At the core of every Azure innovation, is our focus to solve for the needs of developers. Today at //build, we announced exciting updates to Azure which enable developers of all types with the flexibility to build cloud apps and services across multiple devices and platforms.
When an administrator is setting up an application for disaster recovery, one of the major goals that he or she has is to keep the recovery time objective (RTO) as low as possible.
This updated white paper provides information on how customers can use Azure’s native network security features to help protect their information assets.
Last week at TechEd Europe we announced the general availability of Network Security groups, a key addition to the Azure Networking stack.
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.
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.
Azure Websites is happy to announce support for integration between your Azure VNET and your Azure Websites. The Virtual Network feature grants your website access to resources running your VNET.
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.