Today, as part of our Build Your Private Cloud in a Month series, Yung Chou and I are extending our Private Cloud into a Hybrid Network Infrastructure with Windows Azure Infrastructure Services to provide our cloud fabric with the best of both worlds … the low-latency and high-bandwidth available in our on-premises datacenter with the cloud-scale elasticity and burst capabilities of Windows Azure.
Tune in as we walk through some common scenarios where IT Pros may find it more appealing to deploy a hybrid datacenter solution. Along the way, we’ll also explain what components are required and how to build out and configure both your cloud and local networks.
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Specific topics in this session include:
- [ 01:20 ] Recap: Building a Private Cloud
- [ 02:30 ] What is IaaS? Why would IT Pros be interested in “Infrastructure as a Service” as part of a Hybrid Cloud solution?
- [ 05:50 ] What is Windows Azure Virtual Networks? What are some common scenarios for it?
- [ 14:44 ] How should I plan for Azure Virtual Networks? What do I need to do to get started?
- [ 20:10 ] DEMO: Building out our Cloud Network
- [ 28:14 ] DEMO: Building out our definitions for our local network
- [ 37:56 ] DEMO: Configuring our on-premise VPN gateway
After reviewing this video, get prepared to explore the Private Cloud management capabilities of System Center 2012 for yourself in this series with these downloadable resources:
- Download System Center 2012 with Service Pack 1
- Download Windows Server 2012
- Get Started with the FREE Hyper-V Server 2012
- Step-by-Step: Build a Hyper-V Cluster – Part 1 of 2
- Step-by-Step: Build a Hyper-V Cluster – Part 2 of 2
- Activate Your Windows Azure 90-Day Free Subscription
Let’s Start Building Our Cloud!
Get started building your Hybrid Cloud solution in our “Early Experts” Cloud Quest
- READ: Build Your Private Cloud in a Month – Article Series
- DO IT: Build Your Cloud in the “Early Experts” Cloud Quest
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