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Azure ExpressRoute

2021-05-18T08:15:11+00:00

Bookmarks Features Use Cases Pricing Validate Your Knowledge Enables you to establish a private connection between your on-premises data center or corporate network to your Azure cloud infrastructure. More secure, reliable, and faster than conventional VPN connections. Supports dynamic routing between your network and Microsoft via Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). The connection is redundant in every peering location for higher reliability. Features ExpressRoute connections enable access to Microsoft Azure services and Microsoft Office 365 services from your on-premises network. Provides connectivity to all regions within a geopolitical region. To extend connectivity across geopolitical [...]

Azure ExpressRoute2021-05-18T08:15:11+00:00

Azure Front Door

2022-08-12T10:07:38+00:00

A service that uses Microsoft's global network to improve the availability and performance of your applications to your local and global users. It works at the HTTP/HTTPS layer and uses a split TCP-based anycast protocol to ensure your users connect to the nearest Front Door point of presence. Supports a range of traffic-routing methods and backend health monitoring options for various application needs and automatic failover models. With URL-based routing, it routes the traffic to backend pools based on URL paths of the request. You can configure more than one website on the same Front Door with multiple-site hosting. Use [...]

Azure Front Door2022-08-12T10:07:38+00:00

Azure Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

2022-08-05T08:38:05+00:00

Bookmarks Concepts Roles Best Practices Validate Your Knowledge A role-based access control service to manage user’s access to Azure resources including what they can do with those resources and what areas they can access. It is an authorization system based on Azure Resource Manager, which provides fine-grained access management of Azure resources. Concepts A role assignment is composed of security principal, role definition, and scope. Security Principal - an object representing a user, group, service principal, and managed identity that requests access to Azure resources. Role Definition - a list of permissions that [...]

Azure Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)2022-08-05T08:38:05+00:00

Microsoft Compliance Offerings

2021-02-22T09:17:29+00:00

Microsoft Trust Center provides access to security, privacy, and compliance information. Security - provides information about identity & access management, threat & information protection, and cloud security. Privacy - provides information on how you can secure your data at rest and in transit. Compliance - provides information about industry-specific requirements, audit reports, and shared responsibility. Microsoft Privacy Statement explains how Microsoft collects personal data, how they use it, and the reasons why they need to share personal data. The terms and conditions when you purchase licenses for products and online services through Microsoft Volume Licensing programs are documented in Online [...]

Microsoft Compliance Offerings2021-02-22T09:17:29+00:00

AWS vs Azure Services Comparison

2021-06-17T03:41:02+00:00

Bookmarks Compute Other Compute Services Comparison Storage Database Other Database Services Comparison Networking Other Networking Services Comparison Security and Identity To help you learn the different Microsoft Azure services, we’ve come up with this AWS vs Azure services comparison. If you already have some background in AWS (or cloud computing in general) either through work experience or AWS certifications then you won’t have a hard time learning Microsoft Azure. The following shows the related AWS and Azure services based on function and capabilities. Each AWS service in this list [...]

AWS vs Azure Services Comparison2021-06-17T03:41:02+00:00

Azure Virtual Network (VNet)

2022-08-13T07:10:36+00:00

Bookmarks Key Concepts VNet Use Case Subnets Security VNet Components VNet Peering Pricing How to Connect Virtual Networks Across Azure regions with Azure Global VNet Peering Validate Your Knowledge You can create a virtual network in the cloud dedicated to your Azure account. It is the fundamental building block where you can launch Azure resources. Azure VNet is the networking layer of Azure VMs. A VNet spans all the Availability Zones in the region. After creating a VNet, you can add one or more subnets in each Availability [...]

Azure Virtual Network (VNet)2022-08-13T07:10:36+00:00

Azure Container Instances (ACI)

2022-08-13T06:55:24+00:00

Run containers without managing servers. For event-driven applications, quickly deploy from your container development pipelines, run data processing, and build jobs. Azure Container Instances is a regional service. Features Containers have less overhead than VMs and can be deployed consistently. All the dependencies for an application are included in the container image. Applications running in containers can be deployed easily to multiple operating systems and hardware platforms. Select an image source using Quickstart images, Azure Container Registry, and Docker Hub. Create a container image only when you need it and process data on-demand. You can choose to always restart the [...]

Azure Container Instances (ACI)2022-08-13T06:55:24+00:00

Azure Database for MySQL and PostgreSQL

2021-02-22T08:47:54+00:00

PaaS relational database services Mitigate database downtime with high availability, redundancy, and resiliency capabilities. Enables you to scale vertically when needed. Receive alerts based on the metrics of your servers. Protect sensitive data at rest and in transit. Automated backups, up to 35 days. PostgreSQL deployment options: Single Server and Hyperscale (Citus) Single server pricing tiers: Basic, General Purpose, and Memory Optimized. Basic - light compute and I/O performance workloads. General Purpose - a balanced compute and memory with scalable I/O throughput workloads. Memory Optimized - for high performance database workloads requiring in-memory performance. PostgreSQL - Hyperscale (Citus) Sharding - [...]

Azure Database for MySQL and PostgreSQL2021-02-22T08:47:54+00:00

Azure Virtual Machine vs Web App

2021-02-23T05:17:12+00:00

Azure Virtual Machine Azure Web App Description Infrastructure as a service, if you need to have full control over your computing environment. Platform as a service, it allows you to integrate the app without managing the underlying infrastructure. Deploy Uses an OS image. Uses a runtime stack. State Management Stateful or stateless Stateless Autoscaling You need to use VM scale sets to support autoscaling in virtual machines. Autoscaling is a built-in service in App Service. Scale Limit 1000 nodes per scale set for platform image and 600 nodes per scale set for custom image 20 instances and 100 with [...]

Azure Virtual Machine vs Web App2021-02-23T05:17:12+00:00

Azure Load Balancer vs Application Gateway vs Traffic Manager vs Front Door

2021-05-03T23:50:51+00:00

Load Balancer Application Gateway Traffic Manager Front Door Service Network load balancer. Web traffic load balancer. DNS-based traffic load balancer. Global application delivery Network Protocols Layer 4 (TCP or UDP) Layer 7 (HTTP/HTTPS) Layer 7 (DNS) Layer 7 (HTTP/HTTPS)  Type Internal and Public Standard and WAF - Standard and Premium Routing Hash-based, Source IP affinity Path-based Performance, Weighted, Priority, Geographic, MultiValue, Subnet Latency, Priority, Weighted, Session Affinity Global/Regional Service Global Regional Global Global Recommended Traffic Non-HTTP(S) HTTP(S) Non-HTTP(S) HTTP(S) Endpoints NIC (VM/VMSS), IP address IP address/FQDN, Virtual machine/VMSS, App services Cloud service, App service/slot, Public IP address App service, [...]

Azure Load Balancer vs Application Gateway vs Traffic Manager vs Front Door2021-05-03T23:50:51+00:00

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