In this blog post let’s looks at creating a Storage Spaces Direct Hyper Converged solution using three virtual machines. For production deployment, it is recommended to use physical servers instead of virtual machines. I will be using Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5 version which was just released few days back for this blog post.
Microsoft has released Technical Preview 5 for Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016. This release is the last release before moving in to General Availability later this year. Microsoft made number of improvements within this Technical Preview 5 for both Windows Server & System Center products. To find out more on what’s improved /
A common question that gets raised around new Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview is around Why we should deploy Nano Server and what’s the benefit. In this blog post I will discuss few benefits when using Nano Server deployment Method. Starting with Windows Server 2012, we had 3 deployment options Server Core Deployment Option MinShell
In my previous post, I provided an Introduction to Azure Server Management Tools. In this blog post we will look at installing & configuration Server Management Tools. First Step involved in setting up Server Management Tools is for us to create a Server Management Tools Connection. Once a connection has been created, we can go
Microsoft recently released Azure Server Management Tools preview for web-based management tools for Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview running on-premises as well as in Azure. Currently, Server Management Tools offer the following capabilities: View and change system configuration View performance across various resources and manage processes and services Manage devices attached to the server View
Today morning Microsoft announced general availability for Azure Preview Portal (portal.azure.com). Logging in to the old portal(Manage.windowsazure.com), we can now see a new banner that allows you to click and re-direct to the new Azure Portal. https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-azure-portal-general-availability/
In this blog post we will look at how to deploy a Nano Server instance using Windows Server Technical Preview 4. First of all there are two ways of deploying Nano Sever. First method is for deploying Nano Server on a VM and the Second method is for deploying Nano Server on a Physical machine.
Microsoft released Technical Preview 4 for Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016 on 19th November. Note that the Technical Preview is not a supported production release and should not be used in a production environment. Please find below some of the new / enhanced capabilities on Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview Nano Server (DNS Server /
Quick post to summerize some of the new Azure Announcements at AzureCON 2015 event. – 3 New Azure Datacentres Announced (3 in India), with this Microsoft has more datacentre than Google and AWS combined (24 Regions around the world) – New N-Series VMs which has GPU Capabilities – for graphics-intensive workloads – New next generation
Wire Data Analysis capability was made available to Operations Management Suite (OMS) recently, and i had a quick look at it today. This solution provides network traffic analysis using existing OMS Agent for Windows 2012 R2 servers, Windows 8.1 clients and newer operating systems. To enable this functionality, all we need to do is to