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One year of support remaining for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

One year of support remaining for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

Last year we blogged about the end of support date for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager. This post is a reminder that there is only 1 year remaining until System Center 2012 Configuration Manager is no longer supported. Microsoft System ... continue reading
Azure Arc for Developers

Azure Arc for Developers

Azure Arc and the Azure control plane enables developers to build hybrid and mutlicloud architectures for their applications. Taking advantage of the Azure control plane to manage infrastructure and allows to deploy Azure services anywhere. This allows customers to build ... continue reading
Learn about Azure VMware Solution migrations

Learn about Azure VMware Solution migrations

In the early 2000s, before the arrival of Hyper-V, I learned how to run multiple servers on one piece of hardware using VMware Workstation. This gave our small organisation a level of local redundancy, running two internal clustered Lotus Domino ... continue reading

Looking to the future for R in Azure SQL and SQL Server

Data science, machine learning, and analytics have re-defined how we look at the world. The R community plays a vital role in that transformation and the R language continues to be the de-facto choice for statistical computing, data analysis, and ... continue reading
Azure Arc extends Azure services across on-premises, multicloud and edge environments

Bring cloud experiences to data workloads anywhere with Azure SQL enabled by Azure Arc

From edge to cloud, companies are eager to find innovative solutions that meet them where they are. Today’s business environment is increasingly complex, and customers tell us they need solutions that are multi-cloud, platform-agnostic, and offer integrated apps and services ... continue reading
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TLS and SQL Server Reporting Services: An Interesting Interaction

Our guest blogger, Lex Thomas, writes about ASCENT cases that are escalated and require networking expertise, usually with tracing. He joins us today to hopefully save everyone some troubleshooting time. Edited with added context by Jarred Mooney, Customer Engineer. Today ... continue reading
How to move your resources across regions and into Availability Zones using Azure Resource Mover

How to move your resources across regions and into Availability Zones using Azure Resource Mover

Azure always provides customers choice to select the region that best suits their needs. With the new service Azure Resource Mover, customers now have a platform level capability that allows them to move to new regions across the globe and ... continue reading
How to create a DataKeeper Replicated Volume that has Multiple Targets via CLI

How to create a DataKeeper Replicated Volume that has Multiple Targets via CLI

I often help people automate the configuration of their infrastructure so they can build 3-node clusters that span Availability Zones and Regions. The CLI for creating a DataKeeper Job and associated mirrors that contain more than one target can be ... continue reading

How to extend your existing SQL Server Failover Cluster Instance to the Cloud for Disaster Recovery

I get asked this question all the time, so I figured it was time to write a blog post, record a video and write some code to automate the process so that it completes in under a minute. First, some ... continue reading

Microsoft SQL Server Linux-based container images to be available only from the Microsoft Container Registry

Traditionally, SQL Server Linux container images could be downloaded from Microsoft Container Registry (mcr.microsoft.com) and mssql-server-linux. However, as you might be aware, we stopped updating the old repo, Microsoft/mssql-server-linux, a couple of years ago, as part of our move to ... continue reading