With all of the new features and terminology in System Center 2012 SP1 and Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V, have you ever felt as though you are drowning in a sea of acronyms? I thought it would be nice to provide → Continue Reading.
One of my initial interests when I started blogging was using performance testing to determine optimal configurations (one of my first posts discussed performance of SCSI versus IDE disk configurations in Virtual Server 2005). I thought recently that it would → Continue Reading.
So, Tech.Days UK starts tomorrow and runs through until the end of Friday, and it is all available online. Take a look at the session schedule here, https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032543696&Culture=en-GB&community=0, and register if you want to attend any of the sessions. And, if → Continue Reading.
I’m getting more and more questions on Azure these days and with the general availability of Azure Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), the public cloud is starting to get real for IT pros. Want to ramp up on Azure IaaS quickly? These demo-driven → Continue Reading.
We all heard the rumors that 2013 may have been the last Microsoft Management Summit, and if it were, I would not be surprised. Don't get me wrong, as a community representative and speaker at the last six MMS conferences, → Continue Reading.
MMS 2013 was last week and it was an incredible one from my perspective. I had a chance to spend time meeting new people, and spend time hanging out with people I’m privileged to call old friends. I was lucky → Continue Reading.
System Center 2012 Service Provider Foundation is a new component introduced in SP1. Actually it is still not with status component because it is included in the installation DVD of System Center 2012 Orchestrator SP1. Nevertheless it seems it will → Continue Reading.
MMS 2013 has seen some brilliant presentations from the consultants, MVPs and experts at Infront Consulting Group. Pete Zerger, Mickey Gousset, Raymond Chou and Alexandre Verkinderen all delivered some outstanding sessions and the evaluations and feedback have been very positive. → Continue Reading.
You have just got to love those last few days of complete and utter scramble preparing for sessions at MMS. This has been a really crazy round of preparing but I have high hopes that it will be worth it → Continue Reading.