Moving your Perimeter Network into Azure

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Traditionally you placed servers that you wanted to expose to the internet on a special network, termed the perimeter network, screened subnet, or the DMZ. Today, with public cloud providers, it makes increasing sense to relocate workloads that were traditionally deployed to perimeter networks instead to Windows Azure, with hosts on Windows Azure connected back to protected organizational networks through Azure Site-To-Site VPNs. In this session we'll talk about how you can start migrating existing perimeter network workloads to Azure, and, in the long run, reduce the complexity of managing hosts that are publicly accessible.

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