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Published on Jul 2, 2015
Learn how you can use the interactive Datacenter extension reference architecture diagram to extend your datacenter to Microsoft Azure. You can download the Datacenter extension reference architecture diagram (http://aka.ms/derad) from the TechNet Gallery. Also found in the TechNet Gallery is the script (http://aka.ms/derad-videoscript) for this video, a Visio diagram (http://aka.ms/derad-diagram) with all the layers seen in this video, and an Excel spreadsheet (http://aka.ms/derad-data) that contains all the data that is associated with each object in the diagram, as well as additional data not visible in the diagram.
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00:00 Overview of the Extending Your Datacenter to Microsoft Azure Interactive Reference Architecture Diagram 02:30 Diagram orientation 03:50 Layer 1: On-premises security zones 06:15 Layer 2: Azure security zones 06:55 Layer 3: On-premises applications 12:35 Layer 4: Azure applications 15:05 Layer 5: On-premises Active Directory DCs 16:45 Layer 6: Azure Active Directory DCs 18:25 Layer 7: On-premises storage 19:10 Layer 8: Azure storage 20:55 Layer 9: On-premises network 21:45 Layer 10: On-premises network segments 22:30 Layer 11: On-premises network access control 23:50 Layer 12: Azure network 24:20 Layer 13: Azure virtual network 26:05 Layer 14: Azure network segments 26:20 Layer 15: Azure network access control 27:10 Layer 16: On-premises load balancing 27:50 Layer 17: Azure load balancing 29:20 Layer 18: Name resolution services 30:00 Layer 19: On-premises connection to Azure 31:25 Layer 20: Azure Active Directory Synchronization 34:45 Layer 21: On-premises Azure single-sign on 37:00 Layer 22: Object text labels 37:10 Layer 23: Network details 38:05 Additional Resources 39:10 Excel spreadsheet with detailed object data 41:40 Enthusiastic conclusion – go forth and extend your datacenter into Microsoft Azure!