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Configuring Azure virtual network subnets with CIDR notation

For people new to networking, creating Azure Virtual Network subnets can be tricky. Learn how CIDR notation works to segment ranges of IP addresses. When you create an Azure virtual network, you'll get default IP addresses that look something like ... continue reading
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How to design secure and convenient access to AKS clusters

API Server is a crucial component of Kubernetes that allows cluster configuration, workload management and a lot more. While this endpoint is incredibly important to secure; developers and engineers typically require regular and convenient access to that API. Striking a ... continue reading
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Boost your client performance with Azure Files SMB Multichannel

Lower your deployment cost, while improving client performance with Server Message Block (SMB) Multichannel on premium tier. Today, we are announcing the preview of Azure Files SMB Multichannel on premium tier. SMB 3.0 introduced the SMB Multichannel technology in Windows ... continue reading

Azure Load Balancer insights using Azure Monitor for Networks

Erich Robinson-Tillenburg joins Scott Hanselman to demo and explain health monitoring and configuration analysis for Azure Load Balancer using Azure Monitor for Networks, a central hub that provides access to health and connectivity monitoring for all your network resources.[0:00:00]– Overview[0:01:16]– ... continue reading
Design a hybrid Domain Name System solution with Azure

Design a hybrid Domain Name System solution with Azure

Domain Name System (DNS) has a bad reputation for always being at fault if there are any issues with system connectivity and availability. This critical service translates "friendly" system names to network IP addresses, much like looking up a physical ... continue reading
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How To Scale Apps On Kubernetes

  Introduction Application scalability is very important for business success. Companies spend millions in ideation, software development, testing, and deployment to provide value to their customers. These customers then will use the app, but not in a regular basis. We ... continue reading

Johnson Controls simplifies remote access to legacy, on-prem apps with Azure AD and F5 BIG-IP APM

For organizations that operate a hybrid environment with a mix of on-premises and cloud apps, shifting to remote work in response to COVID-19 has not been easy. VPN solutions can be clumsy and slow, making it difficult for users to ... continue reading

Johnson Controls simplifies remote access to legacy, on-premises apps with Azure AD and F5 BIG-IP AP

For organizations that operate a hybrid environment with a mix of on-premises and cloud apps, shifting to remote work in response to COVID-19 has not been easy. VPN solutions can be clumsy and slow, making it difficult for users to ... continue reading

Three reasons to migrate your ASP.NET apps and SQL Server data to Azure

The way we work and live has changed. Over the last several months, enterprises have had to shift their strategy from “physical first” to digital first and accelerate their digital transformation to enable remote productivity, reduce costs, or rapidly address ... continue reading
Traditional Failover Clustering in Azure

Traditional Failover Clustering in Azure

Hello folks, Last month I presented a session during the “Windows Server webinar miniseries - Month of Cloud Essentials”. The session was on how to create highly available apps with Azure VMs. Following the session I was asked about setting ... continue reading