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Connecting On-Premises Servers to Windows Azure Roles with Windows Azure Connect

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Windows Azure Connect provides a simple mechanism to set up IP-based connectivity between on-premises and Windows Azure resources, making it easier for an organization to migrate its existing applications to the cloud. For example, a company can deploy a Windows Azure application that connects to an on-premises SQL Server database or domain-join Windows Azure services to an on-premises Active Directory deployment. In addition, Windows Azure Connect enables remote administration and troubleshooting using the same tools for on-premises applications.

This scenario walks through the steps in learning about, deploying and managing the technology and products to bridge on-premises and Windows Azure systems. It collects our best articles, videos, and training materials with access to all the products you’ll need.

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