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Posts Tagged ‘Network’

Windows Container and Virtual Network Deep Dive series

Monitoring of Azure ExpressRoute in preview

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Always On VPN and DirectAccess Features Comparison

Azure Networking announcements for Ignite 2017

September 27, 2017 Leave a comment

https://azure.microsoft.com/de-de/blog/azure-networking-announcements-for-ignite-2017/

Security:
  Virtual Network Service Endpoints
  DDoS Protection for Virtual Networks
  Application Gateway and web application firewall enhancements
  Simplifying Networking Security management
  Service Tags: Tailoring network access to specific Azure services
  Application Security Groups: Network security based on user defined VM groups
  Network Security Group Augmented Rules: Enhanced network security definition

Performance:
6x VPN performance

Monitoring:
  Monitoring ExpressRoute with Operations Management Suite
    Network Performance Monitor (NPM) for ExpressRoute
    Endpoint monitoring
  Enhanced Site-to-Site (S2S) VPN Monitoring
  Network Watcher Connectivity Check and NSG Flow Log Integration
  Azure Traffic Manager – Real User Measurements and Traffic View

Connectivity:
  Global Virtual Network Peering
  ExpressRoute enhancements
    Accessing Azure Services through Microsoft peering, Route Filters, IPv6
  VPN enhancements
    Point-to-Site (P2S) VPN Support for macOS and Active Directory (AD) Authentication
  Azure DNS – Private Zones

Availability:
  New Load Balancer: 10x Scale, advanced analytics, Availability Zones, HA Ports
  High Availability for Network Virtual Appliances: HA Ports

Ecosystem:
  Zscaler Private Access: Built on Azure for fast local breakouts to access your Azure applications
  F5 WAF as a Service: Built on Azure
  Network Virtual Appliances: More partners and more choices
  ExpressRoute Partners Tripled

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Windows Container Networking (Docker)

September 19, 2017 Leave a comment

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/virtualization/windowscontainers/manage-containers/container-networking

Windows support five different networking drivers or modes which can be created through Docker: nat, overlay, transparent, l2bridge, and l2tunnel.

Integrate Azure Stack into your datacenter

New Azure VPN Gateways now 6x faster

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