Category Archives: Microsoft Azure

Windows Virtual Desktop and Windows as a Service

Many years ago, I argued with a friend of mine in Redmond that eventually even the Windows client operating system would be virtualized, just like Windows Server. He swore that would never happen. Since then the windows client OS has … Continue reading

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The Path to Successful Azure Adoption

Last month I posted an article: An Azure Migration Assessment Methodology that give guidance on how to perform a Migration Assessment project as part of a move to Azure. Back in 2017 I blogged about a company’s Azure Maturity Level. … Continue reading

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Azure: What to use When! [Online Meeting] UPDATED

As many of you may know I founded and run the Nashville Microsoft Azure Users Group. This group has grown quite a bit in the last year. We now have over 1,500 members! As a result, we have quite a … Continue reading

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An Azure Migration Assessment Methodology

Introduction As many of you may know I have been involved with Azure from its very beginning. As a Microsoft Architect Evangelist, and later as a Consultant, I have helped many Microsoft customers and partners adopt Azure successfully. Some of … Continue reading

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Nashville Global Azure 2020

The April 25th, 2020 Global Azure event in Nashville has been cancelled! Global Azure events all over the world have been cancelled due to the Covid-19 virus. (See https://globalazure.net/Blog/Post/190/Global-Azure-and-COVID-19) Because of this we will not be holding our April 25th … Continue reading

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Azure Governance: The Key to Azure Success

A while back I did a blog post titled: “Is Azure Adoption Too Easy”. That title raised a few eyebrows. Let me be perfectly clear; I have been working with Azure since before it was called Azure. I discovered it … Continue reading

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The Nashville edition of the 2019 Global Azure Bootcamp was a great success!

We had a great 2019 Global Azure Bootcamp event in Nashville on Saturday April 27th Approximately 80 Azure enthusiasts attended the event. Next year we will probably have to move to bigger space since we could not accommodate everyone who … Continue reading

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The Nashville edition of the 2019 Global Azure Bootcamp

As many of you may recall we have been holding our edition of this annual day-long worldwide event here in Nashville for the past few years. (See https://cloudyinnashville.com/2018/04/ and https://global.azurebootcamp.net/) This year it will be held on Saturday April 27th. … Continue reading

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An Azure Migration Assessment Methodology

Introduction As many of you may know I have been involved with Azure from its very beginning. As a Microsoft Architect Evangelist, and later as a Consultant, I have helped many Microsoft customers and partners adopt Azure successfully. Some of … Continue reading

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Azure Active Directory Deep Dive

We had another outstanding meeting Thursday night. with a good turnout.  Although over 70 registered for the meeting only about 20 actually made it to the meeting in person. Please be diligent in changing your status from “Your Going” to … Continue reading

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