Azure Site Recovery makes business continuity accessible for all your IT applications by letting you use Azure as your recovery site. This offers a solution where you only pay for the resources you consume, alleviating the need to spend on upfront capital investments for a recovery location or resources. That is why Azure Site Recovery supports a wide variety of platforms and operating systems. Azure Site Recovery now supports disaster recovery and migration to Azure for servers running Ubuntu on Azure virtual machines or in a VMware virtualized environment. Azure Site Recovery currently supports disaster recovery and migration to Azure for applications on Ubuntu Server Last year, a faulty surge protector in their datacenter caused an outage to their learning management system. This experience taught them a costly lesson and left them with the realization that periodic backups are not a replacement for a business continuity plan. Going to Azure was an easy choice for them, as they were already planning on migrating some of their applications to Azure to consolidate their datacenter costs. With a few simple steps, Bellows College setup Azure Site Recovery and got their learning management system protected to Azure.
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Get the latest tutorials on SysAdmin and open source topics. Hub for Good Supporting each other to make an impact. Write for DigitalOcean You get paid, we donate to tech non-profits. One of the first lines of defense in securing your cloud server is a functioning firewall. In the past, this was often done through complicated and arcane utilities. There is a lot of functionality built into these utilities, iptables being the most popular nowadays, but they require a decent effort on behalf of the user to learn and understand them. Firewall rules are not something you want yourself second-guessing. UFW, or Uncomplicated Firewall, is a front-end to iptables. Its main goal is to make managing your firewall drop-dead simple and to provide an easy-to-use interface.
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Skip to content. Permalink master. Branches Tags. Nothing to show. Raw Blame. Open with Desktop View raw View blame. Amazon Machine Image. Most people will use this as a point of customization for their current authentication services. The biggest architectural change has been the addition of authentication, which was added in the Diablo release. In the diagram above, Swift is shown as the image repository, but this is configurable.
Azure IoT Edge is a fully managed service that allows you to deploy Azure and third-party services—edge modules—to run directly on IoT devices, whether they are cloud-connected or offline. These edge modules are container-based and offer functionality ranging from connectivity to analytics to storage—allowing you to deploy modules entirely from the Azure portal without writing any code. You can browse existing edge modules in the Azure Marketplace.