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Azure Active Directory Connect Resilient Operations

Azure Active Directory Connect Resilient Operations

In my job as an Identity-focused Premier Field Engineer, I get to help many companies on their journey from being solely on-premise to becoming a cloud-first enterprise. But the one thing all of them have in common is that they ... continue reading

Optimizing Hyper-V Live Migrations on an Hyperconverged Infrastructure

We have been doing some extensive testing in how to best configure Hyper-V live migration to achieve the best performance and highest level of availability. Recommendations: Configure Live Migration to use SMB. This must be performed on all nodes [crayon-5e4ffdccdcae9212250253/] ... continue reading
How to configure VM Monitoring in Windows Server 2012

How to configure VM Monitoring in Windows Server 2012

Overview Do you have a large number of virtualized workloads in your cluster? Have you been looking for a solution that allows you to detect if any of the virtualized workloads in your cluster are behaving abnormally? Would you like ... continue reading
Diagnostic Settings

Track the health of your disaster recovery with Log Analytics

Once you adopt Azure Site Recovery, monitoring of your setup can become a very involved exercise. You’ll need to ensure that the replication for all protected instances continue and that virtual machines are always ready for failover. While Azure Site ... continue reading
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IRAP protected compliance from infra to SAP application layer on Azure

This post was co-authored by Rohit Kumar Cherukuri, Vice President – Marketing, Cloud4C Australian government organizations are looking for cloud managed services providers capable of providing deployment of a platform as a service (PaaS) environment suitable for the processing, storage, ... continue reading
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Improving Azure Virtual Machines resiliency with Project Tardigrade

"Our goal is to empower organizations to run their workloads reliably on Azure. With this as our guiding principle, we are continuously investing in evolving the Azure platform to become fault resilient, not only to boost business productivity but also ... continue reading

Planning Failover Cluster Node Sizing

In this blog I will discuss considerations on planning the number of nodes in a Windows Server Failover Cluster. Starting with Windows Server 2012, Failover Clustering can support to up 64-nodes in a single cluster making it industry leading in ... continue reading
Tuning Failover Cluster Network Thresholds

Tuning Failover Cluster Network Thresholds

Windows Server Failover Clustering is a high availability platform that is constantly monitoring the network connections and health of the nodes in a cluster. If a node is not reachable over the network, then recovery action is taken to recover ... continue reading
expressroute

Building Resilient ExpressRoute Connectivity for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

As more and more organizations adopt Azure for their business-critical workloads, the connectivity between organizations’ on-premises networks and Microsoft becomes crucial. ExpressRoute provides the private connectivity between on-premises networks and Microsoft. By default, an ExpressRoute circuit provides redundant network connections ... continue reading
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Run Windows Server and SQL Server workloads seamlessly across your hybrid environments

In recent weeks, we’ve been talking about the many reasons why Windows Server and SQL Server customers choose Azure. Security is a major concern when moving to the cloud, and Azure gives you the tools and resources you need to ... continue reading