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by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
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Azure Cloud Security Architecture - infographics & tables

I like information presented in tables as it makes it easy to digest. The Microsoft Azure Cloud Security Architecture whitepaper had some nice info, infographics & tables but as it is in a PDF. As the chances of this info surfacing through search engine results is low, I'm listing the good parts that I liked:
Both the customer & Microsoft are responsible for the security of applications on Azure
Azure Security Certifications

Software applications with source code you develop or control are a potential attack surface. These include PaaS apps, PaaS apps built from sample code in Azure like WordPress sites, and apps that interface with Office 365. Follow code security bestow code security best practices in the Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) to minimize vulnerabilities and their security impact. 
The SDL is a software development security assurance process consisting of security practices grouped by seven phases of the traditional software development life cycle. The SDL process is not specific to Microsoft or the Windows platform and can be applied to different operating systems, platforms, development methodologies, and to projects of any size.

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