Hi everyone. It’s me again. Andrea with two “As” and an “N” but not where you thiiiiink. (Shout out to all you She-Hulk fans - Wongers and Madisynn 4-ever).
Anyway, hope everyone is doing well. I assume you are all deep into college football and/or awaiting the arrival of pumpkin spice lattes. Even though it’s still 90+ degrees in Florida, every store I visit is filled with Halloween costumes and Thanksgiving decorations. I’m as excited for candy bars and turkey as the next person but can we at least wait until September 1 for the holiday push to begin! At least they haven’t started playing Here Comes “Santa Claus” yet.
Rod will be back next week, I promise. Thanks again for letting me crash the party.
Here’s a new way to learn KQL … join the Kusto Detective Agency! This is brilliant. It delivers a game-based approach to digging into the cloud’s query language.
Here’s how this works:
- There are a total of five cases to solve.
- Cases are released every two weeks, on Sundays
- There are a limited number of prizes for those who solve the case first, BUT
- A digital badge is given to every player who correctly solves a case
- All previous cases will remain active for play even after the new cases are published
As part of Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps Product Groups future planning, we are evaluating a set of features that we plan to invest on. We will appreciate if you can invest few minutes from your time to review the list of suggested features. Mark their priority as they are considered for your company and add the relevant comments if asked for.
Be a Microsoft Defender for Cloud Design Partner!
We are looking for Design Partners to work with us in developing AWS and GCP capabilities in Microsoft Defender for Cloud. You will have the opportunity to influence the direction of the product and be part of our Digital Badge Recognition Program for your participation.