Closing the loop II: Improved Microsoft Cloud Networking poster is based on the January 2016 CAAB webinar

Hey CAAB, I wanted to let you know that we just published an updated and improved version of the Microsoft Cloud Networking for Enterprise Architects poster, which contains a completely reworked Designing for Azure IaaS section (page 5 [Azure IaaS] of the Visio file, pages 5-9 of the PDF). In the original version, the Designing for…

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Closing the loop: The new Microsoft Cloud Networking for Enterprise Architects poster

At the November 2015 CAAB Webinar, Brenda Carter presented the current set of Microsoft Cloud for Enterprise Architects Series posters. These posters are designed for IT decision makers and architects to determine the ideal solutions for their workloads and to make decisions about core infrastructure components. They address all of Microsoft's cloud services and platforms,…

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Resources for ramping up on Azure Resource Manager

In the July 2015 SAB webinar, I presented Azure Resource Manager as the new deployment model for compute, storage, and networking resources in Azure infrastructure services. Resource Manager is designed to eventually replace the classic deployment model, which has been the model up to now for deploying virtual machine-based workloads in Azure. As I described…

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SAB March 2015 webinar announcement

On March 18, 2015, we will hold the seventh Solutions Advisory Board (SAB) webinar. SAB webinars are one hour and consist of brief presentations followed by time for open feedback. We will have two sessions at different times on March 18 to accommodate our members worldwide. We have sent every SAB member Lync meeting invitations…

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Closing the loop: New hybrid cloud test environment is published based on your feedback

Greetings SAB Members, At the August 2014 SAB Webinar, I presented an idea about creating a new set of Azure-based, hybrid cloud test environments and got your input on their utility, design, and configuration options. I am very pleased to announce that the first topic is now published and has been updated for Azure Resource Manager. Set…

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SPOTLIGHT: Using Microsoft Azure for Microsoft Exchange Database Availability Groups

With Exchange Server 2013, you can configure your mailbox databases in a database availability group (DAG) for automatic datacenter failover. This requires three separate physical locations: two datacenters for mailbox servers and a third location to place the witness server for the DAG. If your organization has three or more physical sites, this is easily…

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