A couple of days ago I noticed someone was using the default datacenter region (West US) to deploy resources to instead of their local (West Europe) datacenter. I’ve asked that person for his reason. His response was that he didn’t thought that it made a significant difference…. To demonstrate the
When you have access to multiple Azure subscriptions from (former) customers for example, you may want to remove them when you don’t need access any more. In this blogpost I describe how to get rid of them without contacting their administrators. It is possible to self-leave an Azure AD tenant.
In this post, I’m going to explain how to publish an App service using the Application Gateway. An Azure Application Gateway is a web traffic load balancer that enables you to manage traffic to your web applications. Core Components of the Azure Application Gateway This “How to” shows you how
In this article I describe how to publish a remoteapp using Microsoft Azure. First login to the Azure Portal using your (admin) creds and create a RemoteApp : After you select the +NEW button use the following steps to create a RemoteApp: Give a name, the region you wish the
In this blog post I describe how you easily can monitor the performance and the availability of a website. You need an Azure (trial-) account and Visual Studio Enterprise (or Ultimate). There are multiple options, but in this post I describe the URL ping test and the Multi-step web test.
I found a nice presentation of the possibilities of Microsoft Azure. Download it here.
Between approximately 09:00 and 13:15 today, Office365 and Azure customers experienced issues accessing Azure services that use, or have dependencies on, Azure Active Directory. Check the current status here
Veeam has a new product/version of their FastSCP tool and I think it’s amazing! First for this demo I’ve created a Windows 2012 R2 server on Azure : Nothing new here, so let’s move on! Download the beta of FastSCP for Azure here. After a quick install (next-next-next) start the
Use the following steps to configure Veeam Backup & Recovery to back-up the VM’s (Hyper-V and VMware) to Azure. You can sign up and use free trial licenses for Veeam (check out the banner on the right) and Azure. You only pay for the storage (3 ct for each Gigabyte