Month: December 2014

Study guide 70-695

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Well almost the last post, one more to go. And this might be interesting for many and is not that known yet. A couple of months ago Microsoft launched the beta of MSCE Enterprise Devices and Apps https://borntolearn.mslearn.net/b/weblog/archive/2014/11/17/announcing-a-new-mcse-enterprise-devices-and-appsThis is a new certification title…

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Study guide 70-534

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This might just be my last post in 2014. I have already gotten several requests to write this study guide therefore I wanted to share it before the end of 2014. The exam 70-534 is another Azure exam which is more focused on…

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Deep dive Microsoft and Dells Cloud platform system

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On 20th of October this year Microsoft and Dell announced the coming of their new platform Cloud Platform Systems. ( oddly enough just two months after VMware announced EVO:RAIL and EVO:RACK) This platform is aimed at customers that want a fully functional private…

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Software defined Storage and Converged infrastructure one-size fits all?

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It has been quite a year, as I look back at it at the end of the year, I see that there has been a lot of new interesting technology emerging. One of the hot topic that has been in my head for…

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Dell vWorkspace 8.5 review

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A cool year so far to be working in IT! alot of new tech been released and I have a lot of catching up to do. One of this is vWorkspace 8.5 which was released a couple of weeks ago. For those that…

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New stuff for Intune

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So Microsoft has been busy coming with numerous updates to Intune lately. The latest updates came last week, you can see updates here –> http://blogs.technet.com/b/microsoftintune/archive/2014/12/09/new-mobile-application-management-capabilities-coming-to-microsoft-intune-this-week.aspx Ability to restrict access to Exchange Online email based upon device enrollment and compliance policies Management of Office…

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Problems with Netscaler and Hyper-V NIC teaming ICA error 1110

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Had a customer case where they had troubles with ICA sessions being terminated when connecting via Netscaler. They had a regular MPX pair setup in HA which then serviced XenApp servers which were located on a cluster of Hyper-V hosts. These hosts were…

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Windows Azure and Storage performance

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For those that have been working with Azure for some time there are some challenges with delivering enough performance for a certion application or workload. For those that are not aware Microsoft has put limits on max IOPS on disks which are attached…

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Can I run my workload in Azure?

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This is a typical question I get quite often, and therefore I decided to write a blogpost to get all the facts straight and talk a bit about the cons about running workloads in Azure and why it some cases is not possible…

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Upcoming events and stuff

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There’s alot happening lately and therefore there has been a bit quiet here on this blog. But to give a quick update on what’s happening! In february I just recently got confirmation that I am presenting two session at NIC conference (Which is…

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