The changing world of Services

And the last post in this series … Services!  We’ve previously taken a look at the new way we work, the new devices we are using to blend our home and work lives and the new applications that take advantage of these new ways of working.  In the previous post we dove headfirst into how…

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The changing world of users

OK, post number 4 in this series … Users!  We’ve previously taken a look at the new way we work, the new devices we are using to blend our home and work lives and the new applications that take advantage of these new ways of working.  In this post I’ll take a look at the…

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The changing world of applications

OK, post number 3 in this series … Applications!  We’ve previously taken a look at the new way we work and the new devices we are using to blend our home and work lives.  In this post I’ll take a look at the applications themselves and how they This is a 5 part series. The…

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The changing world of devices

Following on from the opening post in this series where I covered the changing world of working and how a changing workforce, new devices and better network connectivity is rapidly changing not only our personal lives but also the way we want (and do) work, in this post I’ll take a look at devices, and…

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The changing world of working

The way we work, the way we access information and the devices we use to do this are changing.  And fast.  As recently as a few years ago, a large portion of the technology using workforce (i.e. anyone that used a computer of some sort to get their job done) were chained to a desk…

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The Phoenix post

And rise from the ashes I shall! I’m going to resurrect this blog and start posting about stuff again.  Given I’m now in the Dynamics team, I suspect you’ll see more about the world of business applications, but fear not, one thing I’ve learnt is that this technology set brings all the other parts together,…

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Some more detail on Application Management sessions at MMS

So we’re only a couple of days from heading down to MMS to set up all the hardware for the keynotes (and believe me, this year we have more hardware backstage than ever before ) and ensure that MMS 2012 is an outstanding success. I wanted to provide an update to the Application Management session…

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Applications Track sessions at MMS 2012!

Hi everyone Well, MMS is nearly upon us again for 2012!  We have been working hard behind the scenes to get the event ready. This year we have aligned the content into 5 tracks for Windows Server and System Center: (track owners respectively) Application Management (Adam Hall) Service Delivery & Automation (Sean Christensen) Fabric &…

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Application deployment models in a Private Cloud

Hi everyone We have previously looked at how we enable application self-service, a standardized approach to deploying applications, and how we monitor applications across private and public clouds.  And today we are going to explore the various application deployment models that are available when you have a private cloud. Understanding the underlying infrastructure templates In…

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Application Performance Monitoring with Operations Manager 2012

As posted yesterday on the Server Cloud blog, we have released the Release Candidate of Operations Manager 2012. This is a significant milestone release, and in this article we will explore how Operations Manager 2012 Release Candidate delivers application performance monitoring. For those of you who have downloaded and tested the Operations Manager Beta, there…

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