Action Required for Applications Using Azure Storage Services
Changes are coming that may impact applications that use Azure Storage Services!
These types of applications rely on intermediate TLS certifications, which are scheduled to expire in June 2024. This is a result of the phasing out of “Certificate Pinning”, a process in which client applications explicitly specify acceptable certificate authorities. Thanks to evolving security practices, this is no longer considered a best practice. To prepare for this expiration, Microsoft will begin implementing updates sometime in March 2024. These updates will affect Blob Storage, Azure Files, Table Storage, Queue Storage, static websites, and Data Lake Storage Gen2 in both the public Azure cloud and the US Government cloud.
To ensure your applications continue to run smoothly, please get in touch with your account manager before February 29, 2024. As a managed services client, TSI can address this issue on your behalf – or direct you to other resources that may be helpful. To get started, simply submit a ticket to email@example.com or reach out to your account manager directly.
Maintaining uninterrupted services is vital for any organization in the modern age, and here at TSI we understand how complicated things can be. Luckily, our team is here to help you stay ahead and on track for success. If you have any concerns or require further clarification on these upcoming, please contact us!