Tag Archives: Microsoft Azure

How to build a Disaster Recovery solution with Azure Site Recovery

Frequently I heard how to build a disaster recovery solution. When I heard that I always think about ASR. On my last post I talked about Azure Site Recover as…

Azure Site Recovery

Azure Site Recovery (ASR) is by far one of the Azure features that I always like to play with. The improvement along the time is above extraordinaire! When I’m talking…

Azure Backup – Part 4 – System Center and Azure Backup

On the first post (see here), I explained how the Azure backup works. On this post, I’m explaining how to integrate Azure Backup with System Center Data Protection Manager. If…

Azure Backup – Part 3 – Backup Virtual Machines

On the first post (see here), I explained how the Azure backup works. On this post, I’m explaining how to backup Virtual Machines with Azure Backup. If the systems that…

Azure Backup – Part 2 – Azure Backup Agent

On the first post (see here), I explain how the Azure backup works. On this post, I’m explain how the files and folders are backup with the Azure Backup agent….

Azure Backup – Part 1

One of the first workloads that usually the majority the organizations wants to start to use in Azure is to replace the tape to Cloud Backup. Following the best practices…

AAD Sync – Modifying a filter rule

How to modify an existent filter rule and validating what changes in the Azure Active Directory using AAD Sync. Solution To demonstrate how a change in existent filter rules can…

AAD Sync– Creating filter rules using object attributes

Using Microsoft Azure Active Directory Sync tool to filter out objects using the SyncRulesEditor tool. During the installation of the tool the administrator can configure it as manual and work…

Using manual synchronization with Azure AD Connect

Using Azure AD Connect command-line to synchronize objects between on-premises and Microsoft Azure, the administrator has two switches initial and delta and we will use both of them and check…

How to enable synchronization after configuration completes

When using Microsoft Azure Active Directory Connect (Azure AD Connect), the administrator has an option at the end to start the synchronization right away or enable it afterwards. The reason…