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.
Some Azure customers may have noticed that for a VM deployed in a US region, when they launch a localized page on a web browser it may redirect them to an international site. This post explains why this may be happening.
Learn about how our hybrid connectivity options stack up against each other and what’s right for you.
Azure subscription and service limits are an important part of architecture planning. Learn about a new reference page for Azure limits and how to request increases.