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Kelverion Runbook Studio v3 is here!

Introducing the new Runbook Studio v3 In our recent webinars we showed how various parts of your cloud IT infrastructure could be automated with the Runbook Studio which simplifies the building and management of automation runbooks. With our latest release we have massively enhanced the usability of the Runbook Studio to apply that same simplicity to […]

Automated Cloud VM Provisioning – Free Webinar

Kelverion are now seeing a significant ramp-up in our Enterprise Customers leveraging Microsoft Azure Automation to solve many of the normal IT Process Automation challenges. From Kelverion’s expertise in automation and integration with Systemcenter and Orchestrator we have used our knowledge to help transform the Azure Automation space. In this quick 30 minute webinar we will be covering Virtual Machine setup […]

What is OMS and a Brief History of It

While discussing Azure/OMS topics in the community I often see incorrect usage of OMS (Operations Management Suite). That is understandable of course as Microsoft hasn’t done good job at clearing out all the terms but I still think we should be using the correct term when posting questions or discussing OMS in forums and other […]

OMS Portal Moving to Azure

For quite some time it was clear that the OMS Portal will move completely to Azure and that is good news. We have seen services like Update Management, Azure Security Center (Security & Audit solution is part of it) releasing new functionalities only in Azure Portal. In fact some services that have been part of […]

Creating Azure AD Application using Powershell

Azure AD Application Azure AD have something called Application registrations. These are often used to integrate with external services and can provide functionality like Single Sign On to your companies Twitter account. There’s a large selection of applications you can chose from in the Azure Portal, but this post will cover how to create your […]

Blocking Internet Access for Azure Virtual Machines

By default, every Azure virtual machine (VM) has access to the Internet. Sometimes this is great, but in most enterprise environments, server’s have Internet access restricted. So, how to restrict Azure VMs gaining access to the Internet? Restricting Internet access to your VMs in Azure isn’t difficult, but does require some baseline knowledge of Network […]

Book published on Amazon – Quick and Practical Guide to ARM Templates

Quick and Practical Guide to ARM Templates is a very non-conventional book. The objective of the book is to help you “Become Experts in Developing ARM Templates for Microsoft Azure without any prior knowledge”. This book is for both a beginner and intermediate users. This is a quick and practical approach to learning ARM Templates for […]