Enabling Management of Open Source Software in System Center Using Standards

This post is a part of the nine-part “What’s New in Windows Server & System Center 2012 R2” series that is featured on Brad Anderson’s In the Cloud blog.  Today’s blog post covers standards-based management of open source software with System Center and how it applies to Brad’s larger topic of “Transforming the Datacenter.”  To…

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Event: Don’t forget the free UK Windows Azure Camp for the IT Pro, 27th Sept.

  This camp is aimed at the IT Pro. On it you will build and deploy an entire SharePoint infrastructure with a dual-machine server-farm, Active Directory Domain Controller and SQL Server. On the road to that infrastructure you will create a dual-server, load-balanced IIS website, a WIndows Azure Virtual Network in to which you will…

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Guest Post: Supercharging private cloud efficiencies by Andy Hawkins

by Andy Hawkins, Product Manager at 1E Organizations are continuing to face challenges in the data center. It’s true that virtualization has succeeded in addressing power and space concerns, but at most, it has only reduced spend marginally. Indeed, many companies are finding it hard to recognize ROI as sprawl is generating new VMs all…

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Windows Azure Virtual Machines in Cartoon Format

Steve Plank our resident Windows Azure guru has been getting creative and has just released this video showing the new elements of Virtual Machine Manager included in the June update for Windows Azure. Via: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/plankytronixx You can find out even more about using Windows Azure virtual machines and the IaaS architecture in this “Introduction to…

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