Azure Site Recovery is getting widely adopted by both enterprises and service providers as a standard for disaster recovery in virtualized, physical, and cloud environments.
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.
Learn about new features and partnerships announced at TechEd Europe 2014.
Points to new topics describing Linux containers, Docker VM Extension usage, CoreOS VM images for clusters of containers, and a wide range of Linux documentation on azure.microsoft.com.
Today at TechEd, in Barcelona Spain, we unveiled several new enhancements to Microsoft Azure enabling simplification, scale and innovation.
Announcing the addition of Storage Array-Based Replication to ASR’s expansive portfolio of replication capabilities. Enterprises that seek to leverage the snapshot and replication capabilities of their Storage Area Network (SAN) Arrays to enable high performance synchronous and asynchronous replication across their on-premises private clouds can now orchestrate end-to-end disaster recovery with ASR and System Center
Azure VM OSPatching extension for Linux enables the Azure VM administrators to automate the VM OS updates with the customized configurations.
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.
In this post, we will learn how to migrate a Virtual Machine from one storage account to another.
A few hours ago, Scott Guthrie and Satya Nadella talked about Microsoft’s strategy for cloud computing, announcing several important technology and partnership updates to Microsoft Azure.