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

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Azure Connect provides a simple mechanism to set up IP-based connectivity between on-premises and Azure resources, making it easier for an organization to migrate its existing applications to the cloud. For example, a company can deploy a Azure application that connects to an on-premises SQL Server database or domain-join Azure services to an on-premises Active Directory deployment. In addition, 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 Azure systems. It collects our best articles, videos, and training materials with access to all the products you’ll need.

Azure Platform Management Portal
Provides access to service deployment and management tasks as well as at-a-glance status information that lets you know the overall health of your deployments and accounts.

What's New in the Management Portal
New Azure Connect features include multiple administrator support on the Admin UI, an updated Client UI with improved status notifications and diagnostic capabilities, and the ability to install the Azure Connect client on non-English versions of Windows.

Add Azure Connect to Create Virtual Networks
Learn how to create a secure IP-level network between roles running in Azure and machines running outside Azure.

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