning ERR_SPDY_INADEQUATE_TRANSPORT_SECURITY in Chrome

Background: I have an Azure App Gateway with the Web Application Firewall that is fronting an Azure App Service for http traffic. Issue: Visiting the public URL of my web app in IE works fine, but in Chrome, I get an error ERR_SPDY_INADEQUATE_TRANSPORT_SECURITY What is the general cause? According to this article, "By default, IIS …

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My Practical Intro to Azure Resource Graph

The Azure Resource Graph is attractive to me for its ability to query Azure resources at scale. I find this relevant in situations where you are managing a large number of subscriptions, resource groups and resources. And you are in situations to analyze and report on them. Without Azure Resource Graph, I would use Azure …

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Penetration Testing Your Web App with Azure Application Gateway WAF Part 1: Intro

In setting up an application with appliances that provide protections from cyber threats, it is always necessary to have penetration testing and monitoring throughout the solution's lifecycle management. I will demonstrate the following scenario: Protect your web app using Azure Application Gateway’s Web Application Firewall features. Enable and configure the WAF The web app is …

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Auto-scaling Azure App Service Part 2 of 2

In the Part 1 blog post, I have shown configuration of auto scale of 2 auto-scale profiles. I will show the operation of scaling out and scaling in. Upon a load test to simulate high load on the app service to trigger the auto-scale, here are the timelines and operations of the auto scale out …

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