Google Cloud has joined the VMware on public cloud fray. With Microsoft joining in too that means the big three have all lent VMware a new lease of life. Interestingly … Continue reading VMware on Google
Further information and images found here: https://cloud.vmware.com/community/2017/08/28/vmware-cloud-aws-now-available/ History Lesson Public Cloud I’ve been working in public cloud now for years. I’ve followed as it grew from its humble beginnings, to … Continue reading VMware on AWS, Game Changer?
Introduction Everyone uses jump boxes. A server / service on your network that serves as a gateway for gaining remote desktop access (SSH and/or RDP) to your servers for administration. … Continue reading Jump Boxes of the Future, Now – Azure Bastion
Want to get into Machine Learning and AI but don’t know where to start. An online AWS Conference on the subject on 17th October would be a good place! With … Continue reading Learning ML and AI
Used to selling private cloud, rack space or data centre services and are transitioning to public cloud? This guide will aid you in that transition.
Caveat: All opinions and predictions are my own! If you are… A storage admin / architect A network admin / architect A Server admin / architect A systems administrator and… … Continue reading I’m in IT, How do I stay Relevant in a Cloud World – A Guide for Doers and Decision Makers
I’ve blogged already on what SQL PaaS services are available on Azure. Microsoft are investing heavily in this area with both new SQL PaaS services, and migration options. Why? A … Continue reading SQL Migrations to Azure, Where Do I Start? Part 1
It works on my computer! We’ve all been there. We’ve installed, configured, or developed something that works perfectly on “my computer” or “my dev environment”, but under release testing it … Continue reading How Do Containers Make Things Easier for Application Development?
What are VM Scale Sets VM scale sets are a group of identical virtual machines deployed as a scaled set. Scale sets, along with other benefits, support load balancing, auto … Continue reading Azure Low Priority VMs on Virtual Machine Scale Sets
I am a Consultant in IT and that is..? If you ask an IT consultant what their job involves, 9 times out of 10 they will say designing and building … Continue reading Azure Microservices and PaaS as Infrastructure – That’s a DevOps Thing, Isn’t It?
Cloud is fantastic, but it’s not infinite as I discovered this week with Amazon Web Services..! Like a lot of admins I run automated scripts for many things from patching, … Continue reading AWS Running out of Capacity in an Availability Zone Near You!
For the first time in a long while I had to log a Service Request ticket today for Lync in Office 365. My experience in the past of support via … Continue reading A note on Office 365 Service Requests