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AWS vs. Azure - Object Storage Blob Access Part 2

In part 1, we discussed authentication options in both AWS and Azure. In this post, we will discuss the authorization options. As described in part 1, AWS makes use of a combination of user policies and resource policies to govern access. User policies are only used if the user trying to access the objects are IAM users. In this way, cross account access is also supported.

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AWS vs. Azure - Object Storage Blob Access Part 1

For both AWS and Azure, a REST based API has been created to facilitate blob storage operations. The REST API has two logical components, a data plane (interacting with blobs themselves) and a management plane (interacting with the service itself). The goal of this post is to talk about access options at the data plane level.

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AWS vs. Azure - Object Storage Overview

Object storage is a general purpose term used to represent the storing of unstructured data. The goal of this post is to compare features/concepts of Azure Blob storage to AWS S3.

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This Year, Don't Get Zucked

Well, it is finally 2019. Woohoo? In the security space, not much has changed since 2018. Much of the conversation that dominated the year focused on

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When MFA Goes MIA

The year, 2018. All that remains are large global distributed data conglomerates, hungry and gobbling up every spare digital bit that exists, battling each other to see who can rule the world.

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