Author - Rick

Azure Resource Policy goodness on Tuesdays with Corey

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team has Mike Chen from the Azure Resource Manager team talking about the new feature – Azure Resource Policy.

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Azure Network Watcher – the missing Capture episode

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team is solo this week – Making up for the fact that RICK got a little heavy handed with the editing of the last episode on network watcher.  See all the goodness that ended up on the cutting room floor – namely Packet capture and analysis.

Check out the announcement blog post for details on Azure Network Watcher and make sure to follow up with the documentation resources.

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You sniffin Azure packets? You need Azure Network Watcher!

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team is solo this week – showing off the new preview functionality of Azure Network Watcher.

Check out the announcement blog post for details on Azure Network Watcher and make sure to follow up with the documentation resources.

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Get to know Managed Disks in Azure

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team sits down with Chetan Agarwal from the Azure Compute team in order to get an update on the newly released Managed Disk feature

More Info? https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-general-availability-of-managed-disks-and-larger-scale-sets/

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Understanding SAP HANA Large Instances Networking architecture

One of the projects I have been working on since moving over to Azure Compute Engineering has been working with the team that designed our SAP HANA Large Instances environment.  As part of the on boarding process – you have to provide networking ranges that your large instances will occupy AND that can not overlap with your existing networking environments. Needless to say, for those of us who don’t do network admin every day, it can get confusing which address ranges we should be talking about.

Fear not – I sat down and had a chat with Jon Ormand, one of the networking gurus who has been working to on-board customers.  He does a great job explaining what’s going on, what addresses go where and what info you need to provide in order to get a properly working SAP HANA Large Instances architecture humming along with your environment.

All that is AWESOME with the new Azure Marketplace experience

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team sits down with Vybava Ramadoss, Sr. PM on the Marketplace team in order to get an update on the new Azure Marketplace capabilities.

More Info? https://azuremarketplace.microsoft.com/marketplace/

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Have you seen Cloud Foundry – Now Generally Available on Azure

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team dives into  General Availability of Cloud Foundry on Azure. Corey is joined by Sean McKenna – Principal Program Manager, Azure Compute to give us all the details.

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The Coolness of Visual Studio Azure Functions Tools!

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team dives into Azure Functions ONCE AGAIN. This time we have Donna Malayeri, Program Manager on the Azure Functions team showing us the new Visual Studio Azure Functions tools.

Visual Studio Tools for Azure Functions – blog post with link to download the tools

Running Azure Functions Locally with the CLI and VS Code

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