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I was interviewed by Erik Blum over at itsmDaily.com about my history in IT and my job as an IT teacher. Read it here.

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Hot on the heels of my review of Operations Manager comes my look at Configuration Manager 2012 R2. I cover installation improvements, client management with the new VPN and Certificate Profiles along with the enhancements for iOS, RT and Android devices. Read it here.

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Here it is – all in one place – what’s new in Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 R2. Read my article here.

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A short piece that I wrote on this year’s TechEd on the Gold Coast is now live on 4sysops, you can read it here.

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My three part article on what’s new in Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 R2 is now online at 4sysops, part 3 covers VM storage options and enhancements, along with the new Shared VHDX support. Read it here.

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My three part article on what’s new in Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 R2 is now online at 4sysops, part 2 covers Live Migration enhancements, better support for Linux VMs and Hyper-V improvements. Read it here.

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My three part article on what’s new in Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 R2 is now online at 4sysops, part 1 covers the new Generation 2 VM type, enhanced VM interaction and automatic activation of VMs running on an activated Datacenter edition of Windows Server 2012 R2. Read it here.

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The last part of my article series is now finally available at virtualizationreview.com. This is the part where I compare Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 (NOT R2) with vSphere 5.1 and the accompanying management tools. Read it here and I’m looking forward to your comments.

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It’s not often that I point to other people’s blog posts but this one is great – I’ll make sure to point all my diploma students to this one, as it covers the concepts behind High Availability in IT systems in an excellent way. It then goes on to give examples in the Microsoft stack of products. Warmly recommended – read it here.

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