Risk Level: High
Cloud Entity: SQL Server on Virtual Machines
CloudGuard Rule ID: D9.AZU.NET.02
Covered by Spectral: Yes
SQLServer should have isAzurePubliclyAccessable=false
- Login into the Azure portal.
- Go to SQL Servers.
- For each SQL Server, select Networking under Security.
- Set the 'Allow access to Azure services' to OFF.
SQL Server on Azure virtual machines enables you to use full versions of SQL Server in the Cloud without having to manage any on-premises hardware. SQL Server VMs also simplify licensing costs when you pay as you go.
Azure virtual machines run in many different geographic regions around the world. They also offer a variety of machine sizes. The virtual machine image gallery allows you to create a SQL Server VM with the right version, edition, and operating system. This makes virtual machines a good option for a many different SQL Server workloads.
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Updated 3 months ago