Tagged: Azure Architecure

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Considerations on using Load Balancing with Azure VMs

During this week, I had to design a solution using Azure Load Balance to build, to host a significant amount of content that requires a lot of bandwidth. From what I could find, the size and the series of the VMs in Azure impacts on the output of the bandwidth, and directly impacts on the performance of the solution. So, after careful calculation we decide to go with the F-Series....

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Choosing the type of Azure Blob storage for SQL Backups

During the storage design on the Azure Foundation workshop that I usually deliver on a beginning of a new Azure project, come the topic and following that, the discussion about what type of storage should we choose for the SQL Backups. After reviewing the different offerings that Azure provide for storage, we start to brainstorm. Assuming that we are using blob storage for SQL Backups on a running SQL on...

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Azure Site Recovery Planning Considerations – Part 4 – For VMware Virtual Machines and physical server

On these post series, I want to cover some of the planning considerations that I usually use, when I’m designing/planning with my costumers, an ASR deployment/infrastructure. I broke down in several posts so I can cover and make easy to find the considerations that you are looking for. In this post, I will cover additional considerations when you need to configure Azure-based protection of VMware virtual machines and physical servers....

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Azure Site Recovery Planning Considerations – Part 3 – For Hyper-V Virtual Machines in SCVMM clouds

On these post series, I want to cover some of the planning considerations that I usually use, when I’m designing/planning with my costumers, an ASR deployment/infrastructure. I broke down in several posts so I can cover and make easy to find the considerations that you are looking for. In this post, I will cover additional considerations when you need to configure Azure-based protection of Hyper-V virtual machines based on System...

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Azure Site Recovery Planning Considerations – Part 2 – For Hyper-V Virtual Machines

On these post series, I want to cover some of the planning considerations that I usually use, when I’m designing/planning with my costumers, an ASR deployment/infrastructure. I broke down in several posts so I can cover and make easy to find the considerations that you are looking for. In this post, I will cover additional considerations when you need to configure Azure-based protection of Hyper-V virtual machines. The general considerations...

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Azure Site Recovery Planning Considerations – Part 1

I have been writing quite a bit about how Azure Site Recovery can help you build a Disaster Recovery solution, help you migrating workloads in to Azure, help you migrate between VMware to Hyper-V and so many more others ways to use ASR. Although, I never cover what do you need to do and know, when you need to plan/design the ASR deployment/infrastructure to achieve your business requirements. The first...

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How to configure your Hybrid Network Solution with Azure

By combining the existing Azure networking features, it is possible to configure Azure virtual networks to function as an extension of your on-premises datacenter. You have the option of deploying multi-tier production workloads in Azure and making them available via Azure internal load balancers to on-premises users. Another possibility is to implement your lab or test environment in a dedicated subnet or a virtual network that is fully isolated from...

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Creating a Site-to-Site VPN on Azure

To understand deeper what are the options you have to connect your datacenter/organization with Azure, I recommend read this older post. On this post I want to share what do you need to configure so you can implement a Site-to-Site (S2S) VPN between your datacenter and your Azure environment. Configuring a site-to site connection The following procedure describes how to create an Azure virtual network and configure it with a site-to-site...

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Creating a Point-to-Site VPN on Azure

To understand deeper what are the options you have to connect your organization with Azure, I recommend read this older post. On this post, I want to share what do you need to configure so you can implement a Point-to-Site (P2S) VPN between your organization individual PC and your Azure environment. This is the typical process for creating and configuring a virtual network with point-to-site connectivity: Create the root and client...

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Options to connect your datacenter to Azure Virtual Networks – Part 4 – ExpressRoute

On the one of the previous post (see here) I briefly describe the options that you have to cross-premise connections to Azure. On this post, I want to explore more one of the options: ExpressRoute. ExpressRoute delivers private, network-layer connectivity between on-premises networks and Microsoft Cloud, without crossing the Internet, in the form of: Private peering. This includes connections to Azure virtual machines and Azure cloud services residing on Azure virtual...