Configuring Azure Traffic Manager

In this blog postingĀ I am going to take you through the configuration of Microsoft Azure Traffic Manager which allows you to load balance incoming traffic across multiple hosted Microsoft Azure services/VMs. In this scenario we have a fully functional Microsoft MIM installation configured in the Microsoft Cloud where all resources were created using Azure Resource Manager. We have two VMs running the MIM Service/Portal and we will load balance traffic to those servers with Traffic Continue reading Configuring Azure Traffic Manager

Missing State Attribute in MIM

What? No State…? Something that I’ve always found peculiar is that “State/province” is not a default attribute in the MIM Portal. One of the main Directory Services systems that we synchronize with is Active Directory (AD). AD has “State/Province” because it’s useful information to include with a user’s identity. And when deploying MIM to an organization, one of the objectives is to provision users from the MIM Portal. In this blog post, I will detail Continue reading Missing State Attribute in MIM