As a follow up to the GA announcement, I wanted to write a post about scenarios, usage and other frequently asked questions about Instance-Level Public IP Address.
We are pleased to announce availability of Azure Traffic Manager within Azure in China. Use Azure Traffic Manager to achieve global scale, performance and resilience for your applications.
Internal load balancing (ILB) for Azure services was previewed in May 2014 and went into General Availability in July. Today, we are excited to bring both these technologies together; SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups can now be run with ILB. Availability Group is SQL Server’s flagship solution for high availability and disaster recovery.
In this post, we will explain how to setup the required networking infrastructure with the help of an example as well as learn how to setup networking on-premises and on Azure and then concluding with how to do a test failover and a planned failover.
We are happy to announce that Azure Load Balancer now supports configurable TCP Idle timeout for your PaaS and IaaS Cloud Services.
Getting started with reverse DNS for Azure Cloud Services using PowerShell
Learn about new ExpressRoute locations and partners across the US, Europe and Asia.
This blog provides a step-by-step guide to set up a highly available on-premises VPN gateway using Windows technologies to connect to Azure.
Announcing external endpoint and weighted load balancing in Azure Traffic Manager, and how to administer these features via our new PowerShell cmdlets for Traffic Manager service management.
Learn how to connect your virtual networks together with VNet-to-VNet.