Networking

Enabling and securing ubiquitous compute from intelligent cloud to intelligent edge

terça-feira, 5 de novembro de 2019

Enterprises are embracing the cloud to run their mission-critical workloads. The number of connected devices on and off-premises, and the data they generate continue to increase requiring new enterprise network edge architectures. We call this the intelligent edge – compute closer to the data sources and users to reduce latency.

Corporate Vice President, Azure Networking

Announcing Azure Private Link

terça-feira, 17 de setembro de 2019

Through the rapidly growing adoption of Azure, customers need to access the data and services privately and securely from their networks grow exponentially. To help with this, we’re announcing the preview of Azure Private Link.

Corporate Vice President, Azure Networking

Azure Load Balancer becomes more efficient

segunda-feira, 26 de agosto de 2019

Azure introduced an advanced, more efficient Load Balancer platform in late 2017. This platform adds a whole new set of abilities for customer workloads using the new Standard Load Balancer. One of the key additions the new Load Balancer platform brings, is a simplified, more predictable and efficient outbound connectivity management.

Senior Program Manager, Azure Software Defined Networking

Building resilient Azure ExpressRoute connectivity for business continuity and disaster recovery

quinta-feira, 8 de agosto de 2019

Moving business-critical workloads demand a disaster recovery strategy not only for the frontend network connectivity to the workloads, but also for backend network connectivity directly to organizations. We share the best practices, architecture, and Azure Networking features that help maximize high availability and ExpressRoute connectivity for disaster recovery. The architecture leverages existing geo-redundant ExpressRoute circuits of an organization additionally for disaster recovery.

Program Manager, Azure Networking