Networking in Azure is one of my favourite topics. As my work has me focus primarily on Azure Virtual Datacenter builds, networking is key. When Microsoft introduced Azure Firewall (AFW), I was excited to see a platform based option as a hopeful alternative to the traditional NVAs. Feature wise in preview, AFW lacked some key … Continue reading How to – Troubleshoot Azure Firewall
During a couple of recent client engagements, I realised there are still quite a few people using Azure Classic Resources. The simple reason for this is that they work and we all know in IT, if it ain't broke...etc. Now, if you only recently began working with Azure, you may never have even seen a … Continue reading Converting Classic Azure Resources (ASM) to Azure Resource Manager (ARM) – Where to Start?
Hi guys, check out my video below for day 12 of this years #AzureAdventCalendar. Make sure to follow along on Twitter using the hashtag and if you haven't already, subscribe to the Youtube channel. Details of all the posts currently published and what is coming up can be found on the site: https://azureadventcalendar.com/ https://youtu.be/j58HngSIPtE
At Ignite 2019, Microsoft announced a new service; Azure Arc. It allows you to extend the capabilities of Azure to your on-prem environment, multi-cloud and edge. At launch, it's only Azure Arc for Servers, but there will also be an option for data services at a later date. Everything is in public preview for now, … Continue reading What is Azure Arc?
If you've read any of my blog posts regarding networking in Azure, you might have guessed it's one of my favourite topics. For ITops, it's one of the shifts in thinking required to make a change to cloud. As software-defined-networking is one of the core concepts required for a successful cloud implementation, it's no surprise … Continue reading Azure Networking Security – Where to Start?