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Set up Azure Shell locally – part 2

Hello Folks, In my last post I discussed how you can run the managed image that the Azure Cloud Shell is based on locally. It allows you to leverage the Azure Shell managed environment without being subject to the limitations ... continue reading
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Setup Azure Shell locally of on a local network – part 2

Hello Folks, In my last post I discussed how you can run the managed image that the Azure Cloud Shell is based on locally. It allows you to leverage the Azure Shell managed environment without being subject to the limitations ... continue reading
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How to setup and run Azure Cloud Shell locally

Hello folks, Lately I’ve been building and tearing down complete environments in Azure to test and record demos. To do that I’ve been using a combination of PowerShell scripts, ARM templates and AzureCLI scripts in the Azure Cloud Shell. Some ... continue reading
Creating a traditional Windows Server Failover Cluster in Azure

Creating a traditional Windows Server Failover Cluster in Azure

Hello Folks, As we announced last month (Announcing the general availability of Azure shared disks and new Azure Disk Storage enhancements) Azure shared disks are now generally available. Shared disks, is the only shared block storage in the cloud that ... continue reading
Traditional Failover Clustering in Azure

Traditional Failover Clustering in Azure

Hello folks, Last month I presented a session during the “Windows Server webinar miniseries - Month of Cloud Essentials”. The session was on how to create highly available apps with Azure VMs. Following the session I was asked about setting ... continue reading
One Ops Question: What's the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework?

One Ops Question: What's the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework?

In this episode of One Ops Question, Sarah answers the question "What's the Microsoft Adoption Framework?" The Microsoft Adoption Framework is a set of guidelines and advice that has been pulled from multiple sources, such as Microsoft employees, partners and ... continue reading
One Ops Question:  What are the common Azure Stack Hub use cases

One Ops Question: What are the common Azure Stack Hub use cases

Azure Stack Hub is an extension of Azure that provides a way to run apps in an on-premises environment and deliver Azure services in your datacenter. In this episode of One Ops Question Thomas Maurer talks about the different use ... continue reading
One Ops Question: How can I simplify management of my Windows Servers on-prem and Azure?

One Ops Question: How can I simplify management of my Windows Servers on-prem and Azure?

Today Sarah answers a questions that is on every on-prem IT person. When you have systems in all kinds of different location and platform how do you keep track of them all without going nuts? how do you tame the ... continue reading

How do I start improving my security posture in the cloud?

A question we as Cloud Advocates get all the time, in person and online is: "how to I start improving my company's security posture in the cloud?" Dean Bryen (@deanbryen) gives you his answer. Check it out! Cheers! Pierre Roman ... continue reading
One Ops Question: Should I use Azure Resource Manager Templates or Terraform?

One Ops Question: Should I use Azure Resource Manager Templates or Terraform?

We are back answering your question about operation in a cloudhybrid environment. This week, Zachary Deptawa answers a question we've been getting a lot lately. "Should I use Azure Resource Manager Templates or something like Terraform for my environment?" Here's ... continue reading