Tag: Azure-VirtualMachines

How to configure RDP shortpaths for Azure Virtual Desktops
By: Date: 24/02/2023 Categories: azure Tags:

A supported Windows Remote Desktop client and session host can establish a direct UDP-based connection by using the RDP Shortpath functionality of Azure Virtual Desktop. To activate RDP Shortpath, you must first fulfill the requirements. For your situation, choose one of the tabs below. Prerequisites Public Networks scenario If networks and firewalls permit the traffic…

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Creating Zone-redundant storage for managed disks
By: Date: 24/10/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

Zone-redundant storage replicates your data across three storage clusters in a region. Each cluster is physically separated from the other two, which means that each cluster is supplied by separate utilities, such as power or networking.If there’s an outage in a datacenter, you can still access your data from another availability zone in that region….

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Azure App Service on Linux
By: Date: 16/08/2021 Categories: azure Tags: ,

App Service on Linux to host web apps natively on Linux for supported application stacks. To view the latest languages and supported versions Run az webapp list-runtimes –linux Currently supported featuresLimitationsTroubleshoot performance issuesContinuous deployment to Azure App Service Currently supported features Deployments FTP Local Git GitHub Bitbucket Languages and frameworks Node.js Java PHP Python .NET…

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How to set Azure blob for Immutable storage
By: Date: 01/08/2021 Categories: azure Tags: ,

Immutable storage for Azure blob that enables users to store business-critical data in a WORM (Write Once, Read Many) state. Immutable storage supports two types of policies:Time-based retention Legal holdSelect from Azure PortalTime-based retention Immutable storage supports two types of policies: Time-based retention Time-based retention allows users to add policies and store data for a…

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Power your genomic data analysis on Azure with Azure CycleCloud
By: Date: 10/07/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

Researchers around the world have access to a greater variety and volume of genomics data than ever before. Genomics is now available to a vast majority of researchers, pushing forward the discovery at a tremendous pace and changing people’s lives. This growth is happening because of the perfect storm between genomic testing and technological improvements….

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Limited Preview: New Azure VMs for confidential workloads
By: Date: 02/07/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

Today, we’re announcing the limited preview go-live of the DCsv3-series and DCdsv3-series Azure Virtual Machines, starting in the East US 2 region.  These VMs dramatically improve the state-of-the-art for confidential workloads. Based on Intel’s 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable Processor, we’ve increased encrypted memory by 1000x and increased CPU cores (up to 48 cores) for more performance….

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A lot of people have been waiting for this: VNet peering and Azure Bastion (Preview) ☁
By: Date: 13/11/2020 Categories: azure Tags: ,

Azure Bastion and VNet peering can be used together. When VNet peering is configured, you don’t have to deploy Azure Bastion in each peered VNet. This means if you have an Azure Bastion host configured in one virtual network (VNet), it can be used to connect to VMs deployed in a peered VNet without deploying…

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Announcing the general availability of Azure Spot Virtual Machines
By: Date: 13/05/2020 Categories: azure Tags:

Today we’re announcing the general availability of Azure Spot Virtual Machines (VMs). Azure Spot VMs provide access to unused Azure compute capacity at deep discounts. Spot pricing is available on single VMs in addition to VM scale sets (VMSS). This enables you to deploy a broader variety of workloads on Azure while enjoying access to discounted pricing…

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Announcing the preview of Azure Shared Disks for clustered applications
By: Date: 16/02/2020 Categories: azure Tags:

Updated on July 17, 2020: Azure Shared Disks is now generally available. For more information, please refer to the blog post Announcing the general availability of Azure Shared Disks and new Azure Disk Storage enhancements. Today, we are announcing the limited preview of Azure Shared Disks, the industry’s first shared cloud block storage. Azure Shared Disks enables the…

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Announcing the general availability of Proximity Placement Groups
By: Date: 21/12/2019 Categories: azure Tags:

Earlier this year, we announced the preview of Azure proximity placement groups to enable customers to achieve co-location of Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) resources with low network latency. Today’s general availability of proximity placement groups continues to be particularly useful for workloads that require low latency. In fact, this logical grouping construct ensures that your…

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Announcing the preview of Azure Spot Virtual Machines
By: Date: 10/12/2019 Categories: azure Tags:

We’re announcing the preview of Azure Spot Virtual Machines. Azure Spot Virtual Machines provide access to unused Azure compute capacity at deep discounts. Spot pricing is available on single Virtual Machines in addition to Virtual Machine Scale Sets (VMSS). This enables you to deploy a broader variety of workloads on Azure while enjoying access to…

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Announcing the general availability of Azure Ultra Disk Storage
By: Date: 30/08/2019 Categories: azure Tags:

Today, we are announcing the general availability (GA) of Microsoft Azure Ultra Disk Storage—a new Managed Disks offering that delivers unprecedented and extremely scalable performance with sub-millisecond latency for the most demanding Azure Virtual Machines and container workloads. With Ultra Disk Storage, customers are now able to lift-and-shift mission critical enterprise applications to the cloud…

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Disaster recovery of Azure disk encryption (V2) enabled virtual machines
By: Date: 08/08/2019 Categories: azure Tags:

Choosing Azure for your applications and services allows you take advantage of a wide array of security tools and capabilities. These tools and capabilities help make it possible to create secure solutions on Azure. Among these capabilities is Azure disk encryption, designed to help protect and safeguard your data to meet your organizational security and compliance…

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