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The Enterprise Cloud Bell Curve — vcdx133.com

This set of questions comes up a lot in conversations with my customers, “What should my Enterprise Cloud look like? Should I stick with Private Cloud, should I go Hybrid Cloud or put everything into the Public Cloud? Which Public Cloud provider is the best?” It is a confusing time for enterprises developing their cloud […]

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Top 5 Tips for Sales Engineers & Seeking Wisdom — Virtually Sober

I’ve recently been listening to a fantastic podcast called “Seeking Wisdom” by David Cancel and Dave Gerhardt from the movement that is Drift, after being introduced to it by my wife. I feel like I’m kind of giving away my secret weapon in even mentioning them, let alone sharing the contents of this post, but…

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General, Microsoft

Project “Honolulu” technical preview is now available for download!

On of the major and interesting announcement Microsoft had done in Microsoft Ignite is new shiny web-based management interface called “Project Honululu”, leaving behind the legacy of Server Manager, Powershell, SCVMM, SCOM, and obviously RSAT.

The technical preview is available to download and try at TechNet blog here at below links with some interesting videos.

The download is just 30MB and can be installed on WIndows 10 and manage Windows Server 1709, Windows 2016 and Windows 2012/2012R2. For Windwos 2012/2012R2 WMF 5 is required.

It can be installed in three scenarios, local install to manage local server for Windows 2016 and Server 1709 only. Gateway install to manage multiple servers, gateway can only be Windows 2016 and Server 1709 only and manage Windows Server 1709, Windows 2016 and Windows 2012/2012R2, or Windows 10 client to manage Windows Server 1709, Windwos 2016 and Windows 2012/2012R2 servers.

To learn more about project Honululu do visit here

 

 

 

 

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Will Killing Net Neutrality End the Public Cloud? — The IT Hollow

In today’s world, if you can get an Internet connection, you can go anywhere and connect to any service that is publicly available. No restrictions are imposed and you can use the entire amount of bandwidth you purchased from your Internet service provider. This is the world under Net Neutrality. To illustrate this point further…

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