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Step-by-Step: How to configure a SQL Server 2008 R2 Failover Cluster Instance in Azure

Introduction If you are reading this article you probably are still using SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 and want to take advantage of the extended security updates that Microsoft is offering if you move your SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 into Azure. I previously wrote about this topic in this blog post. You may be wondering how […]

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Step-By-Step: Creating an Azure Point-to-Site VPN

Site-to-Site VPN is the most common method organizations use to connect on-premises network to Azure vNet. This VPN connection is initiated in your edge firewall or router level. But what if you connecting from remote location such as home? We can use point-to-site method to do that. In this method it will use certificates to

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Configure Storage Spaces Direct on a Virtual Lab – Step by Step

How to configure a Storage Spaces Direct cluster and a hyper-converged Hyper-V on a virtual lab with four storage VMs. The Virtual Lab created becomes a base infrastructure to build into a complete hybrid cloud environment. In this KB article, we configure a relatively raw virtual lab into a robust storage environment.

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Add Storage Spaces as a Cluster Resource

This article will show a step-by-step procedure on how to add Storage Spaces storage and disks as a Windows Cluster Resource on Windows Server 2012r2 and 2016 We will use the Failover Cluster Manager instead of PowerShell for the next operations since these same steps will be performed routinely by your operations. Add the Storage Pool We will take

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Step-By-Step: Migrating The Active Directory Certificate Service From Windows Server 2003 to 2012 R2

Support for both Windows Server 2003 and 2003 R2 ended on July 14th 2015 and yet there are still a number of organizations operating their businesses on it. With this in mind, there are still a great number of IT professionals in midst of planning migration. This guide, originally shared by Microsoft MVP Dishan Francis, will

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Step-By-Step: Setting up AD FS and Enabling Single Sign-On to Office 365

This post will walk you through a typical highly available setup into Office 365. Ideally this server will be installed as virtual servers on multiple Hyper-V hosts. Think about redundancy, not only in the virtual servers, but in the Hyper-V servers as well. Install one AD FS and one AD FS Proxy on one Hyper-V

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Extend your File server with Azure File Sync and Migrate with Windows Admin Center

In the former blog post “step by step Windows Server 2019 File Server clustering With powershell or GUI #Cluster #HA #Azure #WindowsAdminCenter #WindowsServer2019” I created a File share on a Cluster to make the share HA. This is more the traditional way to make the share HA. But what if you have multiple locations and

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Modernize your Java Spring Boot application with Azure Database for MySQL

This blog post is co-authored by Parikshit Savjani, Senior Program Manager, Azure OSS Database service. Spring is a well-known Java-based framework for building web and enterprise applications addressing the modern business needs. One of the advantages of using the Spring Boot framework is that it simplifies the data access from relational and NoSQL data stores. Spring

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Step by Step Windows Server 2019 File Server Clustering With PowerShell or GUI

Installing the Cluster is easy now days. But just this I post a little blog on how to do this, In my blog stats it shows that the 2012 post is still very active , so time for an update to Windows Server 2019. in the creation there isn’t much changed, it gets only easier.

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