Microsoft News Summary – 3 July 2014

July 3, 2014 // 0 Comments

After a month of neglect, I have finally caught up with all of my feeds via various sources. Here are the latest bits of news, mixed up with other Microsoft happenings from the last month. Deploying a Non-Clustered Hyper-V Host: Enabling the Hyper-V role: The second in my series on the Petri IT [...]

Microsoft News Summary-2 July 2014

July 2, 2014 // 0 Comments

It’s been a long times since I posted one of these! I’ve just trawled my feeds for interesting articles and came up with the following. I’ll be checking news and Twitter for more. What Is Microsoft Azure RemoteApp? Learn about this new RDS offering in Microsoft Azure What are Hyper-V Virtual [...]

Microsoft News Summary-21 May 2014

May 21, 2014 // 0 Comments

I took a break from these posts last week while I was at TechEd, and then had work catch up to do this week. Let’s get back a rockin’. There is a distinct tendency towards cloud and automation in the news of the last week. That should be no surprise. Microsoft Enhancing Office 365 ProPlus [...]

Azure Services For Windows Server

February 28, 2013 // 0 Comments

Microsoft likes to talk about how they are the only company offering both pubic (Azure) and private (Windows Server and System Center) cloud solutions.  What about hosting partners?  Can they implement Azure?  In the immortal words of Vicky Pollard: no but yeah. You can’t buy Azure [...]

Survey On SQL Usage For System Center

November 6, 2012 // 0 Comments

I know … Surveys! … Me and some others are running The Great Big Hyper-V Survey of 2012 (still open) and now there’s another one: System Center MVP, Paul Keely, (one of the authors of Mastering System Center 2012 Operations Manager) is running a survey on how people are using SQL Server in [...]

Rough Guide To Setting Up A Scale-Out File Server

July 25, 2012 // 35 Comments

You’ll find much more detailed posts on the topic of creating a continuously available, scalable, transparent failover application file server cluster by Tamer Sherif Mahmoud and Jose Bareto, both of Microsoft.  But I thought I’d do something rough to give you an oversight of what’s going [...]
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