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.
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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.
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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.
Hi everyone, welcome to my blog where I share tips and tricks on how to use Azure Active Directory (AD) for your business. In this post, I’m going to talk about a new feature that was recently announced: Temporary Access Pass.
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If you are looking for a simple and efficient way to manage your network resources on Azure, you should check out Azure Virtual Network Manager. This is a new service that allows you to create, monitor, and manage virtual networks across multiple regions and subscriptions.
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Hey there, Linux fans!
I have some exciting news for you. Azure Monitor Agent, the tool that lets you collect and analyze data from your Azure resources and applications, is now available on the latest Linux distros. That means you can enjoy the benefits of Azure Monitor on Ubuntu 20.04, CentOS 8, Debian 10, and more. You can also use the new Azure Monitor for VMs feature to get insights into the performance and health of your Linux VMs. To get started, just install the agent from the Azure portal or using the command line. Happy monitoring!
Hey there, Azure fans!
Today I want to share with you a cool feature that can make your life easier when you need to connect to your Azure VMs: Azure Bastion IP Based Connection.
What is Azure Bastion IP Based Connection? It’s a way to connect to your VMs using their private IP addresses, without exposing them to the public internet. This means you can access your VMs securely and conveniently, without having to set up a VPN or a jumpbox.
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Hi Guys, in this blog post I’m going to explain what Cloud Cache is and how to use it with Azure Virtual Desktop.
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Cloud Cache is a feature that allows you to store your user profile data in multiple locations, such as Azure Blob Storage, Azure Files, or local storage.
Continue reading “Automating your Internal DNS during a disaster with Azure Site Recovery”
today I want to share with you a cool tip on how to automate your internal DNS during a disaster with Azure Site Recovery. If you don’t know what Azure Site Recovery is, it’s a service that helps you replicate your on-premises workloads to the cloud and fail over to them in case of a disaster. It’s a great way to ensure business continuity and minimize downtime.
Continue reading “Creating Application Rules for Azure Firewall with Powershell”
in this blog post I’m going to show you how to create application rules for Azure Firewall with Powershell. Application rules are used to control outbound access to specific FQDNs or IP addresses on a per-application basis. They are useful when you want to restrict or allow traffic based on the application identity, rather than the network identity.