Tag Archives: azure

Azure Standard load balancer

A While back Microsoft announced a new Load balancing tier in Microsoft Azure called Azure load balancer standard, which is a new SKU of the existing load balancing service in Azure, which is still in preview when I’m writing this blogpost. Azure provides different load balancing solutions, where we have Application Gateway (provides layer 7… Read More »

Cloud Wars – IBM vs Microsoft vs Google vs Amazon IaaS

In my previous blog post I did a short overview of the different cloud vendors, a bit about their focus areas and also a bit about strengths and weaknesses. The blogpost can be found here –>http://bit.ly/2CrBgZA .In this post I want to focus more on IaaS and the offerings surrounding it, first I want describe… Read More »

Considering GPU in the Cloud for VDI deployments? Not so fast…

At Citrix Synergy myself and Phillip Jones https://twitter.com/P2Vme has a presentation at the NVIDIA Booth on the first day of the conference where we talked about different deployment scenarioes for NVIDIA GRID both for HCI (Which Phillip covered) and in Cloud which I talked about. This also something which I discussed at the hot topics… Read More »

Security aspects when moving to the public cloud – PaaS

So this is a follow-up on my previous blogpost on Security Aspects on public cloud –> http://msandbu.org/security-aspects-when-moving-to-the-public-cloud-iaas/ in this blog post I will focus more on what security aspects you ned to think about when considering using platform services. Platform services comes in different shapes and colours, but in the core essence you have a… Read More »

Security aspects when moving to the public cloud – IaaS

This is a follow-up from my earlier blogpost around –> http://msandbu.org/security-aspects-when-moving-to-the-public-cloud/ and the purpose about this post is highlighting the security aspects on IaaS services. with IaaS we have the capabilities to provision a set of virtual machines and have different supporting services around it. The purpose of this post is going to be focusing… Read More »