This is the first in the series of utilizing the Cloud Adoption Framework to move to the cloud. These are the actual slides I use when I work with customers on planning their migration. Typically, the process starts with an assessment of their on-premise infrastructure using one of many tools to get an inventory of […]
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My top 10 most important announcements so far at Ignite. Ranked from most important to least importance, as it pertains to me. Technical preview of Configmgr vNext available now with SCEP Service pack for SCCM 2012 due next week Announced Azure Stack – Replacing Azure Pack for on-prem Azure services Deploying Azure in Your Datacenter […]
In this quick video Troy Whittaker, from ITS Partners, demonstrates the initial step in adding a cloud DP in Configmgr 2012. You can find his full post here.
These are the top 5 rumors for Configmgr that are floating around. Next up will be a new version, CM16 I suppose based on the date. It will not coincide with Windows 10 release and instead release 90 days or so after W10 launch. There will also be another service pack for CM12 to address the […]
Microsoft announced today the Azure AD Basic is available. It includes four additional features not available in Azure AD Free version. Company branding to match your internal LAN’s styling and logo. Group-based application access for your cloud hosted apps. With the ability to query your own directory to build and populate groups or build them […]
Some basics if you are new to containers. Applications run inside containers. Containers believe they are running on an independent operating system but in fact they are running in isolated partitions sharing a single operating system while other containers are also running other applications using the same operating system. Where in traditional hypervisor virtualization a server will […]
Fundamentals of Azure Internal Load balancers by Bruno Terkaly Internal load balancing (ILB) enables you to run highly available services behind a private IP address Internal load balancers are only accessible only within a cloud service or Virtual Network (VNet) This provides additional security on that endpoint. Some questions I am hearing I am able […]