Showing posts from November, 2019


In this article, we learn about the Azure Virtual Network, Subnet, VNet Peering, NSG, VPN Gateway, and Express Route. VNET:-A virtual network is nothing but, like On-premises network which we use switches and routers to communicate with servers and clients as same as Azure VNet is also used for communicating with azure resources. (Virtual Machine, Databases, etc.) Per Subscription is limited to a 100 VNet and can’t extend more than 100. VNet is isolated, all resources within VNet can communicate with each other or not, based on our configuration in user-defined routes and Network Security Groups. How the resources, communicate within the VNet. Subnet:-Under the VNet , we must understand what Subnet is and how it works. Subnetting is the process of dividing a network into smaller networks
We can divide the VNet IP Range into multiple Parts of unique Subnet IP ranges. Resources within the subnet will communicate with each other and also communicate across the subnets in the same VNet with…

How to Custom Domain Name In AAD and Make it as a Primary Azure Active Directory

In this document we are going to see how to add custom domain name in the azure active directory and make it as primary Active Directory
Azure Active Directory tenantshouldcome with a initial domain.
By adding our own custom domain which is used for our company, we can use it for our company purposes like user authentication etc. (for example: - if we added the domain name, we can create a user under active directory like Steps to add custom domain as active directory in Azure active directoryGo to Azure Active Directory service tenant in Azure portal à In Left side click Custom Domain names.
Now you can the screen à Click + Add Custom Domain

Now you can see in Right side to add domain tab à In That Custom Domain name add your domain name for example:-

After adding the domain you can the record sets which is for verifying the added domain
Copy the TXT record which in Destination or points to address text Box Go…

How to install Azure RM module in PowerShell and create Webapp using Azure RM cmdlets.

This module helps you how to install azurerm module for using cmdlets how to create following services: To install azurerm moduleTo create azure resource groupTo create azure appservice planTo create WebappTo install the azurerm module in windows using PowerShell Open the PowerShell and install the Azure RM Module
Type the command àinstall-module azurerm
Give yes by typing [Y] to install NuGet Provider it is require for PowerShell to interact with azure repository

Give [A] Yes to all for installing all cmdlet from the repository You can see the azure command lets are downloaded
To Import the module type the command import-module –name Azurerm
Login into azure account using the command Login-AzureRmAccount
Pop-up will raise, login with you azure account
After giving your login you can see your MailID with your subscription details

After completing installation of azurerm module all the cmdlets which required to control the azure resources from your system   To create azure resource group

Azure Active Directory and Its Key Features

Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is Microsoft’s cloud-based identity and access management service, which helps users to sign in and utilize resources in: We can use Azure AD as identity management in both internal and external application such as Microsoft Office 365, the Azure portal, On-premises Application (Firewall, etc.) and thousands of other SaaS applications which supports Active Directory.Each account (email address) can contain multiple AADsEach AAD can have multiple subscriptions The Subscription is created inside the AAD, by switching one directory to another directory (AAD) will cause to create a new subscription.
Azure AD Features Pricing Details

Main Key Features of Azure AD Single Sign-OnSelf-service password resetMulti-Factor AuthenticationConditional AccessIdentity ProtectionSingle Sign-On:-Azure Active Directory Seamless Single Sign-On (Azure AD Seamless SSO) automatically signs users their corporate devices connected to their corporate network. We don’t have…