This reference architecture shows a set of proven practices for running an N-tier application in multiple Azure regions, in order to achieve availability and a robust disaster recovery infrastructure.
This reference architecture shows a microservices architecture deployed to Azure Service Fabric. It shows a basic cluster configuration that can be the starting point for most deployments.
This reference architecture shows how to deploy virtual machines (VMs) and a virtual network configured for an N-tier application, using SQL Server on Windows for the data tier.
This reference architecture shows how to connect an on-premises network to virtual networks on Azure, using Azure ExpressRoute. ExpressRoute connections use a private, dedicated connection through a third-party connectivity provider. The private connection extends your on-premises network into Azure.
This reference architecture shows how to extend a network from on premises or from Azure Stack into an Azure virtual network, using a site-to-site virtual private network (VPN). Traffic flows between the on-premises network and Azure through an IPSec VPN tunnel or through the Azure Stack multitenant VPN gateway.
This architecture shows how to extend an on-premises Active Directory domain to Azure to provide distributed authentication services.
This reference architecture builds on the hub-spoke reference architecture to include shared services in the hub that can be consumed by all spokes.
This reference architecture shows a secure hybrid network that extends an on-premises network to Azure. The architecture implements a DMZ, also called a perimeter network, between the on-premises network and an Azure virtual network. All inbound and outbound traffic passes through Azure Firewall.
This reference architecture shows best practices for integrating on-premises Active Directory domains with Azure AD to provide cloud-based identity authentication.
This reference architecture shows how to implement a hub-spoke topology in Azure. The hub is a virtual network in Azure that acts as a central point of connectivity to your on-premises network. The spokes are virtual networks that peer with the hub, and can be used to isolate workloads. Traffic flows between the on-premises datacenter and the hub through an ExpressRoute or VPN gateway connection.
This guide is intended for enterprise IT architects and executives. Using the lens of the physical datacenter, the guide discusses an approach to designing secure, trusted virtual datacenters on the Azure platform. Azure Virtual Datacenter is not a specific product or service but rather a way to think about cloud infrastructures. It offers proven practices and guidance to help smooth your migration to the cloud. At the end of this guide, you can learn about the upcoming Virtual Datacenter Automation guidance. This guidance includes a collection of scripts and Azure Resource Manager...
Microsoft Azure has the option to enable Accelerated Networking on VM's. This script can be used to enable/disable this feature on your Azure VM's.
This scripts let to modify azure network adaptor by letting you delete, recreate and export adaptors in an Azure resource group.
This course, Managing Infrastructure with Microsoft Azure - Getting Started, equips the new Azure administrator with the skills needed to be successful deploying infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) applications and services. First, you'll learn to deploy Azure virtual machines (VMs) by using the Azure Portal, Windows PowerShell, and the Azure Command-Line Interface (CLI). Second, you will perform configuration management on those VMs. Last, you will learn how to enhance Azure system security and understand how to monitor and troubleshoot your Azure services. By the end of this course,...
Want to know the basics of Microsoft Azure? Join MVP Corey Hynes as he delivers the first in a series of courses designed to teach you all about Azure. Explore foundational concepts in this Azure training. Learn why Azure exists and what problems it solves for startups and for Fortune 500 companies. Plus, take a look at other high-level conceptual topics related to Azure implementation. Then, learn about Microsoft accounts, organizational accounts, Azure accounts, subscriptions, and Azure Active Directories. And get the details on users, subscription and organizational roles, and common...
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If you’d like to see how and why Microsoft IT is migrating its application portfolio to the public cloud, be sure to view this webinar. Plus, see what steps it’s taking to improve network performance and reliability. Watch Principal Network Architect David Lef, as he talks about the network architecture Microsoft IT is using to embrace cloud computing. See how Microsoft does IT in its global workplace.
By now, you have heard of Microsoft Azure and have probably also heard a lot of the associated terminology, like virtual networks, web apps, worker roles, virtual machines, Azure Active Directory, compute, REST APIs, blobs, and more. Watch this demo-packed session, and learn what Azure is, wh
What’s driving business transformation in the cloud-first world? Technology innovation! And Windows Server, System Center, and Microsoft Azure can play a pivotal role. To accelerate value and to stay ahead of the competition, you need infrastructure that unleashes application innovation and you need
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IT Pros, are you curious about how moving to the cloud might give your organization cost benefits, with greater scale and flexibility? But does that move sound scary? Join this group of Microsoft experts who will show you how to take that journey to the cloud one step at a time. Learn how your organ
Malte Lantin und ich haben in den letzten Wochen unser Cloud Camp als Kurs in der Microsoft Virtual Academy produziert. Dieser Kurs ist jetzt verfügbar und kann über den folgenden Link absolviert werden: http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/microsoft-azure-basic-services In dem Kurs behandeln wir die zentralen Dienste von Microsoft Azure, d.h. die Dienste, die wohl die meisten Anwender primär nutzen: Azure Compute Services Azure Data Services Azure Networking Der Kurs ist aufgeteilt in vier Module, neben einem Überblick je ein Modul pro Service-Gruppe: ...
This document is a guide to enhancing network communications security to better protect virtual infrastructure and data and applications deployed in Microsoft Azure
If you're an IT Pro who needs guidance configuring Azure multi-site virtual private networks (VPNs), check out this course. Get a general overview of networking in Azure, and cover all the steps required to set up VPNs in Azure. Explore deployment planning, connectivity testing, monitoring, and more
Establish Microsoft Azure IaaS Technical Fundamentals
Get the details on network, storage, and automation, as you continue the deep dive into the supporting technologies that light up Azure IaaS. In this second in a series of Azure IaaS trainings for IT Pros, explore networking and hybrid connectivity to extend your datacenter, see why storage is the f
Dive Deep into Networking Storage and Disaster Recovery Scenarios
IT Pros, are you planning to expand your datacenter into the cloud or exploring the possibility? Want to learn what it would take? In this course, get the information you need. Experts Aleksandar Đorđević and Predrag Jelesijević walk you through an overview and explore key scenarios in Microsoft Azu