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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 17/17

Azure Another step away from the “classic portal”, now RMS related technologies are accessible in the new portal. Azure Information Protection Administration post. The service is currently in preview. I missed this one, but finally Citrix XenApp Essentials and XenDesktop Essentials have been released (end of March). For the first time you can legally run […]


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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 16/17

Azure AAD Connect version 1.1.486.0 released( Now even entry level VMs support at least 2 NICs. Information on specific numbers for different sizes can be found for Windows and Linux Azure batch got a ton of new features. Worth a read if you’re using Batch Jobs they updated everything from authentication to VM pools creation […]


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#Azure Managed disks finally GA

You can read the official announce Announcing general availability of Managed Disks and larger Scale Sets I had the opportunity to test them during the devlopment process and I must say they are a giant leap forward in terms of storage manageability. Managed disks are a first-class “disk” object for VMs. They are fully managed, […]


#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates w6-17

Azure Top news of the week is the release of managed disks, I’m going to write a specific post on them. In the meantime: Announcing general availability of Managed Disks and larger Scale Sets Networking continues to improve, now we can have multiple IP addresses per NIC (up to 250) and we can load balance […]

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#Azure notable updates week40-42

New features are coming in at warp speed, let’s perform a quick recap of the most important of them (as usual from my subjective perpsective): General availability: Temporal tables in Azure SQL Database AzureAD Domain Services is now GA!( Support for secure LDAP: You can access your managed domain using LDAPS (secure LDAP), including over […]

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