Tag: microsoft

So why choose Citrix over Microsoft RDS?

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A question came a couple of days ago, to do a refresh on this blogpost since this is a topic that appears frequently on Twitter from time to time so therefore I decided to do a rewrite of this blogpost.  So why should…

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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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What is Microsoft doing with RDS and GPU in 2016? and what are VMware and Citrix doing?

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So it was initially labed Server 2016, for then I forgot an important part of it, which ill come back to later. This year, Microsoft is most likely releasing Windows Server 2016 and with it a huge number of new features like Containers,…

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Storage Wars–HCI edition

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There is alot of fuzz these days around hyperconverged, software defined storage etc.. especially since VMware announced VSAN 6.2 earlier this week, that trigge alot of good old brawling on social media. Since VMware was clearly stating that they are the marked leader…

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What is Microsoft Azure IaaS missing at this point?

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Well, this might be a bit of a misleading blogpost, and it is not aimed at critizing Azure, but mearly a post which aims to look at what I feel that Microsoft IaaS Azure is missing at this point. Now even thou Microsoft…

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Wire Data in Operations Management Suite

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Microsoft finally released a new solutions pack to Operations Management suite the other day, which I have been waiting for since Ignite! WireData!!! This is an solution pack that gathers meta data about your network, it requires a local agent installed on your…

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Setting up Microsoft Azure and Iaas Backup

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Earlier today Microsoft announced the long awaited feature which allows us to take backup of virtual machines directly in Azure. Now before today Microsoft didn’t have any solution to do backup of a VM unless doing a blob snapshot or some third party…

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Citrix XenMobile and Microsoft Cloud happily ever after ?

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There is no denying that Microsoft is moving more and more focus into their cloud offerings, even with solution such as Office365, EMS (Enterprise Mobility Suite) and of course their Azure platform. EMS being the latest product bundle in the suite gives customers…

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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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New book project, Azure IaaS free ebook

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This is something that I have been thinking about for some time, since I have written two books for publisher in the last year. Now and I saw that when writing the books that much of the stuff I wrote about became outdated…

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