TechNet Radio: (Part 12) Building a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 – Building a Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure using Windows Azure

In Part 12 of their Building a Private Cloud series, Keith Mayer and Yung Chou explore the world of hybrid cloud scenarios using Windows Azure Virtual Networks. Tune in as they walk us through some common scenarios where IT Pros may find it more appealing to deploy a hybrid datacenter solution as they explain what components are required and how to build out and configure both your cloud and local networks.

  • [1:20] Recap: Building a Private Cloud
  • [2:30] What is IaaS? Why would IT Pros be interested in “Infrastructure as a Service” as part of a Hybrid Cloud solution?
  • [5:50] 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


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