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Azure Stack: Coming to a data center near you

Most IT organizations are already sold on the value of public cloud. It offers greater IT agility than traditional on-premise data centers and provides a foundation for innovation throughout the business. 790 more words


Using Azure Cosmos DocumentDB with ASP.NET WebApi Angular 4 CRUD application

In my previous post C# Unit Testing with Moq, I extended my previous Angular 4 CRUD application developed in ASP.NET Web API and Entity Framework to include Unit Tests using a mocking framework MoQ. 2,573 more words

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Getting Sitecore VM to IaaS

Before letting you go on to the contents of the blog post, I’ve had this one in my draft for quite a while but figured I should finish it. 1,050 more words


What Is The Best Way to Tier Within The Cloud?

The major public cloud storage providers now all offer multiple tiers of storage. Like in the data center each successive tier becomes less expensive per GB. 790 more words


Connecting to Azure SQL Database Primary Endpoint - Failover Groups

When you have setup a Failover Group in Azure for your SQL Databases connecting to the R/W (Read / Write) endpoint via SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio) is pretty simple, if you remember one little thing, which will be the discussion point for this blog post. 203 more words


Azure - First look into Cloudlyn (Azure's Cost management service)

This is a continuation of my first blog on Cloudlyn. Below is the link to my first blog. It guides you to register for Cloudlyn if you have an Azure subscription. 371 more words


Azure Information Protection Scanner

Note: I’ve included a large-scale version for some of the pictures. Just click on the caption. 

On Wednesday October 18th Microsoft introduced the public preview of the Azure Information Protection scanner. 1,297 more words

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