Microsoft rebrands Windows Virtual Desktop as Azure Virtual Desktop

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Microsoft’s virtual desktop infrastructure platform has been rebranded under the Azure name and notified of new security and management capabilities that are currently under preview. Formerly known as the Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD), the platform will now be known as Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD), Microsoft said in an official statement on the 6th of June 2021. The organization has also launched early access to several features in…

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How Startups can succeed with Cloud Computing?

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Startups are an enjoyable but demanding professional experience. A host of entrepreneurially dedicated professionals pursue their passion and dive into the world of launching their own company with meteoric growth from businesses. E.g., Facebook, Uber, and Airbnb. It is noted that in the fast-paced world of startups, there are a lot of challenges that are not faced in the regular office environment. From infrastructure to marketing,…

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Azure AD SSO & AWS – Connecting the Rivals

Being part of Mismo Systems, I am fortunate enough to get to work on a diverse set of projects. Few technologies that we see deployed often are Microsoft 365 and EC2, S3 on AWS. Microsoft 365 is growing in stature in the Enterprise space when it comes to Identity and Single Sign-On. Microsoft has worked hard to make it ridiculously simple to integrate with SaaS, Public…

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A quick look at the 4 Most Used Services on Microsoft Azure

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1. Azure Compute Azure compute is an on-demand computing service for running cloud-based applications. Azure compute service can be divided broadly into three categories. Infrastructure as a service Virtual Machine: It is an IaaS service that allows us to deploy and manage VMs inside a virtual network (VNet). The most fundamental building block is the Azure virtual machine. We don’t need to buy any physical hardware and bear its maintenance…

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Hosting with Transparency, Compliance, and Security

We help customers host applications on the cloud, this includes accounting systems including Tally, ERP software including SAP, and Navision. We host workloads only with leading public cloud providers which are Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). We ensure that the solution is compliant from the licensing standpoint of both cloud providers (e.g., Microsoft) and business systems (e.g., Tally or NAV).…

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Azure vs AWS

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It’s Azure vs AWS!! Read this blog to know the major differences between Azure & AWS. What is Azure? Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying and managing applications and services through Microsoft-managed data centres. Founded in 2010, it can be operated on both Linux and Microsoft. Azure is a uniquely powerful offering because of its builder, Microsoft. Azure…

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What is Budget in Azure and how can you set the Budget?

Budget in Azure to manage and monitor the spending or consumed cost for Azure services. We can apply budget on individual Azure resource, Resource Group and on Subscription level. We can set the budget for a specific period (Monthly, Quarterly, Annually) how spending is going on for that specific time. Cost can be managed proactively. We can get a notification when the budget thresholds based on…

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Azure Firewall

Azure Firewall is a managed, cloud-based network security service that protects your Azure virtual network resources. You can centrally create, enforce the network connectivity policies across subscriptions and virtual networks. Firewall features Built-in high availability: No additional load balancers are required because High availability is built-in so, you don’t need to configure anything. Availability Zone:  Azure firewall can be configured during deployment to span multiple Availability Zones to increase…

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AWS Directory Service: The Amazon Cloud Active Directory!

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The AWS Directory Service provides several ways to use the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) with other AWS utilities. Information regarding users, groups, & devices can be stored in directories, & the administrators use them to retrieve the information & resources. AWS Directory Service offers many directory alternatives for clients who wish to utilize the current Microsoft AD or Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)–aware applications in the…

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Remove Azure AAD Connect

Let’s see the steps to disable AD Sync, remove AAD connect and move to cloud-only administration. 1. Download Azure Active Directory PowerShell Module from the following location. Complete the installation.http://connect.microsoft.com/site1164/Downloads/DownloadDetails.aspx?DownloadID=59185 2. Click to open the PowerShell using the shortcut created by installation in the previous step. 3. Run the following command to connect to the Azure Active Directory of the tenant for which you are disabling…

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