In this video I reviews the Redeploy tool for Azure IaaS VM’s. I give an overview of what the tool is used for and then a demo on how to run Redeploy against Windows and Linux VM’s through the Portal and using PowerShell and the Azure Cloud Shell. This Video is for anyone who administrates Azure VM’s or interested in taking the AZ-103 certification exam.Continue reading “Redeploy an Azure VM”
Reserved Instances offer significant savings for IaaS Servers, SQL Databases, Cosmos DB and other Azure and third party services. I have mentioned Reserved Instance in a couple other videos and posts. One on Saving money in Azure and once on Azure Cost Management. LINKS. This article and the accompanying video go into details on how Azure Reserved Instances worth.
Video version, including a demo can be found below.Continue reading “Reserved Instances in Azure”
In this video, I walk through the prerequisites and setup of the new Azure Bastion Service for IaaS servers. Azure Bastion provides RDP and SSH access to Windows and Linux servers without the need for public IP’s or VPN connections. Access is enabled through the Azure portal with an HTML5 client.Continue reading “Azure Bastion Preview Setup Walk Through”
I have another article published at 4Sysops.com. This one covers a multi-site VM failover using Custom Script Extensions to change OS level settings during failover.Continue reading “4Sysops.com – Azure Recovery Plans: Failover Multiple Azure VMs”
I am back from a week at Microsoft Ignite. This was my first time going, and I’m coming back with a dizzying amount of new information and a suitcase full of swag. I can’t pass the swag along but will do my best with the information.
One item that stood out was from the session I attended on Azure IaaS Server Network Performance. Microsoft Azure Networking now offers up to 30 Gbps depending on the server size. Continue reading “Azure IaaS Server Network Performance”