Tag Archives: azure

Thank you, IT/Dev Connections 2017!

After submitting my information quite some time ago, last week I received a confirmation that three of my sessions were accepted for delivery during IT/Dev Connections 2017 in San Fransisco. The convention is a premier Developer, DevOps and IT professionals conference. At IT/Dev Connections you can benefit from in-depth technical training delivered by in-the-trenches expert […]

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The magic behind Server Management Tools in Azure

Last week I tweeted about patching my Windows Server 2016 servers by using the Server Management Tools functionality. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t hold a grudge against Group Policys and WSUS or the new update functionality in OMS, but when there’s something new in Azure, most of the time I want to try it out… […]

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In case you missed it: RemoteApp is being retired…

Earlier this year Microsoft announced their plan to retire Azure RemoteApp. Based on customer feedback and market dynamics, Microsoft  changed its’ strategy to focus more on the cloud platform that underpins finished desktop and application virtualization services. Currently in development, Xenapp Express is promised to be the “fastest and easiest way to deliver apps in the cloud”. New trials and purchases of Azure RemoteApp […]

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