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NetDevOps on Azure

Introduction With every company, across every industry, digitally transforming, tons of modern applications are built at an unprecedented pace and speed, and all rely on the underlying network infrastructure. Networking enables application components to communicate with each other, its dependencies, ... continue reading
The Parent Tag: cm-resource-parent for Azure Cost Management

The Parent Tag: cm-resource-parent for Azure Cost Management

No, not the 1968 movie starring Haley Mills or the 1998 movie with Lindsay Lohan (depending on your vintage) - the parent tag is a new way to group related Microsoft Azure resources in Microsoft Cost Management + Billing. But ... continue reading
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Azure Native Qumulo Scalable File Service provides seamless, secure data storage

The amount of data created and consumed is expected to grow exponentially over the next decade. This proliferation has radically changed enterprise data storage requirements. Today, enterprises are in search of storage solutions with unlimited capacity and performance scaling capabilities ... continue reading
Azure Stack HCI: What's new for Software Defined Networking (SDN) with WAC v2211

Azure Stack HCI: What’s new for Software Defined Networking (SDN) with WAC v2211

A warm 2023 “Hello” to our Customers and Partners! Today is an exciting day as we share with each of you the extensive new features and improvements for SDN in Windows Admin Center 2211 (WAC)!  We cannot thank you enough ... 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
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Domain Join a Storage Account Leveraging Azure Automation

Are you looking to take the next step in your cloud journey and pivot away from managing file servers? Why not look at Azure Files! In short; Azure Files offers fully managed file shares in the cloud that are accessible ... continue reading
Enabling DDOS Protection Standard on a VNET

Microsoft DDoS protection response guide

Receiving Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack threats? DDoS threats have seen a significant rise in frequency lately, and Microsoft stopped numerous large-scale DDoS attacks last year. This guide provides an overview of what Microsoft provides at the platform level, ... continue reading
How to transfer files to your Azure VM with no public open RDP port

How to transfer files to your Azure VM with no public open RDP port

Microsoft released Azure Bastion as a way to connect with a remote session into a virtual machine (VM) on Microsoft Azure, without needing to have the VM’s RDP port available on the internet. Now you can keep port 3389 closed ... continue reading
Network filtering in Azure’s virtual network

Enabling Zero Trust with Azure network security services

This blog has been co-authored by Eliran Azulai, Principal Program Manager. With the accelerated pace of digital transformation since the COVID-19 pandemic breakthrough, organizations continuously look to migrate their workloads to the cloud and to ensure their workloads are secure ... continue reading
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Using Azure Bicep to Deploy SQL MI into an Existing Virtual Network

Recently, I was working with a customer who wanted to deploy SQL Managed Instance (MI) into an existing virtual network with Infrastructure as Code (IaC). Having some experience with Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates, I decided to fulfill their request ... continue reading