Azure Networks for 4Sysops

I’m starting a new series of “how-to” (as well as “why”) articles on Microsoft Azure for 4Sysops. The first part that covers creating virtual networks, both using the web GUI console and using PowerShell, as well as assigning fixed IP addresses to IaaS VMs is now live – read it here.

Enjoy! And thanks for reading.

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Azure for IT Professionals – part 3 for virtualizationreview.com

And here is the final part of my mammoth overview of Windows Azure on VirtualizationReview.com. This time I cover storage, Recovery Manager, cache, media services and Azure Active Directory as well as service bus and the new DevOps portal. Read it here.

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PowerShell Deployment Toolkit with a GUI for 4Sysops

A long time ago I reviewed a tool called PDT, PowerShell Deployment Toolkit for 4Sysops, (it’s a funny name since it doesn’t actually deploy PowerShell, it deploys System Center 2012 / 2012 R2). It’s now been furnished with a GUI by a couple of people in Germany and it works quite well – read all about it here.

Enjoy! And thanks for reading.

Azure for IT Professionals – part 2 for virtualizationreview.com

With the title Rethinking IT, part 2 of my big overview of Microsoft Azure is now live on virtualizationreview.com. This time I look at automation, cloud services, mobile services, diagnostics and networking, specifically virtual networks and Expressroute. I also look at Traffic Manager and SQL versus SQL Server. Read it here.

 

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