1403, 2019

Azure Data Factory quick start using templates

By |March 14th, 2019|Cloud Platforms, IT Management, Microsoft Azure|0 Comments

 

It is a common practice for business organizations to utilize repeat business processes. It is important to be able to start quickly with repetitive workflows. For this reason, Microsoft Azure now provides support for templates in Azure Data Factory. Templated setups improve developer productivity along with reducing development time for repeat processes.

The new feature enables […]

703, 2019

Azure Storage account failover in public preview

By |March 7th, 2019|Cloud Platforms, IT Management, Microsoft Azure|0 Comments

Microsoft Azure released the preview for storage accounts failover for customers with geo-redundant storage (GRS). There has always been a need to be able to determine when a storage account write access is required and the secondary replication state is understood. This functionality allows taking advantage of controlling when to failover from the primary region […]

412, 2018

Azure benefits for Windows Server and SQL Server customers

By |December 4th, 2018|Cloud Platforms, IT Management, Microsoft Azure|0 Comments

 

Below are the three main reasons customers choose Microsoft and stay with the vendor they trust.
1. Cost reduction with Azure
Windows Server and SQL Server users enjoy the benefits of Azure Hybrid, reservation pricing, and free Extended Security Updates. The combined costs make up of 5 times less than the same AWS service package.

Azure cost management helps users […]

2611, 2018

Azure IaaS Apps Disaster Recovery

By |November 26th, 2018|Azure How To, Azure News, Cloud Platforms, Microsoft Azure, New Features|0 Comments

 

Recently Azure offered native Disaster Recovery for applications running on IaaS being the first public cloud to offer such a service. This service makes applications region-level resilient to failures via replicating VMs into other regions. Azure Availability Zones and Availability Sets add to Azure Site Recovery to complete resiliency for applications running on Azure VMs.

 

Advantages […]

1308, 2018

The Public Preview of Azure Zone Redundant Storage (ZRS)

By |August 13th, 2018|Cloud Platforms, General, IT Management, Microsoft Azure|0 Comments

The public preview of Azure Zone Redundant Storage (ZRS) has been announced. ZRS makes the development of highly available applications very simple by having three samples of data stored in 3 different Availability Zones that too with inserts and updates being performed to the stored data synchronously throughout these Availability Zones. This makes reading and […]

1008, 2018

Insight Into Azure Redis Cache Geo-Replication

By |August 10th, 2018|Cloud Platforms, Microsoft Azure|0 Comments

Recovering the data can be really difficult especially when there are no software tools to do so. Redis Cache provides several Azure services that allow the manufacturers and IT professionals to build seamless recovery plans with the geo-replication support.

One might be thinking, what is Redis Cache after all, right? It is a Microsoft Azure’s Cache-as-a-service […]

608, 2018

Azure Site Recovery’s Latest Onboarding Experience

By |August 6th, 2018|Cloud Monitoring, Cloud Platforms, General, IT Management, Microsoft Azure|0 Comments

With the latest release of the Azure Site Recovery service for VMware to Azure, a new initiative has been brought that lets users initiating virtual machines replication in less than 30 minutes.
Open Virtualization Format
In the industry, the Open Virtualization Format (OVF) template serves as the standard software distribution model for the majority of the virtual […]

3007, 2018

Azure serverless for your IoT

By |July 30th, 2018|Azure How To, Cloud Platforms, Microsoft Azure|0 Comments

Chances are those developing an IoT-based solution focus mainly on the devices and what is possible to accomplish with them. They might want to process data coming from a network of devices in real time, analyze the data to gain insights, get alerted for special conditions, manage the devices themselves, and so on. The less interesting part […]

1407, 2018

What are Web and Worker Roles in Microsoft Azure?

By |July 14th, 2018|Azure Glossary, Cloud Platforms, Microsoft Azure|3 Comments

Before delving into the difference between a Web Role and a Worker Role in Azure Cloud Services, let’s first review what are Azure Cloud Services and Cloud Service Roles.
Table of Contents

What are Azure Cloud Services?
What is an Azure Cloud Service Role?
What is a Web Role?
What is a Worker Role?
Differences […]

1307, 2018

How To Speed Up A WordPress Site On Microsoft Azure

By |July 13th, 2018|Azure How To, Cloud Platforms, IT Management, Microsoft Azure|0 Comments

There are two things that discourage users the most and increase the bounce rate: website speed and content. Most search engines evaluate site loading speed when ranking websites and decrease the visibility of slower websites. The two key elements that affect the latency of websites running on Azure App Service are:

use of remote storage […]