In this post, we will see how a virtual network in Azure connects to an AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) with the help of a virtual network gateway.Read More
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In this post, we will see how an AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) connects to Azure infrastructure using the dedicated VPN connection. For a guide on how to connect Azure using VPN Gateway to AWS VPC see this post.
Cloud Service Map helps the users to quickly compare the capabilities and features of all the categories of both AWS and Azure. The use of the service allows you to quickly migrate data from Azure if you are trying a multi-cloud solution with Azure.
This post follows the same approach that we saw in Failover with Route 53 from Azure to AWS, but now the failover will be taken care of by Azure Traffic Manager.
In this post, we will see how Amazon CloudFront can deliver content out of Azure blob storage.
These are the topics touched throughout the post:
- Azure Blob Storage basics
- Amazon CloudFront basics
- Amazon Route 53 basics
- Hands-on to implement the delivery of data using Amazon CloudFront
This is how various services mentioned in the post interact with each other:
Azure blob storage is a service that stores unstructured data in the cloud as objects or blobs.
In this post, we will see how Amazon Route 53 can assist to smoothly failover from one unhealthy resource to a healthy resource with (almost) no impact to users.
In this post, we will see how you can delegate your DNS domain from AWS to Azure.
First let’s discuss few basic things about the AWS and Azure services that will allow us to do this.