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The Evolution of RDMA in Windows: now extended to Hyper-V Guests

The Evolution of RDMA in Windows: now extended to Hyper-V Guests

This post written by Don Stanwyck, Senior Program Manager, Windows Core Networking Remote DMA (RDMA) is an incredible technology that allows networked hosts to exchange information with virtually no CPU overhead and with extremely little latency in the end–system. Microsoft ... continue reading
Automatic Dependency Mapping with Service Map and Live Maps

Automatic Dependency Mapping with Service Map and Live Maps

The following is a special guest blog from Savision Modern enterprise IT infrastructures are becoming increasingly difficult to manage as the deployment of new services and applications continues to grow. Applications tend to rely on many other services and applications ... continue reading
Azure File Sync (AFS)

Step by Step Azure File Sync – on-premises file servers to #Azure Files Storage Sync Service #AFS #Cloud #MSIgnite

Finally Azure File Sync is there in public preview, for the last months I had the pleasure to work with the Azure File Sync team and tested the product and thought about some great ideas where Azure File Sync (AFS) ... continue reading

Securing Privileged Access for the AD Admin – Part 2

Hello everyone, my name is still David Loder, and I’m still PFE out of Detroit, Michigan. Hopefully you’ve read Securing Privileged Access for the AD Admin – Part 1. If not, go ahead. We’ll wait for you. Now that you’ve ... continue reading
SDN Troubleshooting: UDP Communication failures and changing the Network Controller Certificate

SDN Troubleshooting: UDP Communication failures and changing the Network Controller Certificate

With this blog post, I wanted to highlight a couple of issues that we have encountered recently with Software Defined Networking (SDN) customer deployments in Windows Server 2016. Issue #1: UDP communication isn’t working when outbound NAT is configured Customer ... continue reading
Microsoft’s perspective on cyber resilience

Microsoft’s perspective on cyber resilience

This post is authored by Ann Johnson, Vice President, Enterprise Cybersecurity Group. In the wake of recent ransomware outbreaks, I wanted to understand how impacted firms have evolved their thinking on cyber resilience planning and implementation. I asked the Detection ... continue reading
Azure Recovery Services Vault Management – performing a vault swap

Azure Recovery Services Vault Management – performing a vault swap

In this blog post I will address some of the questions we’re receiving from customers regarding Azure Backup and Recovery Services vaults. We will focus on one of the most common Azure Backup / Recovery Services Vault management scenarios, which ... continue reading
Configure Storage Spaces Direct on a Virtual Lab - Step by Step

Configure Storage Spaces Direct on a Virtual Lab – Step by Step

How to configure a Storage Spaces Direct cluster and a hyper-converged Hyper-V on a virtual lab with four storage VMs.continue reading
Migrating Datacenter to Azure – Part 1

Migrating Datacenter to Azure – Part 1

Background Quite  a while back a Managed Service Provider partner (hereafter referred to as “the MSP”) approached Microsoft regarding migrating one of their datacenter facilities to Azure. The MSP is an experienced managed service provider providing Dynamics ERP, ISV solutions ... continue reading
Migrating Datacenter to Azure - Part 1

Migrating Datacenter to Azure – Part 1

Background Quite a while back a Managed Service Provider partner (hereafter referred to as "the MSP") approached Microsoft regarding migrating one of their datacenter facilities to Azure. The MSP is an experienced managed service provider providing Dynamics ERP, ISV solutions ... continue reading