Continue reading “Tech_Expert 2018 – Primeiro evento Open Source no Microsoft Azure do Rio Grande do Sul/BR”
Month: October 2018
AZURE CONFERENCE 2018
Hey guys… Last Saturday 20/10/2018 I was voluntarily speaking at the BIGGEST Azure event in Latin America, the Azure Conference 2018, bringing up the topic: Building a Disaster and Recovery scenario with Azure Site Recovery!!
Continue reading “AZURE CONFERENCE 2018”
High Availability for your Applications with Traffic Manager in Azure
Hello guys, Today I’m bringing you Traffic Manager, a great solution that enables traffic routing based on DNS, whether for failover, performance, geographic access or weighted round robin.
- Priority: Prioritize an endpoint and the others are in standby according to the configured priority.
- Weighted: When there is a need to distribute traffic among a set of endpoints, either uniformly or according to defined weights.
- Performance: When you have endpoints in different regions and end users distributed in those regions, prioritizing each one’s connection according to the “closest” endpoint.
- Geographic: Users will be directed to specific endpoints (Azure, External or Nested), based on originating DNS queries. Continue reading “High Availability for your Applications with Traffic Manager in Azure”
Hyper-V virtualized in a VM (Nested Virtualization) in Azure
Hey guys, how are you?!! Did you know that it is possible to have a virtualized hyper-v inside a Virtual Machine in Azure (Nested Virtualization)? Or even use this same hyper-v to run your Docker containers? This idea is interesting (usually for testing purposes), when you want a server environment as if it were in the on-premisses environment, where there is a need to have host Hyper-V management.
Continue reading “Hyper-V virtualized in a VM (Nested Virtualization) in Azure”