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Change Configuration Manager Site Server OS – In-place Upgrade Reference

Hello!   My name is Herbert Fuchs and together with other members of the Customer Success Unit and the Customer Service & Support Organization we want to help our Customers with This Blog-Series. We gathered information and put our field ... continue reading
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Decision Flow to Estimate Pod Spread on AKS

Introduction In Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), the concept of pod spread is important to ensure that pods are distributed efficiently across nodes in a cluster. This helps to optimize resource utilization, increase application performance, and maintain high availability.   This ... continue reading
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Change Configuration Manager Site Server OS – Disaster Recovery Reference

Hello!   My name is Herbert Fuchs and together with other members of the Customer Success Unit and the Customer Service & Support Organization we want to help our Customers with This Blog-Series. We gathered information and put our field ... continue reading

How To Upgrade/Change the Operating System Which Hosts Microsoft Configuration Manager

Hello!   My name is Herbert Fuchs and together with other members of the Customer Success Unit and the Customer Service & Support Organization we want to help our Customers with This Blog-Series. We gathered information and put our field and ... continue reading
Azure firewall Basic serves as the hub and connects to spoke 1 and spoke 2. It includes the L3-L7 connectivity policies, Microsoft threat intelligence feature, NAT, network and application traffic filtering that allows outbound and inbound connections. Without a rule, the traffic is denied by default.

Protect against cyberattacks with the new Azure Firewall Basic

Cyberattacks continue to rise across businesses of all sizes as attackers are adapting their techniques and increasing the complexity of their operations.1 The risk of these attacks is significant for small and medium businesses (SMBs) as they usually don’t have ... continue reading

DDoS Mitigation with Microsoft Azure Front Door

This blog post was authored by Dave Burkhardt, Principal Product Manager, and co-authored by Harikrishnan M B, Program Manager, and Yun Zheng, Sr Program Manager. Within the last few years, the complexity and size of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks have ... continue reading
Wired for Hybrid - Episode 3 - What's New in Azure Networking - February 2023 Edition

Wired for Hybrid – Episode 3 – What’s New in Azure Networking – February 2023 Edition

Azure Networking is the foundation of your infrastructure in Azure. So, we’re happy to bring you a monthly update on What’s new in Azure Networking. In this blog post, we’ll cover what is new with Azure Networking. Public preview: Azure Firewall Basic Azure ... continue reading
When running SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines using Azure Hybrid Benefit, you are entitled to license one additional passive secondary instance of SQL Server for High Availability for free and one additional passive instance of SQL Server for Disaster Recovery for free.

New SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines and Azure SQL Managed Instance DR benefits

Customers who are running their SQL Server workloads using SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines and Azure SQL Managed Instance are now eligible for new high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) benefits. These are in addition to existing HA/DR ... continue reading
How to use Azure Site Recovery (ASR) to replicate a Windows Server Failover Cluster (WSFC) that uses SIOS DataKeeper for cluster storage

How to use Azure Site Recovery (ASR) to replicate a Windows Server Failover Cluster (WSFC) that uses SIOS DataKeeper for cluster storage

Intro So you have built a SQL Server Failover Cluster Instance (FCI), or maybe an SAP ASCS/ERS cluster in Azure. Each node of the cluster resides in a different Availability Zone (AZ), or maybe you have strict latency requirements and ... continue reading
The overall management architecture includes Microsoft Azure Arc, Microsoft Azure Storage, Microsoft Azure Monitoring, Microsoft Azure Kubernetes and Kubernetes for Operator RAN extension.

Scalable management of virtualized RAN with Kubernetes

Among the many important reasons why telecommunication companies should be attracted to Microsoft Azure are our network and system management tools. Azure has invested many intellectual and engineering cycles in the development of a sophisticated, robust framework that manages millions ... continue reading