Today I´m going to show how to configure Azure Traffic Manager and what things you need to keep in mind during the installation.
I had case where I needed to have VNET peering between ASM & ARM VNETs in the same Azure Subscription. I will show you the steps what I did.
I´m currently rebuilding my demo environment and I already have S2S VPN up and running between my datacenter and Microsoft Azure. Next thing what I´m planning to install is Azure Site Recovery (with VMM). I wanted to create own VNET for the DR purposes in Azure so I´m going to configure VNET peering between ASR VNET and the VNET which has the VPN connection to the on-premises. This blog show the simple steps how I did that.
We had some major issues with our blog site lately and unfortunately we didn´t have any backups (yes, I know) of it. After investigating the issue I was luckily be able to get site up and running again. This blog post is a short note how easily you can configure backups of your web app.
As I promised in my earlier blog post, I will now demonstrate how you are able to manage you servers and of course Nano server from Azure. It is still in preview phase, but there are lot of things what you are able to do and numbers are counting.
Just keep in mind that if you have some core servers in you your datacenter you will get a possibility to manage them via different GUIs as well.
I have worked with RBAC on Azure and there are few things what you need to remember when configuring RBAC rights. You need to remember that resource providers which are used needs to be registered before delegating rights. Following blog post will describe you the steps how you can register RPs.
It has been a while after last blog post, but there has been reason for it. We have been fully working with new products and now we would like to share some great new stuff.
This blog post will contain step by step guide to install Windows Server 2016 Core with Containers Tech Preview 4 to Azure. We will also install Windows Container with IIS and show how to use NAT module for networking. Refer MS container documentation for more details.
This blog post shows the steps how to easily schedule Start/stop your ARM VMs.
For example on demo/dev environments you can save costs when turning VMs off when you are not using them.
I will show you the easiest way and therefore I will do everything from the portal without needing any scripting knowledge.
We are going to use Graphical Runbooks which are provided by Microsoft. With these Runbooks you are able to schedule start/stop ARM VMs for Azure subscription or resource group or a single named VM.
In this example I have already create Resource Group called Demo and it contains one VM.
This blog post will describe needed steps to configure Azure File Storage. Azure File Storage offers shared storage for applications using the standard SMB 2.1 or SMB 3.0.
In this post we are using Azure Preview portal, because we want to show how to manage different things from there.
Today it quite easy to analyze VMs on Azure and check current status. This blogpost shows needed steps to get understanding of VM health.