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Who are you, where are you, and what do you do? What are your specialty technologies?
Hello I’m Digvijay Singh. Microsoft cloud technology consultant with 9+years of experience. I am from India and living in Gothenburg, Sweden with my wife Soniya Rajawat and 3 year old son Samrat Singh. My involvement is all-around Microsoft cloud computing technology and automation mainly focusing on Azure public cloud and system center private cloud. I'm actively involved in communities like blog post and Microsoft TechNet forum. I also run my own blog website http://incloudmaster.blogspot.se/.
What are your big projects right now?
Currently I am handling European customer’s focusing on planning, designing and implementation of Azure public cloud and MS private cloud and helping them for their journey towards to the MS cloud.
I’m a bit lazy on writing/posting blogs and articles so my new year resolution is to complete 75+ articles and other contributions at MS TechNet/Wiki forum.
What is TechNet Wiki for? Who is it for?
As part of IT world we always have to be in-line with new things/technologies . For me TechNet Wiki is a common place where people like us can share their own experience/thoughts while playing with new technologies or troubleshooting any issue, so the people setting on other part of the world can leverage and take the benefits of it.
In what other sites and communities do you contribute your technical knowledge?
I write articles on my own website http://incloudmaster.blogspot.se/
What are your favorite Wiki articles you’ve contributed?
My contributions at Wiki articles are
What are the top Wiki articles or areas that need more attention and development?
According to my current requirement I think we need to focus on below areas.
Azure Public cloud and System Center Private Cloud Showback/Chargeback.
Azure Pack management through PowerShell.
Moving SMA/SPF and WAP to distributed environment and best practice.
SCVMM Guest VM(Linux) template and best practice for production.
On what Wiki articles do you spend most of your time?
I spend most of my time with Azure cloud technology and offerings available in public and private cloud. I am big fan of Microsoft virtual academy and TechNet Wiki because it gives me confidence to adopt new technologies.
Thank you to Digvijay for joining the community!
Remember to Wiki while you Work!
- Ninja Ed