A virtual network is nothing but, like On-premises network which we use switches and routers to communicate with servers and clients as same as Azure VNet is also used for communicating with azure resources. (Virtual Machine, Databases, etc.)
This week one of our customers called me, and he said my On-Premise storage running out of space! so he need to to create a new LUN/Disk for one of his critical servers.
So, In this post I will explain two options which Azure is providing in such case
Let me start off by saying that according to Microsoft themselves, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional is not just a technological expert with a deep understanding of Microsoft products and services. They’re also a community leader; someone who avidly shares their knowledge with the community, displaying exceptional leadership and a constant willingness to help others.
Proud and honored to announce that, I have been awarded as Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in the Microsoft Azure Category.
Unfortunately, Azure AD Connect is currently a one way sync from your on premise Active Directory Domain Services environment to Azure AD and wont sync objects down
In this post I will explain how to create a user-defined route and route your resources traffic through it. This guide will be very helpful specially if you have a network or security appliance deployed on azure or even on-prem.
First of all, you have to know that Azure automatically creates a route table for each subnet within an Azure virtual network and adds system default routes to the table
Mohammad Al Rousan is a Microsoft MVP (Azure), Microsoft Certified Solution Expert (MCSE) in Cloud Platform & Azure DevOps & Infrastructure, An active community blogger and speaker.
Al Rousan has over 8 years of professional experience in IT Infrastructure and very passionate about Microsoft technologies and products.
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