At TechEd Europe 2014, we announced several improvements to the Azure Virtual Network Gateway. In this post, we will provide an overview of each new capability, and also the instructions for using these features.
In May 2014 we announced the general availability of Regional Virtual Network. This enabled users to utilize their virtual network at regional scale and enjoy new features such as ‘Reserved IPs’, ‘Internal Load Balancing’ and ‘Instance level Public IPs’.
Yesterday evening Pacific Standard Time, Azure storage services experienced a service interruption across the United States, Europe and parts of Asia, which impacted multiple cloud services in these regions. I want to first sincerely apologize for the disruption this has caused.
This post shows you how to link an ExpressRoute circuit to an Azure VNET owned by a different subscription.
Just as Azure continues to release new cloud services at a rapid pace, it is also driving innovation in data protection, threat defense, network security, and identity and access management.
Last week at TechEd Europe we announced the general availability of Network Security groups, a key addition to the Azure Networking stack.
This tutorial goes through using VNET integration or Hybrid Connections to install WordPress with MySQL in Azure VM or on-premises.
At TechEd Europe 2014, we announced support for multiple Network Interface (NICs) in Azure VMs, along with several important partnership in bringing Network Virtual Appliances to Azure, notably Citrix Netscaler and Riverbed appliances.
We have introduced a new distribution mode called Source IP Affinity and is also known as session affinity or client IP affinity. Azure Load Balancer can be configured to use a 2 tuple (Source IP, Destination IP) or 3 tuple (Source IP, Destination IP, Protocol) to map traffic to the available servers.
Learn about new features and partnerships announced at TechEd Europe 2014.