From this blog post I’ll walk through how to enable SSO (Single Sign on ) between Azure and AWS with Azure AD integration. Integrating AWS with Azure AD provides you with the following benefits: You can control in Azure AD who has access to Amazon Web Services (AWS) You canRead More →

We can use Azure Intune App Protection to manage mobile application without enrolling them to Intune. In this way users doesn’t want to enroll the device using company portal as used in Intune Mobile device management. Instead of that we can create a policy in Intune App Protection and assign itRead More →

What is Container ? Containers are isolated,resource controlled, and portable operating environment. By using the containers we can run the applications without affecting to rest of the system application.Its looks same as the fresh installation of a server. Windows Container Types Windows Server Containers This provides application isolation through processRead More →

The N-series VMs is a family of Azure VM with GPU capabilities. We can use this for compute and graphic intensive workloads such as  high-end remote visualization, deep learning and predictive analytics.N-series will feature the NVIDIA Tesla accelerated platform as well as NVIDIA GRID 2.0 technology, providing the highest-end graphicsRead More →

What is Azure Key Vault? Azure Key Vault help us to safeguard cryptographic keys and secrets used by cloud applications & services. We can use Key Vault for storing keys & secrets such as authentication keys, storage account keys, data encryption keys, .PFX files, and passwords. Key Vault streamline the keyRead More →

Recently started to learn Azure Key Vault service. So as usual I start the PowerShell console and start to create a Key Vault. When I run the PowerShell command for the creation of Key Vault it create without any errors but its prompt me a warning as follows. The other strangeRead More →

We can enable ASR Replication for the Linux VM by two ways. Install agent through Azure Recovery Service Vault. Install agent manually into Linux servers. For some odd reason when I try to install the agent through the Azure portal it throws error I don’t have enough permission to installRead More →

By introduction of the New Azure Portal, Azure deployment model also changed from Azure Service Manager to Azure Resource Manager. Because of this change we have to manage two types of IaaS VMs, Virtual Machine (classic) & Virtual Machine (ARM). If someone wants to move the classic VMs to ARMRead More →

This is the part 2 of the Azure Automation DSC blog series. Last post I gave a brief introduction to what is Azure Automation and methods how we can achieve DSC. This post I’ll walk-through how to onboarding a Windows Server Node (Azure VM ) to Azure Automation DSC. BeforeRead More →

VNet peering is a way we can connect two virtual networks in the same region  through azure network backbone. When we connect the VNets it works as one network but manage as two different resources. When we do the peering VMs in both network can communicate each other. Advantage ofRead More →