One of the primary objectives on the task list in most environments today is migrating at least part of the on-premises infrastructure footprint to the cloud. For many, migrating at least part of their on-premises infrastructure to the cloud is extremely beneficial in a number of ways.
In this post I'll explain about using Microsoft tool/services or even 3rd party tools in order to successfully migrate local Servers to Azure and validate.
Before you start, use this online tool to estimate your cost savings with the Azure total cost of ownership (TCO) calculator
In the Previous Post, I've explained how to setup Palo Alto VMs in the same resource group including the network configuration and other configuration.
In this post, I will explain how to configure the Active and Passive Node from Azure side
Take a Look on the below design which is shared on Palo Alto Portal, as we will follow almost the same
For a long time I was thinking about hybrid cloud deploymentand, and how it becomes a very common option either azure to azure or On-premises, AWS, Google cloud, so I decided to share with you all the way to connect between with pro and Con of each one.
One of my customers has requested to deploy HA Palo Alto Firewalls on Azure, and since that time I suffered multiple time as I didn't find enough resources explaining the same so I decided to write this post and share my experience with everyone
Before I start I will explain the current Azure architecture Design I have. The below design explaining Microsoft best practices for deploying resources across Subscriptions and VNETs
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Mohammad Al Rousan is a Solution Architect @ Diyar United Company. My technology focus as a Cloud nowadays includes Docker, Kubernetes Service, Container, Azure DevOps, IaaS, PaaS, DBaaS, as well Terraform and other serverless components in Azure e.g. Logic Apps and Functions
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