Azure Flash News Episode for 2019-01-11

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Rick Weyenberg email: twitter: @codeboarder

Mark Garner email: twitter: @mgarner


twitter: @azureflashnews


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To infinity and beyond: The definitive guide to scaling 10k VMs on Azure

  • Every platform has limits, workstations and physical servers have resource boundaries, APIs may be rate-limited, and even the perceived endlessness of the virtual public cloud enforces limitations that protect the platform from overuse or misuse. You can learn more about these limitations by visiting our documentation, “Azure subscription and service limits, quotas, and constraints.” When working on scenarios that take platforms to their extreme, those limits become real and therefore thought should be put into overcoming them.The following post includes essential notes taken from my work with Mike Kiernan, Mayur Dhondekar, and Idan Shahar. It also covers some iterations where we try to reach a limit of 10K virtual machines running on Microsoft Azure and explores the pros/cons of the different implementations.

New Azure Migrate and Azure Site Recovery enhancements for cloud migration

  • We are continuously enhancing our offerings to help you in your digital transformation journey to the cloud. You can read more about these offerings in the blog, “Three reasons why Windows Server and SQL Server customers continue to choose Azure.” In this blog, we will go over some of the new features added to Microsoft Azure Migrate and Azure Site Recovery that will help you in your lift and shift migration journey to Azure.

Questions on data residency and compliance in Microsoft Azure? We got answers!

  • Questions about the security of and control over customer data, and where it resides, are on the minds of cloud customers today. We’re hearing you, and in response, we published a whitepaper that gives clear answers and guidance into the security, data residency, data flows, and compliance aspects of Microsoft Azure. The paper is designed to help our customers ensure that their customer data on Azure is handled in a way that meets their data protection, regulatory, and sovereignty requirements.

Best practices for alerting on metrics with Azure Database for MariaDB monitoring

  • On December 4, 2018 Microsoft’s Azure Database for open sources announced the general availability of MariaDB. This blog intends to share some guidance and best practices for alerting on the most commonly monitored metrics for MariaDB.

Teradata to Azure SQL Data Warehouse migration guide


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