In this blog post, I’m going to talk about a new feature that is now available in public preview: Support for HANA System Replication in Azure Backup for HANA.
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If you are using SAP HANA databases on Azure VMs, you probably know that Azure Backup provides a backint certified, streaming backup solution that protects your data with minimal impact on performance. But what if you also have HANA System Replication (HSR) enabled for your databases? HSR is a disaster recovery (DR) solution that replicates your data from a primary node to a secondary node in real time.
Are you thinking of moving your Oracle database to Azure? If so, you might want to consider using the Database Migration Assessment tool to help you plan and prepare for the migration. This tool can analyze your Oracle database and provide you with a report that shows the compatibility level, the estimated effort, and the potential issues and recommendations for migrating to Azure.
In this blog post, I’m going to share with you how I used Azure Migrate to assess my SQL Server migration or modernization project. Azure Migrate is a free tool that helps you discover, assess, and migrate your on-premises SQL Server databases to Azure SQL Database or Azure SQL Managed Instance.
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Hey guys, in this blog post I’m going to show you how to use Azure DNS Private Resolver to improve your network performance and security. Azure DNS Private Resolver is a service that lets you resolve DNS queries within your virtual network without relying on external DNS servers.
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Hey everyone, welcome back to my blog where I share tips and tricks on how to use Azure for your cloud computing needs. Today I want to talk about a cool feature called proximity placement groups, or PPGs for short.
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In this blog post, I want to share with you some exciting news about a new feature that we have recently added to our Azure platform: support for HANA instance snapshot integrated with backint logs.
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today I want to talk about Azure Firewall Basic, a new option that Microsoft introduced for its cloud-based network security service. Azure Firewall Basic is designed for customers who need a simple and cost-effective solution to protect their virtual networks from unwanted traffic. It offers stateful firewall capabilities, network address translation (NAT), and application rules to allow or deny traffic based on source, destination, and port. Azure Firewall Basic is easy to set up and manage through the Azure portal or PowerShell. It also integrates with Azure Monitor and Azure Sentinel for logging and analytics. If you are looking for a basic level of protection for your cloud resources, Azure Firewall Basic might be a good option for you. However, if you need more advanced features such as threat intelligence, web categories, DNS proxy, and private link service support, you should consider Azure Firewall Premium instead.