Tagged: Network

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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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What Accelerated Networking can do on Azure VMs

Microsoft have been making a lot of enhancements on Azure VMs, specially on the performance. One of those is Accelerated Network adapters that is available on some of the Azure VM Series. Although they have made huge improvements in throughput that benefited VMs both with Accelerated Networking and those without. However, there are some things that only Accelerated Networking can do because it makes use of hardware to improve networking...

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Adding an IP to an existing Azure Virtual Network Gateway

So, you have a Virtual Network Gateway deployed in Azure and it’s working just fine, although you would like to add another public IP to an existing Azure Virtual Network Gateway to be used as an Active/Active BGP scenario. The question is: Can I update the IP configuration for the existing gateway or do I have to remove/rebuild the gateway to add the new public IP? The answer is: You...

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How to plan your System Center Virtual Machine Manager Networks

For several times I have just ending up to explain how we should handle with networks on SCVMM in different scenarios. Here is the base that I use to planning SCVMM networks for all scenarios. SCVMM provides many options when you plan to connect your virtual machines to a physical network. You can use these options on their own or in a mixed environment, depending on your needs. VLAN-based configuration...