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Here’s a list of the Microsoft Azure Service Updates from over the past week:
- Azure Automation will begin redirecting users to the new portal in September
- Azure CDN from Akamai supports HTTP/2
- DocumentDB: SDK support for automatic retries, parallel query execution, and performance improvements
- Service update: August 10, 2016
- Monetizing your APIs in API Management
- Send runback job status and job streams from Automation to Log…
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” … Customers have provided us consistent feedback that they want a comprehensive, end-to-end, cloud-based solution for delivering Windows apps. The best way for us to deliver this is with Citrix through XenApp “express”, currently under development. XenApp “express” combines the simplicity of application remoting and the scalability of Azure with the security, management, and performance benefits of XenApp, to deliver Windows applications to any employee on any device…”
“…Given this, we will gradually wind down the delivery of Azure RemoteApp over the next year. We are absolutely committed to ensuring our existing Azure RemoteApp customers have a smooth transition. Additional options for customers include moving to a hosted solution through one of our many hosting partners, as well as Remote Desktop Services deployed on Azure IaaS…”
Microsoft distributes some really nice looking Azure architecture diagrams / blueprints (like the one on the right) in various materials and even includes them in keynotes, presentations and other places. These really seem like they must be created with Photoshop by a graphic designer. However, this is not the case.
These architecture diagrams are created using Visio! If you have Visio, you too can get your hands on the various assets necessary to create your own awesome architecture diagrams like these!
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First Day Down..4 more to do #AzureCloudArchitectBootCamp #Redmond #Hackathon #CloudPlusEnterprise_University
…Lots of great stuff that people have been calling out for on the Azure Services Roadmap…shame I am under NDA
“…VNet Peering provides the ability to link two Virtual Networks in the same geo region directly. It allows Virtual Machine resources in both the VNets to connect directly through private IP addresses as if it were part of the same network. VNet peering achieves this by routing packets between the Virtual Networks through the internal Azure backbone network and thus does not involve any gateway in the path. This allows for a low latency, high bandwidth connection between the Virtual Machines in the VNets. VNet peering also allows transit through the peered VNets, thus a Network Virtual Appliance or a VPN gateway in one VNet can be used by a Virtual Machine in another peered VNet. Peering will work across VNets in different subscriptions and between an ARM (V2) and ASM (V1) VNet. It does not work between two ASM VNets….” http://bit.ly/2awjIRe
Join the conversation at the Azure Cloud Architect Boot Camp Yammer group
“…Course content has been developed, and will be presented, by senior Microsoft Solution Architects, Engineering, Azure Circle of Excellence (CoE) team and Customer Advisory Team (CAT). There will be a mix of presentations, case study workshops, hackathons, and Q&A panels…”