Category: 4Sysops


My latest post in looking at Azure technologies is now online at 4Sysops. This time I look at B2C, a service that helps app developers authenticate users without having to build it themselves. Read it here.

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Catching up on some published articles over the last few weeks, here’s my latest post at 4Sysops on Azure Container Service (ACS). Read it here.

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Rounding off my overview of System Center 2016 here I look at Service Manager for 4Sysops. Read it here.

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In part 2 of my look at System Center 2016 TP 4 Operations Manager for 4sysops, I cover scheduled maintenance improvements, storage spaces and Nano server support. Read it here.

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In early April my two part look at what’s coming in System Center Operations Manager (OM) 2016 was published at 4Sysops. In part 1, I look at Apache and MySQL monitoring and other open source improvements in OM.

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In March I then started looking at the different parts of the System Center 2016 for 4Sysops.

Virtual Machine Manager and Configuration Manager have already been covered, this time I look at Data Protection Manager (DPM). The 2016 version will bring protection for shielded VMs, mixed mode Hyper-V clusters, Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) and Resilient Change Tracking. Read it here

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I finished the look at OMS for 4Sysops with a look at Solutions which extend the functionality of OMS, the powerful log search capabilites and the mobile OMS app. Find part 2 here.

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I’ve been falling behind in keeping my blog up to date with articles that have been published. Back in February I looked at OMS which is a very capable cloud based systems management service. Find the first part here at 4Sysops.

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And here’s another article in the series on Azure – this time covering the new Security Center. A single place to track the security posture of all (not yet but coming) your Azure resources. Read it here.

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Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is a very important part of how to deploy and manage cloud resources in Azure going forward. I covered ARM here. Recently, Microsoft added ARM policies, a way to control where (which region), what type (VM, WebApp, Databases etc.), enforcing naming conventions and requiring deployments to have specific tags attached for tracking. It’s pretty cool, check it out here.

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