Tag Archives: Microsoft Azure

Using Tags in Microsoft Azure

When using Azure Resource Manager deployment model the administrator can use Tags, which helps to organize resources and categorize them in a simple way. Solution The tag feature is only…

Installing Azure CLI on a Mac OS X

Microsoft Azure is open for all type of administrators, and if you use a Mac OS X,  you can access the portal using your Safari and also use Azure CLI…

Using Azure Resource Manager in PowerShell

How to connect to Microsoft Azure PowerShell and use Azure Resource Manager deployment mode. Solution Microsoft Azure is a dynamic environment, and the process described here is going to be…

How to create a Virtual Network using Azure Resource Manager (ARM)

Configuring a Virtual Network and a VPN connection between Microsoft Azure and a local site using Azure Resource Manager deployment model. Solution When using Azure Resource Manager deployment model is…

Software-Defined Networking with Windows Server and System Center Jump Start

Free online event with live QA with the WAP team: http://aka.ms/WAPIaaS Two half-days – Wednesday July 16th & Thursday July 17th – 9am-1pm PST IT Pros, you know that enterprises…

Azure enhancement Site-to-Site VPN functionality

After Scott Guthrie announce the new enhancements on Azure, last May, I was very excited with one in particular. Multi Site-to-Site VPN. This enhancement comes at the best time. Because…

Windows Azure e Office365 – Validating the synchronization process

In this final article of this Tutorial Series we will go over the process to create an user on-premises and what we have to do on our side to enable…

Windows Azure and Office365 – Configuring the synchronization tool

So far in this series we subscribed to the services, configured the on-premises and cloud environments and in the last one we install the tool on our on-premises. Now, it’s…

Windows Azure and Office365 – Installing the Synchronization Tool

In order to synchronize our on-premises Active Directory with Windows Azure Active Directory (WAAD) we can use a tool called Windows Azure Active Directory Sync Tool which is able to…

Windows Azure and Office365 – Creating a Synchronization Account

After creating the Azure subscription and preparing the local Active Directory our next step is to create a service account in Windows Azure. This account is not a requirement but…