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Azure Files offers fully managed Cloud based file sharing that are accessible via the industry standard Server Message Block (SMB) protocol which is also known as Common Internet File System or CIFS. Once you create Azure File share it can be accessed from anywhere in the world using Windows, Linux or macOS. It can also...
Distributed File system, Sync’s data across your on-premises file servers.The files are stored in Azure file Share.The data can then be cached on your on-premises servers. Features and Benefits Multiple File Servers at multiple locations. Sync all to single Azure File Storage.Commonly used files are cached on local server.The older, rarely accessed files will move...
It’s Cost-Effective The biggest cost cutter has to do with the servers housing your company’s data. Instead of having to store and maintain clunky computer servers in your company’s office, a move to the cloud means your business gets to use programs that have servers elsewhere. This also means not having to pay for a...
Microsoft keeps on finding approaches to improve Azure offerings for the customers. Azure Managed Disks, a new disk service launched in Feb ’17, has made the administration and scaling of Virtual Machines (VM) simpler. You can create a empty Managed Disk, or from a VHD in a storage account, or from an Image during the...
Microsoft announced that Instant recovery of files and folders from Azure VM backups by Azure Backup is now generally available. Another addition of features to Azure Backup. Instant recovery of files and folders from On Premise is already available. Benefits Recover files instantly – Now instantly recover files from the cloud backups of Azure VMs without any additional infrastructure. whether it’s accidental file deletion or simply validating the backup, instant restore drastically reduces the time to recover your data. Open application files without restoring them –...
Use the following steps to add a Public IP address to an Azure VM which is already created and running or stopped. 1. Go to the Virtual machine and click on Networking under VM Settings in Virtual Machine blade. 2. Click on the Network Interface of the Virtual Machine. 3. Click on the IP Configuration...
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