Azure Definitions – Part 1

Region: An Azure region is an area within geography, containing one or more datacenters networked together with low network latency. When deploying a resource (VM or storage, etc) you choose a region in which you want to deploy the resource. Region Pair: Each Azure region is paired with another region within the same geography, together making a regional pair, which allows replication of […]

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Azure Definitions – Part 2

Azure Database Services: Azure Database Services are fully managed Paas database services. Azure database services are fully managed, freeing up valuable time you’d otherwise spend managing your database so you can focus on new ways to delight your users and unlock opportunities. Enterprise-grade performance with built-in high availability means you can scale quickly and reach […]

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Create a public Basic Load Balancer to load balance VMs using the Azure portal

Load balancing provides a higher level of availability and scale by spreading incoming requests across multiple virtual machines. You can use the Azure portal to create a load balancer to load balance virtual machines. This quickstart shows you how to create network resources, backend servers, and a public Basic Load Balancer. If you don’t have […]

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