Posts Tagged #SYSCTR

Cookdown brings new life to SCOM

Last week at Experts Live US someone told us he still believes SCOM is not dead. And in truth given the huge install base it is not dead indeed. It just needs some more developing efforts to close the gaps with an ever changing IT world, and where Microsoft is not able to reach the […]

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#Azure notable updates weeks 12-13/19

This is going to be a pretty crowded post due to the MVP summit break last week, so I will try to summarize news by product or technology. As usual, I want to open with what I think is the most disruptive news of the week. Windows Virtual Desktop now in public preview. Windows Virtual […]

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#Azure notable updates week 11/19

Azure blue prints, after last week launch of samples, the first one focusing on ISO 27001 compliance, now enrich the management capabilities with a preview of the powershell module. Version 0.1 is mostly focused on creating and managing blueprint assignments. With managed disks support on Data Box, you can now move your on-premises virtual hard […]

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#Azure notable updates week 10/19

In case you missed it now Azure Monitor (Log Analytics workspaces) supports RBAC access control based on resources. Basically you can see ingested data based on your rights on specific resources, or if you want you0re allowed to query data only for resources you ave access to. You can chose the access mode on a […]

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#Azure notable updates weeks 35,36,37/18

Back from some vacation, here are my highlights for the last 3 week in Azure world, fortunately Ignite is building up so on much news in the last 3 weeks. I think the big news is the transition of Visual Studio OnLine also known as Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to Azure DevOps. It is […]

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