A unique value of Azure Batch is realized when executing tasks across many nodes in a pool concurrently. That is horizontal scaling. To do this in on-premises servers, it would be very costly and labour intensive. For example, would you be able to ask IT to provision 20, 40, 100+ VMs just to use for … Continue reading Azure Batch for Internet Data Collection Part 4: Parallel Task Execution
Blog Series Azure Search Overview Pushing Content To An Index with the .NET SDK Azure Search is a platform-as-a-service offering. This requires code and configuration to set up and use. Applicable corporate scenarios Enterprise search on many repositories of data or files that are intended to be available for a wide audience. A lightweight one-stop … Continue reading Azure Search Overview
A learning exercise and proof of concept of extending my home-based on-premises SharePoint 2016 farm to a disaster recovery site on Azure. Using SQL Server AlwaysOn.
The following diagrams are based on a lab I built on Microsoft Azure IaaS leveraging Web Application Proxy and ADFS 3.0. to demonstrate single sign-on with claims based applications. As I come from an application development and architecture background, I learned a great deal with Azure IaaS and system administration with respect to Azure Virtual … Continue reading Windows Server 2012 R2 Web Application Proxy and ADFS 3.0 Azure Lab