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FSLogix leads the race in Office 365 Non-Persistent Comparison Matrix

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EUC architect and distinguished engineer, David Wilkinson, recently published his analysis on challenges experienced when adding Office 365 to a virtual desktop environment. Key challenge areas include Outlook cache, Outlook search indexing, and OneDrive for Business. Outlook CEM is also required for many business critical application plugins to function. This is a summary of his […]

New PowerEdge Servers Powered by AMD EPYC Processors Push HCI Beyond the Data Center

Dell
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The HCI market is growing fast as customers refresh their server and storage hardware to modernize to a more agile and cost-effective data center. With analysts forecasting up to 66% annual growth[1], the world-wide HCI market will exceed $10B in 2021. VMware vSAN has been growing even faster than the overall HCI market, making HCI […]

Docker for Windows Desktop… Now With Kubernetes!

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Today we are excited to announce the beta for Docker for Windows Desktop with integrated Kubernetes is now available in the edge channel! This release includes Kubernetes 1.8, just like the Docker for Mac and Docker Enterprise Edition and will allow you to develop Linux containers. The easiest way to get Kubernetes on your desktop is here. Simply […]

Ensure container monitoring and control via smart tooling

FSLogix
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Open source Kubernetes technology — and the many commercial variations thereof — introduces capabilities such as container monitoring; the ability to restart ones that are misbehaving in small ways and to shut down and replace ones that are misbehaving badly; and methods to make the containers available to other containers and users in a clear […]

The Easy Button – A story about Corruption, Portability, Office 365, User Profile bloat, ProfileDisk, non-persistent Data Indexing and more…

Liquidware
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20 Min read – User profiles have been around for many years. According to Wikipedia the user-profiling scheme in force today owes its origins to Windows NT, which stored its profiles within the system folder itself, typically under C:WINNTProfiles. Windows 2000 saw the change to a separate “Documents and Settings” folder for profiles, and in this […]

Container Orchestration vs. the Status Quo

Entisys360
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In Agile shops especially, “build vs. buy” is an ongoing and evolving debate among CIO’s and DevOps teams. You see a demo of a new product which solves a problem, you look at the talent on your bench and you think: Yeah, but we could do this ourselves. Then you remember the mountainous backlog waiting […]

4 Scenarios for DevOps Specialists Using Remote Desktop Manager

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In the DevOps universe, the need to allow professionals to abstract layers of computing environments at the most varied levels within IT pushes the definition and limits of software development, day by day. This has been happening not only in applications, but also in infrastructure, making life easier for professionals with the use of playbooks […]

5 tips to learn Docker in 2018

Docker
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As the holiday season ends, many of us are making New Year’s resolutions for 2018. Now is a great time to think about the new skills or technologies you’d like to learn. So much can change each year as technology progresses and companies are looking to innovate or modernize their legacy applications or infrastructure. At the […]

Gartner: The future of Server Virtualization

Gartner
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x86-based server virtualisation has changed. It has rapidly evolved and is now a mature market. So, analysis of the market needs to change too. The future can be scary (image source: xkcd.com) In broad terms, virtualisation can be considered a method of abstracting an underlying technology layer. This provides productivity benefits via an agreed interface […]

Moving to Containers: Building with Docker and Amazon ECS

Amazon Web Services
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If you’ve ever considered moving part of your application stack to containers, don’t miss this session. Amazon ECS Software Engineer Uttara Sridhar will cover best practices for containerizing your code, implementing automated service scaling and monitoring, and setting up automated CI/CD pipelines with fail-safe deployments. Manjeeva Silva and Thilina Gunasinghe will show how McDonalds implemented […]

Cloud Wars IBM vs Microsoft vs Amazon vs Google – Part 1 Overview

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
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Looking back and 2017 there has not been as much activity as I’ve planned on my blog and one of the main reasons for this is because I have been quite caught up in work. Again one of the main reasons is because my work takes me back and forth between multiple products, platforms and […]

Docker on AWS – AWS re:Invent 2017 Video

Amazon Web Services
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In this session, Docker Technical Staff Member Patrick Chanezon will discuss how Finnish Rail, the national train system for Finland, is using Docker on Amazon Web Services to modernize their customer facing applications, from ticket sales to reservations. Patrick will also share the state of Docker development and adoption on AWS, including explaining the opportunities […]

Getting Started with Docker on AWS – AWS re:Invent 2017 Video

Amazon Web Services
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AWS is an elastic, secure, flexible, and developer-centric ecosystem that serves as an ideal platform for Docker deployments. AWS offers the scalable infrastructure, APIs, and SDKs that integrate tightly into a development lifecycle and accentuate the benefits of the lightweight and portable containers that Docker offers. In this session, you learn the benefits of containers, […]

Using Docker to Scale Operational Intelligence at Splunk

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Splunk wants to make machine data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone. With over 14,000 customers in 110 countries, providing the best software for visualizing machine data involves hours and hours of testing against multiple supported platforms and various configurations. For Mike Dickey, Sr. Director in charge of engineering infrastructure at Splunk, the challenge was […]

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