Azure NetApp Files – Enterprise file storage, powered by NetApp

General I have consciously chosen this title. Azure NetApp Files (ANF) is becoming increasingly important and therefore I wolud like to go into a little more detail with this article. ANF is an enterprise-class, high-performance and metered file storange service. Today, 80% of enterprise data is stored in files – and even so-called native cloud … Weiterlesen Azure NetApp Files – Enterprise file storage, powered by NetApp

Azure deployments with Powershell and Jupyter Notebook – Step-by-Step experience

General I love performing deployments in Azure via Powershell. This saves time and simplifies your daily work in the operation of customers. Above all, it is an asset for IT service providers. This makes it possible to automate recurring tasks. So far I have always worked with the Powershell Console. Since Build 2020 I also … Weiterlesen Azure deployments with Powershell and Jupyter Notebook – Step-by-Step experience

Use the Azure DevOps Demo Generator for your own task planning – creation of a template – #AzureStackHub

General In this post I would like to go into more detail about the Azure DevOps Demo (Project) Generator, because in my current activities as an Operator in an Azure Stack Hub project I am dealing with recurring tasks from the operation. That’s why I created my to do’s in Azure DevOps with stories and … Weiterlesen Use the Azure DevOps Demo Generator for your own task planning – creation of a template – #AzureStackHub

My Azure Stack Hub update journey to Version 2002 – success

I am currently on an Azure Stack Hub appliance update journey. I would like to share this project with you. It all started with an Azure Stack Hub 4-Node Appliance (Integrated System), which I technically took over at the customer. The goal was to update the system to the current patch status in the “shortest” … Weiterlesen My Azure Stack Hub update journey to Version 2002 – success

Microsoft Azure Stack Development Kit – new Region Name in parallel operation with several ASDKs

In various customer discussions, it emerged that a single Azure Stack Development Kit (ASDK) did not correspond to the desired test scenarios. Especially since new ASDK versions should be deployed at regular intervals due to updates (monthly). This customer scenario is exclusively an ASDK system, which is located in the customer’s internal network. However, there … Weiterlesen Microsoft Azure Stack Development Kit – new Region Name in parallel operation with several ASDKs

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