My Personal FAQ on Azure Networking and ARM

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Last updated: July 24, 2016. IMPORTANT: The information I reported in this post is time sensitive since may change in the future. I will try to maintain the content updated, but you should double–check with official Azure documentation sources. This is a new article specifically focused on ARM, you can find a previous old one…

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Hub&Spoke, Daisy-Chain and Full-Mesh VNET topologies in Azure ARM (V2)

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IMPORTANT: This is an updated version, using Azure PowerShell ARM module later than 1.0.0 release, of the original blog post below. If you need PowerShell code samples earlier than 1.0.0, please use the article below. Hub&Spoke, Daisy-Chain and Full-Mesh VNET topologies in Azure ARM using VPN (V1) http://blogs.msdn.com/b/igorpag/archive/2015/10/01/hub-amp-spoke-daisy-chain-and-full-mesh-vnet-topologies-in-azure-arm.aspx   Introduction One of the key benefit…

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Azure ARM: SQL Server High-Availability and Multi-Datacenter Disaster Recovery with Internal Load Balancers (ILB)

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Introduction I already posted in my blog several articles related to high-availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) for SQL Server in Azure Virtual Machines (VM), what I’m going to discuss in this new article is the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) evolution of the same HA/DR architecture based on AlwaysOn Availability Groups (AG) and Azure Internal…

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Hub&Spoke, Daisy-Chain and Full-Mesh VNET topologies in Azure ARM using VPN (V1)

IMPORTANT: This is an old version using Azure PowerShell ARM module earlier than 1.0.0 release. If you want/need PowerShell version later than 1.0.0, please use the article below. Hub&Spoke, Daisy-Chain and Full-Mesh VNET topologies in Azure ARM (V2) http://blogs.msdn.com/b/igorpag/archive/2016/02/11/hub-amp-spoke-daisy-chain-and-full-mesh-vnet-topologies-in-azure-arm-v2.aspx Introduction One of the key benefit of Azure VPN is the flexibility in arranging almost any…

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My personal Azure FAQ on Azure Networking SLAs, bandwidth, latency, performance, SLB, DNS, DMZ, VNET, IPv6 and much more

Last updated: May 17, 2015 (including BUILD and IGNITE announcements). IMPORTANT: The information I reported in this post is time sensitive since may change in the future. I will try to maintain the content updated, but you should double–check with official Azure documentation sources. In the last three years I worked extensively on Azure IaaS,…

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Manually adding a VPN Gateway to Azure Virtual Network

In this blog post, I’m going to show you how is possible to add a VPN Gateway, to an existing Azure Virtual Network, that is already used by some Virtual Machines. The entire procedure is not so complex, but due to the limitations of the Azure Portal GUI and Power Shell cmdlet, a specific procedure…

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