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’.
Last week at TechEd Europe we announced the general availability of Network Security groups, a key addition to the Azure Networking stack.
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.
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.
We are very excited to announce the support for ‘Internal Load Balancing’ (ILB) in Azure. Internal load balancing (ILB) enables you to run highly available services behind a private IP address which…
We are excited to announce that you can now create Virtual Networks (VNet) that span an entire region. While creating a new virtual network, you can refer to the Region instead of an…