With the knowledge gained in this webinar, you'll be prepared to grab those easy to move workloads in your datacenter and progress into the hybrid cloud. This webinar covers: Azure Resource Manager (ARM), Azure Compute, Azure Page and Blob Storage, and Connectivity into Azure.
Get the original slides used in the presentation HERE.
The short answer here is no, that is because Microsoft leaves it up to the customer to design and architect the solutions over several datacenter regions yourself if you need that kind of failover and redundancy. Microsoft will do no syncing of data between datacenters on their own in this regards. You have to set it up yourself.
It is. In the storage section under step 3 of the VM’s creation you have the option of selecting managed or unmanaged storage.
Yes! There are a few powershell cmdlets that can do this and the process is fairly quick. More information on this can be found HERE.
Yes. You get various credits depending on your subscription level. You can find more information on this HERE.
The answer here is they don’t stay online, however the downtime is only 15 to 30 seconds, so it’s nearly unidentifiable unless you’re running a very connectivity sensitive application.
Microsoft keeps a list of this HERE.
It is! This feature is usable with the newly available D_v3 and E_v3 VMs. (NOTE: May only be available in certain regions at this time).
Cloud & Datacenter Management MVP
Aidan is a Microsoft Cloud & Datacenter Management MVP and has been working in IT since 1996, as a consultant, systems administrator, and in technical pre-sales. Aidan blogs on AidanFinn.com about Microsoft infrastructure solutions, with focus on Hyper-V and Azure IaaS.
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Technical Evangelist - Altaro
Andy is a 15+ year IT pro specializing in Virtualization, Storage, Cloud, and Infrastructure. By day he’s a Technical Evangelist for Altaro, leading technical content and pre-sales. By night he shares his IT knowledge online or over a cold beer. He holds the Microsoft MVP award in Cloud and Datacenter Management, and one of few who is also a VMware vExpert.