Hey guys, today I’m going to show you how to create DNAT rules for Azure Firewall with Powershell. DNAT stands for Destination Network Address Translation, and it allows you to redirect traffic from a public IP address to a private IP address on your virtual network. This is useful if you want to expose some services or applications to the internet without exposing your entire network.Continue reading “Creating DNAT Rules for Azure Firewall with Powershell”
today I’m going to show you how to create network rules for Azure Firewall with Powershell. Network rules allow you to control the traffic between your virtual networks and the internet based on source and destination IP addresses, ports and protocols. They are useful for scenarios where you need granular control over specific network flows.
I have some exciting news to share with you today. Microsoft has finally announced the support for SFTP on Azure Blob storage! This means you can now securely transfer files to and from your Azure Blob containers using the standard SFTP protocol. No more hassle with third-party solutions or custom scripts. Just use your favorite SFTP client and connect to your Azure Blob endpoint with your credentials. You can also use Azure role-based access control (RBAC) to manage permissions and access levels for your SFTP users.
Hey everyone, in this post I’m going to show you how to use Autoscale for Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) to optimize your costs and performance. Autoscale is a feature that automatically adjusts the number of session hosts in your AVD host pool based on the demand and schedule. This way, you can ensure that you always have enough capacity for your users without wasting resources or money.
Hello everyone! I’m very happy to share with you some amazing news: I’m moving from Brazil to Spain to work for a multinational IT services company. 🎉
I’ve always dreamed of living in Europe and having an international professional experience.Continue reading “Moving to Spain”
Hey there, welcome to my blog where I share some tips and tricks on how to use Azure Managed Disks. Today I want to talk about how to enable Zone redundant storage (ZRS) for your disks and why you should do it.Continue reading “Enabling Zone redundant storage (ZRS) for your Managed Disks”
Hey everyone, in this blog post I’m going to show you how to change the performance of Azure Premium SSDs without downtime. This is a great feature that allows you to scale up or down your disk performance based on your workload needs.Continue reading “Changing the Performance of Azure Premium SSDs without downtime”
Hey there, welcome to my blog! Today I’m going to show you how to use Azure Virtual Desktop to start your virtual machine on connect. This is a cool feature that lets you save money and resources by only running your VM when you need it.
Hey there, SQL and SAP HANA users! Have you ever wondered how to restore your databases in another region in case of a disaster? Well, wonder no more, because I’m going to show you how to do it in a few simple steps.Continue reading “Restoring your SQL/SAP HANA in another region”
Hey there!! Today I’m going to show you how to use Azure Policy to ensure disaster recovery (DR) of your virtual machines (VMs). Azure Policy is a service that lets you create and assign policies to your Azure resources, such as VMs, storage accounts, networks, etc. Policies are rules that define what actions are allowed or denied on your resources. For example, you can use policies to enforce naming conventions, tags, locations, sizes, and more.Continue reading “Replicating Virtual Machines between Continents”