Azure This Week

On-Demand Azure VM Capacity

Episode description

In Azure news this week, Lars takes a look at the new on-demand capacity reservations for Azure VMs, and the difference between them and an Azure reserved instance. For your good news this week: Lars talks about Ausgrid’s agreement with Azure and Infosys to migrate their infrastructure to the cloud, which speaks to the increasing reliability and maturity of cloud. And in other updates, Azure Firewall has released a bunch of new features and updates…and network security news is always welcome!

0:00 Introduction
0:43 On-demand Azure VM capacity
1:54 Ausgrid’s Azure migration
3:05 Azure Firewall updates

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On-demand capacity reservations for Azure Virtual Machines now in public preview

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Azure This Week is your weekly news roundup for all things Azure. Join our expert hosts as they cover everything you need to know about the past week’s developments, keeping it short, fun and informative. Whether you’re just beginning your cloud journey, or you know your stuff, there’s something for everyone!

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