Cloud networking topics and guides

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What is Cloud Networking?

Cloud networking is networking that has been specifically developed to operate in public clouds, embracing the simplicity and agility of cloud infrastructure, while delivering the operations and security enterprises require.

What is a Hybrid Cloud Network?

A hybrid cloud network uses IT resources that are situated both on premises and in the public cloud. This article briefly examines the technologies, challenges and advantages of hybrid cloud.
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What is Terraform and Infrastructure as Code?

Terraform is an open source tool built by Hashicorp to automate the provisioning of infrastructure resources. It is used to build, manage, update and delete the infrastructure resources like physical machines, virtual machines, containers, networking and others using infrastructure as a code philosophy.
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What is AWS VPC Peering?

In this post we will discuss AWS VPC peering and how it can be used to connect resources between same Availability Zones in the same region or resources from different regions.
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What is Transitive Routing?

In this post, we will cover transitive routing in the cloud with a focus on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Transitive routing can be achieved using third party software or appliances (AWS recommends using the vendor that the operator feels most comfortable with).
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Handling Overlapping IPs

With rapid industry transformations taking place in cloud infrastructure, new problems show up in unpredictable ways – one network related example is the challenge created by overlapping IP addresses.This article details how the overlapping IP address problem occurs in various cloud networking use cases, and steps you can take to fix it.
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Azure Networking Fundamentals

Since everything still talks through a network, this is commonly done using a virtual network space in the cloud. For Azure, that’s called Azure Virtual Network or VNet. It allows many types of Azure resources to reside inside a VNet, such as Azure virtual machines (VMs).
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Microsoft Azure VNet Features

Different types of Azure resources, for instance, virtual machines, cloud services, virtual machine scaling sets, and Azure App Service environments can communicate privately over an Azure virtual network. This is logical isolation of the Azure cloud dedicated to your subscription. Each Azure subscription and region allows you to implement numerous virtual networks(quota limits apply).
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Azure Virtual Private Network (VPN)

Microsoft Azure gives you the possibility to work in a hybrid work environment with which you can integrate the servers and physical equipment of your company with the cloud. To carry out this task, our proposal is based on the use of a virtual private network (azure Virtual Private Network or VPN) that works as a gateway.
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How do I configure Azure VNET to VNET

Imagine if you could connect and monitor multiple devices or perhaps computers from a central machine; it makes the connection to those devices easier and smarter than if you had to be present at every location. Well, that’s literally what the Azure Virtual Network is capable of doing and if you are working with Azure and you know how impactful Microsoft Azure can be, you will be interested in maximally utilizing Azure networks to meet your networking/cloud goals.
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