Tailwind Traders has begun the process of migrating some existing workloads to the cloud and ensuring that new workloads are cloud native where appropriate. Instead of having all workloads hosted on-premises or in Azure, Tailwind Traders will be taking advantage of the technologies that best suit its needs.
In this module, you learned about a variety of Azure hybrid technologies, including those related to networking, identity, compute, data, and security. You also learned how these technologies might function to provide Tailwind Traders with appropriate solutions to its problems.
You learned about what hybrid cloud entails and the options for networking on-premises workloads to Azure in a seamless manner. You also learned how to provide consistent identity across a hybrid environment, the options for hybrid cloud compute workloads, and the options for having applications that have tiers that are both in the cloud and on-premises. Finally, you learned about the options for managing files and data in the cloud and the technologies that you can use to monitor and manage the security configuration of hybrid clouds.
You can learn more by referencing the following documentation:
- What is Azure VPN Gateway?
- What is Azure ExpressRoute?
- What is Azure DNS Private Resolver?
- What is Azure Virtual WAN?
- What is Azure AD Connect?
- What is Azure Active Directory Domain Services?
- What is Azure Arc enabled servers?
- Azure Stack HCI solution overview
- High-performance computing (HPC) on Azure
- What is Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes?
- What are Azure Arc enabled data services?
- About Site Recovery
- What is Azure Relay?
- Azure App Service Hybrid Connections
- Remote access to on-premises applications through Azure AD Application Proxy
- Kerberos Constrained Delegation for single sign-on to your apps with Application Proxy
- Header-based single sign-on for on-premises apps with Azure AD App Proxy
- Publish Remote Desktop with Azure AD Application Proxy
- SMB file shares in Azure Files
- NFS file shares in Azure Files
- Deploy Azure File Sync
- Stretch Database
- Microsoft Defender for Cloud documentation
- Microsoft Sentinel documentation
- Update Management overview
You can also learn more by reviewing the following Microsoft Training modules:
- Design a hybrid network architecture on Azure
- Expose hybrid services securely with Azure Relay
- Manage hybrid workloads with Azure Arc
- Implement hybrid identity with Windows Server
- Implement a hybrid file server infrastructure
- Monitor Windows Server IaaS virtual machines and hybrid instances
- Implement hybrid network infrastructure
- Implement hybrid backup and recovery with Windows Server IaaS
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