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Microsoft: Core Network Stack Features in the Creators Update for Windows 10

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This blog is the sequel to our first Windows Core Networking features announcements post.  It describes the second wave of core networking features in the Windows Redstone series.  The first wave of features is described here: Announcing: New Transport Advancements in the Anniversary Update for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016.  We encourage the Windows […]

Microsoft Azure AD Domain Services admin UX in the new Azure Portal

Microsoft
I’m excited to announce the public preview of Azure AD Domain Services in the new Azure portal. You can now create new managed AD domains and perform administrative tasks like configuring secure LDAP using the Azure portal. If you follow the blog, you already know that Azure AD Domain Services is pretty cool. It provides […]

Microsoft Introduces the new Dv3 and Ev3 VM sizes

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We are excited to announce the general availability of our new Dv3 VM sizes. We are also changing the naming for the high memory D sizes (D11-D14) to become the Ev3 family. These new sizes introduce Hyper-Threading Technology running on the Intel® Broadwell E5-2673 v4 2.3GHz processor, and the Intel® Haswell 2.4 GHz E5-2673 v3. The shift […]

Microsoft: Application Modernization is a journey

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I’ve recently been working with many customers who find themselves at a crossroads when it comes to legacy applications. They have several hundred or thousands of applications running in what was once a modern approach, but in today’s world lack the ability to gain all the benefits available in modern architectures. In the customer engagements […]

Microsoft Windows Server 2016 – Nano Server and how it has changed already

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One of the things that I was most excited about working with in Windows Server 2016 was Nano Server. The ability to have super fast, super scalable servers to run infrastructure roles (to me) seemed like an awesome addition particularly given that it was the smallest server footprint we’d ever delivered and booted in record […]

Microsoft Releases SQL Server 2017 RC1

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We are pleased to announce availability of the first public release candidate for SQL Server 2017, Release Candidate 1 (RC1), which is now available for download. This means that development work for the new version of SQL Server is complete along most dimensions needed to bring the industry-leading performance and security of SQL Server to […]

Microsoft KB: Configuration Manager 2007 client operations fail after you install a May 2017 security update for Windows Server 2008 R2

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We have released a new KB article Configuration Manager 2007 client operations fail after you install a May 2017 security update for Windows Server 2008 R2 which contains a solution to the following issue: Client-related operations fail in an installation of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 that has the server locator point (SLP) role […]

Microsoft on Protecting Windows Server 2016 using Azure Backup

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The IT industry is excited about the general availability of Windows Server 2016 with enhancements to Active Directory, Hyper-V failover clustering, remote desktop services, and file and storage services. Windows Server 2016 is being widely run on physical as well as virtual environments such as Hyper-V and VMware VM and is used for hosting server […]

Increase the Redundancy and Performance of Your AWS Directory Service for Microsoft Active Directory by Deploying Additional Domain Controllers

Amazon Web Services
AWS Microsoft AD is a highly available, managed Active Directory built on actual Windows Server 2012 R2 in the AWS Cloud. With AWS Microsoft AD, you do not have to synchronize identities from your on-premises Active Directory domain to the AWS Cloud. AWS provides automated software updates, security patching, and failover as part of the […]

Microsoft: Monitoring Large DPM Deployments with SCOM

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DPM can backup a variety of workloads as SQL, SharePoint, Exchange, Hyper-V VMs, File Servers, among others. One way to monitor the DPM servers centrally is using SCOM. In this blog, our guest, John Joyner,  talks about leveraging Central Console for multi site backup management. The combination of DPM and SCOM is beneficial to distributed enterprises […]

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