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Introducing Windows Subsystem for Linux WSL Overview

Greg Schulz
Introducing Windows Subsystem for Linux WSL and Overview. Microsoft has been increasing their support of Linux across Azure public cloud, Hyper-V and Linux Integration Services (LIS) and Windows platforms including Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) as well as Server along with Docker support. WSL with Ubuntu installed and open in a window on one of […]

ScaleArc on Google – Hitting the Cloud Trifecta

AWS, Azure, and now Google! ScaleArc now supports all three of the leading cloud platforms. We’re super excited that ScaleArc’s software for enabling continuous availability and simplifying the move to the cloud now supports Google Cloud Platform. We’ve also helped a customer already take advantage of our software on GCP – double win! By supporting GCP, […]

Amazon Web Service AWS September 2017 Software Defined Data Infrastructure Updates

Greg Schulz
September was a busy month pertaining to software defined data infrastructure including cloud and related AWS announcements. One of the announcements included VMware partnering to deliver vSphere, vSAN and NSX data infrastructure components for creating software defined data centers (SDDC) also known as multi cloud, and hybrid cloud leveraging AWS elastic bare metal servers (read […]

Cisco: CCleaner Command and Control Causes Concern

Talos recently published a technical analysis of a backdoor which was included with version 5.33 of the CCleaner application. During our investigation we were provided an archive containing files that were stored on the C2 server. Initially, we had concerns about the legitimacy of the files. However, we were able to quickly verify that the files were […]

VMware: The date is set, and replication has started

I posted the other week that I would no longer have a home lab and this week I officially set the date for the hardware swap. It will be Tuesday, September 19th. So in order to make that date happen, I thought I better get my blog vm’s replicated out to Azure. I only really […]

Deep Dive on MySQL Databases on AWS – 2017 AWS Online Tech Talks Video

Amazon Web Services
Looking for a fast, scalable and cost-effective way deploy MySQL? Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale a MySQL database in the cloud. In this session, you’ll learn about available database engines including MySQL, MariaDB and Amazon Aurora, see how to maintain high availability and security of […]

Fast Database Cloning in Amazon Aurora – #AWS Video

Amazon Web Services
Amazon Aurora is a MySQL-compatible relational database, offering up to 5 times performance of MySQL for one-tenth the cost of commercial databases. Fast Database Cloning creates copies in minutes for development, QA and IT operations. Learn more about Amazon Aurora at – Fast Database Cloning allows developers, testers and IT to create as many […]

Amazon Aurora Fast Database Cloning

Amazon Web Services
Today, I want to quickly show off a feature of Amazon Aurora that I find incredibly useful: Fast Database Cloning. By taking advantage of Aurora’s underlying distributed storage engine you’re able to quickly and cheaply create a copy-on-write clone of your database. In my career I’ve frequently spent time waiting on some representative sample of […]

Nick Bowie, VCDX #202, is the 20th VCDX to join Nutanix

Steve Kaplan
Nick Bowie recently joined Nutanix as a Senior Solutions Architect with the Solutions Performance & Engineering Team for Business Critical Applications. Nick helps Engineering and Product Management develop platforms suited to business-critical apps and validate the apps on top of the platform. Nick is focusing on SQL databases, such as Microsoft SQL, MySQL and Postgres. […]

Microsoft Announces Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL availability in India

We’re excited to announce the public preview availability of Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL in India data centers (Central and West India). The availability of Azure Database for MySQL and PostgreSQL services in India provides app developers the ability to choose from an even wider number of geographies, and deploy their […]

AWS KC Videos: How do I migrate to Amazon RDS for MySQL using AWS DMS?

Amazon Web Services
Find more details in the AWS Knowledge Center: Viqash, an AWS Cloud Support Engineer, shows you how to migrate to Amazon RDS for MySQL using AWS DMS. This video is from the fine folks at Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Microsoft: Build an infrastructure monitoring solution with Service Map

Have you ever been responsible for a flaky application, and wanted to set up an automatic notification when a server, process, or connection isn’t there when it should be? Me too! And by using OMS Azure Log Analytics and Service Map, I solved my problem with the built-in features and a small bit of PowerShell. […]

AWS KC Videos: How do I restore data to an Aurora cluster from MySQL via S3?

Amazon Web Services
Peter, an AWS Cloud Support Engineer, shows you how to restore data to an Aurora cluster from MySQL via S3. Find more details in the AWS Knowledge Center: This video is from the fine folks at Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Microsoft: Missed Azure OpenDev? Watch the videos on-demand now!

On Wednesday, June 21, Microsoft hosted the first ever Azure OpenDev virtual event, and I was blown away by the community support and response! The event was only made possible with the amazing support of partners such as Canonical, Red Hat, Docker, Pivotal, and Chef. OpenDev brought to life what’s possible with open source in […]

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