Windows Server 2019 Did Not RTM – And Why That Matters

October 4, 2018 // 2 Comments

I will start this article by saying there is a lot in Windows Server 2019 to like. There are good reasons to want to upgrade to it or deploy it – if I was still in the on-premises server business I would have been downloading the bits as soon as they were shared. As you probably know Microsoft [...]

Microsoft Ignite 2018–Functions Deep Dive

September 27, 2018 // 0 Comments

Functions v2.0 GA New functions quick starts by language Updated runtime built on .NET Core 2.1 .Net functions loading changes New extensibility model Run code form a package Tooling updates: CLI, Visual Studio and VS Code Durable functions GA Differences From v1.0 There is a long list online: [...]

Microsoft Ignite 2018–Azure Migrate

September 26, 2018 // 1 Comment

I arrived late for this session because I was in a meeting. They were doing a demo of Azure Migrate. Azure Migrate fo Discovery And Assessment Agentless discovery TCO calculation Right-size and suitability Azure Platform The are “announcing” support for Hyper-V – it’s still in limited [...]
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