This article continues the discussion of Azure Pack by examining the procedure for creating a hosting plan.
This article reviews the load balancing technology available in Microsoft Azure and how they can be used to satisfy external and internal configurations.
This article continues the discussion of Azure Pack by demonstrating the process of registering the Service Provider Foundation and System Center Virtual Machine Manager.
This article continues the Azure Pack discussion by examining the process of deploying the Service Provider Foundation.
This article continues the discussion of Azure Pack by walking you through the Azure Pack deployment process.
This article describes the major compute options offered in Microsoft Azure, as well as the categories and characteristics of Virtual Machine (VM) offerings based on the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) model. Included in this article is information on the DS-series VMs that leverage Premium Storage to execute high-performance workloads.
This article continues the discussion of Windows Azure Pack by beginning the deployment process.
This article explains the different types of storage, Standard Storage and Premium Storage, available in Microsoft Azure. In addition, it covers how Premium Storage can deliver high-performance support to virtual machines.
The Windows Azure Pack is a free component from Microsoft that allows you to provide an Azure like experience to administrators and tenants while continuing to use your own hardware. This article series will discuss Windows Azure Pack’s capabilities and benefits.
This article reviews updates to Microsoft Azure networking features which were announced at TechEd North America 2014 and TechEd Europe 2014. Many updates were announced at these events, therefore this article will focus on enhancements related to Microsoft Azure Traffic Manager, reverse DNS support, and instance-level public IP addresses.