Tag Archives: Microsoft Azure

Containers on Azure – Part 1

In the last decade, hardware virtualization has drastically changed the IT landscape. One of many consequences of this trend is the emergence of cloud computing. However, a more recent virtualization…

Azure Cloud Shell Everywhere

WOW! Microsoft did it again! If you didn’t saw the announcements at the Microsoft Build 2017 Conference, you should! They announce a lot of new things, but regarding Azure one…

Top 5 of the Week: Week of May 8th

Folks, Here are the top 5 IT news for this week. Quick guide to Windows 10 training and certification for IT pros https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/windowsitpro/2017/05/08/quick-guide-to-windows-10-training-and-certification-for-it-pros/ Microsoft Build keynote https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mo6kRl430h4 Announcing PowerShell for…

Creating a Virtual Network in Microsoft Azure IaaS

A key element when deploying the infrastructure in Microsoft Azure is to define the Virtual Network. The administrator must be extra cautious because the definition of the Virtual Network will…

How to install Azure Storage Explorer on macOS

Microsoft Azure is a multi-platform solution, and for the IT Pro we can chose which platform we want to use to manage the servicem including macOS, Linux and Windows. Today,…

Techgenix Article: Manage on-premises servers using Azure Server Management Tool

Hello folks, Last week, I published an article explaining the process to configure SMT (Server Management Tool) which in Preview on Microsoft Azure. A second article is coming up and…

Installing Server Management tools

In this tutorial, we are going over the process to install the required software in a Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2012 R2 to support SMT (Server Management Tools)…

Azure Free Trial expired. How to continue using the services ?

The Azure free trial expiration is common for administrator that are starting with Microsoft Azure. In this Tutorial, we are going over the simple steps to convert a free trial…

How to move your workloads to Azure

When integrating your on-premises environment with Azure, you might want to use the lift-and-shift approach to migrate some of your existing workloads. There are several ways to do it. You…

How to implement Azure Site Recovery

On the previous posts, I did an overview of the Azure Site Recovery service (see here) and talk about the way that I design a disaster recovery solution with ASR…