Author: Marius Sandbu

New book in the making – Building the Modern Workspace on Microsoft Azure

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Sounds like a sleazy topic, but it is true! I’ve been thinking for a time now that it is again time to challenge myself, and the last time I did that was when I wrote a book. Having all the deadlines, doing research and…

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Guide to Deploying Office 365 in RDSH and VDI Enviroment


This is an updated article on the old one which is referenced here. A lot has changed since I first wrote this article back in 2015 and updates it in 2016 and therefore I decided to rewrite the article to make it a…

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Microsoft Managed Desktops – What is it and where do partners fit in ?


A week ago Microsoft announced their new service offering called Microsoft Managed Desktop, which is essentially a service where Microsoft will manage your endpoints trough a lifecycle management together with an OEM vendors (Currently only Microsoft based devices) So think about all the…

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Windows Virtual Desktop – What is it actually and limitations


One of the other big announcements at Microsoft Ignite was the Azure Windows Virtual Desktop, which essentially seems to me as a DaaS (Desktop as a Service) offering on top of Microsoft Azure. So what is it actually and how does it compare…

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Security Graph API and getting alerts


The Security Graph API was released into GA yesterday at Microsoft Ignite, and is a subset of the Graph API which is collecting information from many different security products in the Microsoft Cloud (and now part of EMS package) Now if you are unfamliar…

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Announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2018

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After a pretty packed keynote, all the information from Microsoft started flowing out and we got bombarded with information about all the big announcements. So this is a summary of all the announcements so far. You can also get a compressed PDF file…

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Announcements from VMworld 2018


Looking back at VMworld 2018, it is interesting to see which route that VMware is moving towards. The last years VMware has been focusing a lot on the software-defined data center and the partnership with Amazon on delivering VMware on AWS, with the…

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Teradici and Google Cloud Platform with NVIDIA GPU


Two years ago I wrote an article about running Teradici’s Cloud Access Software on Microsoft Azure with the release of N-series instances ( now the issue with the N-series is that they don’t have the ability to provide SSD functionality, which was one…

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Walktrough of Nutanix Beam and features


Nutanix released their SaaS multi-cloud governance and cost optimization tool named Nutanix Beam back in May at Next earlier this year. Now for me personally I have always been a fan of Nutanix and therefore I’ve been paying close attention to their acquisitions lately…

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