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#AzureSecurity Network Security Techniques for Azure #NSG #NVA #UDR #VPN #ExpressRoute #NTierArchitecture

January 18, 2017 Comments off

…Microsoft Azure platform allows customers to seamlessly extend their infrastructure into the cloud and build multi-tier architectures. Additionally, third parties can enable enhanced capabilities by offering security services and virtual appliances. This white paper provides an overview of security and architectural issues that customers should consider … It also covers creating more secure services in Azure virtual networks…

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“…The following logic chart can direct you to a specific example of the many security techniques available with the Azure platform. For quick reference, find the example that best fits your case. For expanded explanations, continue reading through the paper….”

azurenetworksecurityflowchart

 

Example 1: Build a perimeter network (also known as DMZ, demilitarized zone, or screened subnet) to help protect applications with network security groups (NSGs).
Example 2: Build a perimeter network to help protect applications with a firewall and NSGs.
Example 3: Build a perimeter network to help protect networks with a firewall, user-defined route (UDR), and NSG.
Example 4: Add a hybrid connection with a site-to-site, virtual appliance virtual private network (VPN).
Example 5: Add a hybrid connection with a site-to-site, Azure VPN gateway.
Example 6: Add a hybrid connection with ExpressRoute.

#Azure101 Upload Windows VHD to Azure #HyperV #Hybrid #ARM

July 1, 2016 Comments off

This article shows you how to upload a virtual hard disk (VHD) with a Windows operating system so that you can use it to create new Windows virtual machines (VMs) by using the Azure Resource Manager deployment model. For more details about disks and VHDs in Azure, see About disks and VHDs for virtual machines.

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/documentation/articles/virtual-machines-windows-upload-image/

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