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#HotTopic #AzureUpdate – VNET Peering | Public #ChristmasEarly

July 28, 2016 Comments off

“…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

Azure Cloud Architect Boot Camp – Onboarding Track #CSP

July 27, 2016 Comments off

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…”

AzureArchitectBootCamp-Onboarding

 

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#PedanticMe

July 26, 2016 Comments off

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#Azure – Design your application for High Availability #AvailabilitySet #LoadBalancer #FD #UD #CSP

July 26, 2016 Comments off

Follow best practices when you design your application for high availability….

To reduce the impact of downtime due to one or more of these events, we recommend the following high availability best practices for your virtual machines:

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/virtual-machines-windows-manage-availability/

#AllAbout Integrating #AzureAD with OnPremAD – #ADConnect #O365 #CSP

July 21, 2016 Comments off

In a nutshell Azure AD Connect is what will be required to integrate on-premises directories with Azure Active Directory, which is the identity and access management service used by Office365 Services; this will allow users to access Office365 services using their on-premises AD credentials.

There are several more advanced topics to cover different on-prem directory scenarios, but below are almost the basic min level of understanding required; everything else will build on these base concepts … advanced topics will be covered in another post.

Benefits not Features…

July 18, 2016 Comments off

Delicious Breakfast… Dead Pig

 

Reference: http://www.eurekaselling.co.uk/sell-the-sizzle-not-the-sausage/

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This one gets my Goat… #Premises

July 18, 2016 Comments off

ITS-PREMISES

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On-premise_software
“…On-premise software, is a common, although incorrect name for on-premises software. On-premises software is installed and run on computers on the premises (in the building) of the person or organisation using the software, rather than at a remote facility, such as at a server farm somewhere on the internet…
…. Grammatically, the correct term is ‘on-premises’ software, because the word premises does not have different singular and plural forms. Irrespective of correctness, however, ‘on-premise’ is sometimes used…”

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