Priviledged access workstation managed by Azure
Azure PAW service, so the customer PAW devices can be managed by Microsoft, and customer can run multiple workloads on the secure device.
This would be incredibly needed already. Most of our workloads are in Azure now and we have no good possibility to connect if our site-tunnels to Azure fail or if our firewall cluster breaks.
Diego Vasconez commented
Is there a defined release date for azure PAW?
Mike M commented
All the documentation I find discusses how to configure a PAW on a physical or hyper-v system. By not offering how to configure a PAW in Azure, it also doesn't offer next steps where credential and device guard configurations aren't supported in Azure VMs. While this isn't necessarily a problem during the initial rollout, it does affect future advanced security configuration procedures.
Martin Diewald commented
An Architecture how to set up a PAW VM in Azure would also be nice for a first step (incl. Access, Network integration, NSGs etc.)