Azure Virtual Network

Azure – You can now manage your virtual networks centrally using Azure Virtual Network Manager (preview)

As an Azure administrator you may already know how difficult it can be to manage virtual networks across various subscriptions, even if you initially deployed the resources using ARM templates to ensure common based configuration. Well, good new, a new feature is now in preview – Azure Virtual Network Manager – which will allow you …

Azure – You can now manage your virtual networks centrally using Azure Virtual Network Manager (preview) Read More »

Azure – You can now resize your peered virtual network with no downtime (preview)

As you know, you can create virtual network (vNet) on Azure. Virtual networks are required when deploying virtual machines, VPN gateway or other many other resources. Well, until know you had to carefully plan your virtual network size, including future growth of the virtual network needs. Sometime you have to resize your virtual network because …

Azure – You can now resize your peered virtual network with no downtime (preview) Read More »

Azure – It is now easier to manage well-known ports (service) in your NSG

As you know you should protect your resources running on Azure connected to a virtual network (vNet) using Network Security Group (NSG). Well, it now easier to manage well-known communication ports (or services) to allow/disallow traffic. When editing inbound or outbound rule to add new communication port you no longer have to manually enter the …

Azure – It is now easier to manage well-known ports (service) in your NSG Read More »

Azure – You can now use Bastion with peered virtual network (preview)

As you may know, Microsoft has released a solution allowing you to remotely connect with RDP or SSH to your virtual machines running on Azure without being obliged to have a public IP (and corresponding ports opened) called Azure Bastion (see https://t.co/UBOCpnMD2k) Well, until know, if you had multiple Vnets, you had to deploy Bastion …

Azure – You can now use Bastion with peered virtual network (preview) Read More »

Azure – IP v6 support for VNet is now available in preview

Support for IP v6 is now available in Azure for virtual networks (vNets). This support allows you for regulatory requirements, better IoT support or better mobility support for your applications. IP v6 support is available as a dual stack, meaning you can take advantage of it without redeploying your vNets It is available in preview …

Azure – IP v6 support for VNet is now available in preview Read More »