Month: July 2017

Why Azure Container Instances is a such a cool feature!

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For those who haven’t seen it yet, Microsoft this week announced Azure Container Instances which is a new way of delivering Container instances on Azure. Up until now Microsoft has had the ability to deliver Containers on Azure using Azure Container Service, where…

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Creating Azure ARM template with Veeam Agent unattended setup

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One of the things that you need to remember to have when moving to the public cloud is to do backup of your stateful virtual machines since this is not something that is included as part of the basic service that cloud platforms…

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Azure Stack– Secure by design

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Previously I have blogged about the underlying architecture and features which is going to be part of Azure Stack → http://msandbu.org/what-is-azure-stack-and-want-is-the-architecture/ Microsoft recently announced the launch of Azure Stack as well → https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/microsoft-azure-stack-is-ready-to-order-now/ Responsibility model in Cloud Now I want to focus a…

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Running and optimizing Citrix in Microsoft Azure

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This is a recap of  the webinar me and a fellow CTP Dave Bretty, had earlier today on MYCUGC “Delivering and Optimizing Citrix from Microsoft Azure” since the webinar itself only covered a big overview of the big picture I decided to do…

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Nutanix + GCP match made in heaven?

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It has been quite here on this blog for some time now, there are alot of reasons for this. First of I have been swamped in work lately which has affected the time I have had available to actually do any blogging, and…

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