Tagged: Hybrid Cloud

0

Interview with MVP

Kevin Kaminski is a Windows and Devices MVP, he had this brilliant idea of creating The Virtually There with Kevin Kaminski series  various people. I had the honor to be the first one. Here is more details about is series and in special about this episode “The Virtually There with Kevin Kaminski series is a concept where I interview various people in the industry that I’ve come to know over...

0

Implementing Azure Site Recovery – Part 4 – Managing and Automating

After I post the series of Azure Site Recovery (ASR) Planning considerations, I received an enormous quantity of feedback how It should be implemented, following those considerations. So, this is the last post of a series of 4 (see the first post here, second here and third here), about how to implement Azure site recovery based protection on the scenarios describe on the previous series posts. If you want to...

0

Implementing Azure Site Recovery – Part 3 – For VMware Virtual Machines and physical server

After I post the series of Azure Site Recovery (ASR) Planning considerations, I received an enormous quantity of feedback how It should be implemented, following those considerations. So, this is the third post of a series of 4 (see the first post here and second here), about how to implement Azure site recovery based protection on the scenarios describe on the previous series posts. If you want to visit the...

0

Implementing Azure Site Recovery – Part 2 – For Hyper-V Virtual Machines in SCVMM Clouds

After I post the series of Azure Site Recovery (ASR) Planning considerations, I received an enormous quantity of feedback how It should be implemented, following those considerations. So, this is the second post of a series of 4 (see the first post here), about how to implement Azure site recovery based protection on the scenarios describe on the previous series posts. If you want to visit the series where I...

3

Implementing Azure Site Recovery – Part 1 – For Hyper-V Virtual Machines

After the series of Azure Site Recovery (ASR) Planning considerations, I received an enormous quantity of feedback how It should be implemented, following those considerations. So, this is the first post of a series of 4 about how to implement Azure site recovery based protection on the scenarios describe on the previous series posts. If you want to visit the series where I talked about the ASR Planning Considerations, you...

0

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...

0

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...

4

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...

0

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...

0

Creating an ExpressRoute 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 an ExpressRoute VPN between your datacenter and your Azure environment. Implementing ExpressRoute connectivity is a multi-step process that involves interaction with the connectivity or exchange provider to establish physical connectivity. The process relies...