It’s a new year and it’s time for new things. This month I’m starting a monthly series to summarize some notable things that have happened in Azure IaaS.
Aidan Finn discusses Microsoft’s recent announcement that Accelerated Networking is now generally available for Windows and Linux virtual machines running in Azure.
Aidan Finn compares and contrasts the two options for deploying SQL Server in Microsoft Azure, Azure SQL, and SQL Server running in a virtual machine.
Aidan Finn explains what Azure Web Apps are and what they offer to businesses that require an enterprise-class facility for line-of-business web-based applications running in the cloud.
Michael Otey discusses Hyper-V Replica as an option for protecting business-critical virtual machines from site or system outages.
Replication is one of the fastest and most effective high availability technologies for protecting and quickly restoring VMs in the event of a site or system failure. Find out how virtual machine replicas enable you to minimize downtime.
Aidan Finn looks at some of the best practices for using the StorSimple 1200 virtual appliance.
Learn how to attach a customized virtual hard disk to a new Azure virtual machine.
Aidan Finn walks you through how to use a new feature in Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V called Key Storage Drive, which gives you the ability to encrypt your virtual machines’ disks.
This guide will show you how to deploy an Azure virtual machine as a domain controller (DC).
Walk through the troubleshooting steps for when you are unable to log into a Windows virtual machine (VM) in Azure via a remote desktop connection (aka RDP).
Aidan shows how to recover a virtual machine using the Azure Portal from a back up of your Azure Resource Manager (ARM) or CSP virtual machine.
Aidan provides step-by-step directions to download a virtual machine from Microsoft Azure and get it running on a local or on-premises Hyper-V host/cluster.