Hi everyone, After years of blogging on various platforms, I am now experiencing LinkedIn articles. I recently came back from Microsoft Ignite The Tour Berlin where I participated as a Microsoft Azure Containers Expert. This was a great experience and I received great feedback from the attendees who asked a lot of questions about Azure … More Back from Microsoft Ignite | The Tour – Berlin
In my previous post, I showed you how I created an Azure Container Service cluster orchestrated by Kubernetes. In the background this created multiple VMs and therefore you might end up paying more compute time than needed by your containers. If you need to spin up a single container and don’t want/need the full cluster, … More Azure Container Groups
Hello, My previous article was just the premise of this one. I decided that I needed to give a new look to my previous demo of minecraft server running on nano server. Last year I already gave it a slight boost by running it inside a docker container. So naturally this time, I decided to … More Minecraft Server in Azure Container Service
Hello, Recently I was thinking about the next thing I wanted to learn, so I started by thinking about the last things I learned outside of my regular day to day job: Nano Server on physical servers. Nano Server with Docker Containers on Windows. Azure AD And then it struck me, the next thing I … More kubernetes dashboard and Azure Container Services
In my previous post, I described how I managed to populate the MDT Monitoring data using PowerShell and a fully automated MDT Deployment share. Now, to access the data, you can do that using the powershell module or using the following URL http://MDTSERVER:9801/MDTMonitorData/. You will notice that there are 3 collections: Computer, ComputerIdentities and NextIDs. the one … More MDT Monitoring Dashboard using PowerBI, Part 2/2
Hello, Lately I’ve spent more time working on producing project management dashboards than deploying Windows or other Server products. Obviously I started doing that using Excel and Access but soon switched to PowerBI and its flexibility made me want to combine it with my all time favorite product: Microsoft Deployment Toolkit.
Hi Everyone, After having skipped 2015, the NY Techstravaganza team decided to revive the event and we gave it a new name: IT Pro Con NYC. As usual, we had different tracks: Powershell – organized by the Powershell User Group SharePoint – organized by the Sharepoint User Group Exchange – organized by the Exchange User … More [IT Pro Con NYC 2016] Minecraft Server 1.9 running on Nano Server 2016 TP4