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Send mail to Office 365 via an Exchange Server hosted in Azure

Those of you who have attempted to send mail to Office 365 from Azure know that sending outbound mail directly from an email server hosted in Azure is not supported due to elastic nature of public cloud service IPs and the potential for abuse. 273 more words

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Azure Load Balancer – Add/Remove Vms

Still stuck on azure service manager (ASM)? Have load balancers in environment which you need to configure often to remove/add vms? Not a worry. Even though when it comes to load balancer configuration option in ASM we are pretty much tied down to PowerShell but in this post I will show you how you can use simple PowerShell scripts to configure your load balancer. 582 more words

Azure Infrastructure

Hexaware Appoints Krishna Kumar as CTO

PUNE: Hexaware Technologies Limited, a global provider of application, infrastructure, BPS and digital services today announced the appointment of Krishna Kumar as the Chief Technology Officer of the company. 121 more words


Is cloud computing right for my small business?

Is cloud computing right for my small business?

This is the question on many small business-owner’s lips at the moment. “The Cloud” is a term that is bandied about pretty liberally these days, but few of us really understand exactly what it means. 1,022 more words


GitHub Enterprise in Azure cloud "The certificate is not signed by a valid issuer."

Today I found myself working with a group to stand up a GitHub Enterprise environment in the Azure cloud.  My specific task was to figure out how to make certificates and DNS work with the new instance.  606 more words


Cloud Computing Market – Global Industry Analysis Report, Share, Size, Growth, Price Trends and Forecast, 2023

Cloud computing market size likely to witness significant gains from 2016 to 2023. Greater scalability coupled with faster access to infrastructure are anticipated to surge the demand growth. 736 more words

The End of Cloud Computing

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“I’m going to take you out to the edge to show you what the future looks like.” So begins a16z partner Peter Levine as he takes us on a “crazy” tour of the history and future of cloud computing — from the constant turns between centralized to distributed computing, and even to his “Forrest Gump rule” of investing in these shifts. 70 more words