Hi there! In this blog post, I’m going to show you how to use VM Applications to manage and deploy applications on Azure. VM Applications are a new feature that lets you create and manage virtual machine (VM) images with pre-installed applications and configurations. You can use VM Applications to deploy your applications faster and more consistently across different Azure regions and environments.Continue reading “How to use VM Applications to manage and deploy applications”
In this blog post, I’m going to show you how to share images across subscriptions and tenants in Azure. This is a useful feature if you want to reuse your custom images in different environments or share them with other users.Continue reading “Share images across subscriptions and tenants in Azure”
If you are running SAP applications on Azure, you might want to monitor their availability, performance, and operation. Azure Monitor for SAP solutions is a perfect solution for this purpose. It is an Azure-native monitoring product that collects data from Azure infrastructure and databases in one central location. You can then use Azure Monitor workbooks to create custom visualizations and alerts for your SAP landscapes.
welcome to my blog where I share my insights and tips on Azure networking. Today I want to talk about Azure Gateway Load Balancer, a new service that was recently announced by Microsoft. Azure Gateway Load Balancer is a SKU of the Azure Load Balancer portfolio that is designed for high performance and high availability scenarios with third-party network virtual appliances (NVAs). NVAs are software solutions that provide network functions such as firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention, traffic analytics, and more. With Azure Gateway Load Balancer, you can easily deploy, scale, and manage NVAs in your virtual network without any extra configuration or overhead.