Category Archives: IaaS

Building a Rational Microsoft Azure Network Architecture

In a previous blog post Is Azure Adoption “Too Easy? I discussed how it is very easy (perhaps too easy) to get into Azure without a well-thought-out network architecture and a good plan. We cannot fault Microsoft for making it … Continue reading

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The Nashvill 2018 Global Azure Bootcamp is History

On Saturday April 21st we held the Nashville Edition of the 2018 Global Azure Bootcamp. The event was held at Microsoft in Nashville and we had approximately 60 attendees. As you can see from the agenda (above) we had 17 … Continue reading

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Azure: What to use When?

On August 17, 2017 I presented on the topic of Azure: What to use When? To the Nashville Microsoft Azure Users Group. For those of you who know me you know that I founded this group four years ago with … Continue reading

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Azure at //Build 2016

The dust has barely settled on //Build 2016; one, of the two premier annual Microsoft conferences: //Build and Ignite!  For those of you who not aware of it these two conferences morphed from two earlier Microsoft conferences. //Build is the … Continue reading

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Disaster Recovery: Asking the wrong question?

In my role as an Azure specialist I get asked a lot of questions about Disaster Recovery. IMHO they almost always ask the wrong question. Usually it goes something like “I need Disaster Recovery protection for my data center. I … Continue reading

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Web and Worker Roles: What do I do now? Part 2

In my previous blog post in this series I made some recommendations for migrating Cloud Services (Web and Worker Roles) to alternative architectures now that Cloud Services are considered legacy and Microsoft will not be spending any further effort enhancing … Continue reading

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To Cloud or Not to Cloud Part 3–Beating the Showstoppers

At a recent meeting of the NYC/NJ Windows Azure Users Group I presented on the subject of Moving Applications to Windows Azure.  At the end of the presentation I had a slide that covered potential Showstoppers that might prevent moving … Continue reading

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To Cloud or Not To Cloud?

  That is the question. Right now a lot of companies are struggling with the decision as to how (or if) to take advantage of public Cloud technologies such as those provided by Windows Azure, Amazon Web Services and other … Continue reading

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Windows Azure 2.0 at the New York Code Camp

  A few months ago I did a blog post on delivering my Azure 2.0 talk at the Hartford Connecticut Code Camp. With Windows Azure things move fast (Internet time anyone? ) and I recently did another (updated) version for … Continue reading

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Introducing the New Windows Azure at the Hartford Code Camp

On Saturday June 23rd I presented an updated version of my Windows Azure 2.0 Platform Overview at the Hartford Code Camp.  Since there were quite a few major Windows Azure announcements on June 7th this was a major update of … Continue reading

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