At Microsoft Ignite, we announced new Azure Migrate assessment capabilities that further simplify migration planning. Virtual servers of any hypervisor or cloud as well as physical servers can be assessed. You can get started with the CSV import feature by creating an Azure Migrate project or using your existing project. Previously, Server Assessment required setting up an appliance in customer premises to perform discovery of VMware, Hyper-V virtual machines VMs , and physical servers. We now also support importing and assessing servers without deploying an appliance. Import-based assessments provide support for Server Assessment features like Azure suitability analysis, migration cost planning, and performance-based rightsizing. The import-based assessment is helpful in the initial stages of migration planning, when you may not be able to deploy the appliance due to pending organizational or security constraints that prevent you from sending data to Azure. Importing your servers is easy. Only four data points are mandatory — server name, number of cores, size of memory, and operating system name. While you can run the assessment with this minimal information, we recommend you provide disk data as well to avail disk sizing in assessments.
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Our adversaries have many tools available on the Internet for use in mounting cyberattacks. Many of these tools enable them to gain access and control of enterprise IT resources. In the meantime, security professionals are not always aware of the vulnerabilities built into the IT resources they are tasked to defend. The goal of this post is to 1 explain how this well-known code injection occurs and 2 illustrate how ASC detects and resolves this attack to secure your IT resources. Servers and applications are easy targets for cybercriminals.