For some, moving into a cloud-only solution is not a feasible option and a hybrid solution is the best solution. In this video Sharon will outline the requirements for a hybrid solution and options that will need to be considered before implementing a hybrid solution, including VPN and gateway requirements.
- [Narrator] In a lot of cases…you're probably gonna want to do a Hybrid Infrastructure.…Meaning, you're gonna have some of your workloads…on premise, and some of your workloads within Azure.…A Hybrid Infrastructure tends to be very flexible.…You can move your workloads around as required.…There are several templates already available…in Azure to help build out your infrastructure in Azure.…These templates are for single virtual machines,…some of the templates are for server farms,…and some of them are for RDS.…You can definitely migrate your existing workloads…into Azure if you care to do so,…and you can migrate them back as required.…
And the nice thing is here is you can Burst…some of those workloads into Azure…for those high demand times.…This is what a hybrid solution would look like.…You will notice that we have several application…servers within Azure itself.…We have an application server, we have a web front end,…some SQL in there, and DC and DNS.…And this may be all you need.…But if you want to connect to on premise,…
- Understanding cloud technologies
- Why Azure?
- Creating virtual networks and storage
- Using Azure Active Directory for identity management and protection
- Disaster recovery with Azure Backup and Azure Site Recovery
- Working with virtual machines