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#Microsoft Azure virtual datacenter HUB-Spoke Model: A network perspective #Cloud #Azure #Security

#Microsoft Azure virtual datacenter HUB-Spoke Model: A network perspective #Cloud #Azure #Security

Microsoft Azure HUB-Spoke Model When you have your Microsoft Azure Architectural Design in place like a HUB-Spoke model this Microsoft documentation can help you with the Security and networking design in Microsoft Azure Cloud services. The Virtual Data Center (VDC) ... continue reading
flow chart for the various layers of security provided by Cosmos DB

How to develop secure applications using Azure Cosmos DB

Before we begin to discuss how to develop secure applications using Azure Cosmos DB, we should also highlight some of the different layers of security that Azure Cosmos DB offers. The following image illustrates these various layers of security: Azure ... continue reading

Create Azure SQL Managed Instance using Azure CLI

Azure command line interface (CLI) is a set of commands that you can use to create and manage Azure resources. In this post your will see how can you create Managed Instance using Azure CLI. The Azure CLI is Microsoft’s ... continue reading
Migration from SQL Server to Azure SQL Database Managed Instance

Migration from SQL Server to Azure SQL Database Managed Instance

Today we'll review how you can migrate databases, running on SQL Server, to a new Azure SQL Database Managed Instance. Azure SQL Database Managed Instance (aka "SQL MI") is a new deployment model of Azure SQL Database, providing near 100% ... continue reading
#Microsoft Azure Hub-Spoke model by Enterprise Design 1 of 4 #Azure #Cloud

#Microsoft Azure Hub-Spoke model by Enterprise Design 1 of 4 #Azure #Cloud

Azure Hub-Spoke Architecture Microsoft Azure Hub-Spoke Architecture This Enterprise reference architecture shows how to implement a hub-spoke topology in Azure. The hub is a virtual network (VNet) in Azure that acts as a central point of connectivity to your on-premises ... continue reading
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Getting started with the Azure Pricing Calculator

Most infrastructure architects can clearly detail their on-premises capability or requirements, often accompanied by a Visio diagram. Defining a Cloud version of that same capability can be a little trickier. With services in the Cloud charging on a "Pay as ... continue reading
Datacenter migration updates from Ignite 2018

Datacenter migration updates from Ignite 2018

Microsoft Ignite 2018 took place in Orlando, Florida few weeks ago. It is an annual Microsoft conference for ITPros with more then 700+ sessions and 100+ announcements. Let's review what announcements are relevant if you are migrating from your datacenter ... continue reading
Hyper-converged infrastructure in Windows Server 2019 – the countdown clock starts now!

Hyper-converged infrastructure in Windows Server 2019 – the countdown clock starts now!

This post was written by Cosmos Darwin, Sr PM on the Core OS team at Microsoft. Follow him @cosmosdarwin on Twitter. Today is an exciting day: Windows Server 2019 is now generally available! Windows Server 2019 is the second major ... continue reading
Tick Tock: Time to Dive Deep!

Tick Tock: Time to Dive Deep!

Looking at the Windows Time process and configuration there and back again As last we met, I am Tim Medina Sr PFE with Microsoft and we are coming to a conclusion of our three-part journey in time. First we took ... continue reading
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