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Azure's Cloud Services (web and worker roles) run instances of your defined web and worker role templates (or wcf web role, which you might be using, given this is about WCF). It will run a minimum of one instance for each role. This is by design for Cloud Services, and you pay the per-hour cost for the given VM size (and quantity) selected for each role, ...


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If the files are stored in the OneDrive for Business portion of Office 365, the files are stored locally (under C:\Users\username\OneDrive for Business) and synced to the cloud. So, there is some penalty after the initial sign-in as files are first synced to the computer (for 1TB it will take a while), but from then on it is just like accessing a local ...


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That depends a bit on how www.example.com is hosted and how much control you have as an administrator. It is not uncommon to run a reverse proxy that incorporates content/functionality from a remote server/service and maps that to a local URL such as www.example.com/extension_url. Suppose the local server is running apache; then <Location ...


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This depends on what the data is and how often you're going to want to get it in or out of storage. Something like YouTube with 5TB of video is going to have completely different requirements than 5TB of social security numbers and financial data. Is it more important that the 5TB be highly available, or is it more important that the 5TB be very secure? ...


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Nope. There are no settings for creating metrics and traffic priorities, you're also stuck with Dynamic Routing so all the prioritizing is done in the background. This means that you cannot connect different endpoint to the same range of a local network. it is even stated in "Requirements and considerations" page under the Vnet VPN Documentation. ...


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In general, running your own open-source cloud storage solution will be far less secure than any industry-standard service. Think of it this way, those companies have entire teams of people dedicated to nothing but securing their product, and they still make mistakes... That said, if you just want to do your best while swallowing the risk, here is some ...


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Old question, but no one really answered you and I have had the same question: Where does this configuration come from? It originates from cloudinit, precisely in cc_ssh.py within /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/cloudinit/config This in turn is directly dependant on the file /etc/cloud/cloud.cfg. The you find a line disable_root: true. You should be ...



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