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Azure

My day job involves talking to customers about moving their existing on-premises environment to Azure and one of the first things people want to understand is how cost effective the move will be. There are a number of ways that this data can be gathered, I'm a big fan of using Azure Migrate and...

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Podcasts

Earlier this year I reached out to the community via Twitter saying I'd love to be be a guest on podcasts and some folk reached out and some of the interviews I'd done are now live and available to listen to.

TechStringy

Techstringy

Back in February I sat down with Paul Stringfellow, who the Technica...

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Azure DevOps

As you may know I moved my blog away from WordPress in August 2018 and have been running Grav on Azure since. My source code is stored in Azure DevOps and my Azure Web App has just been pulling the code into the Web App whenever I do a new commit. However, as my blog has grown with more conten...

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Intelligent Cloud Conference

I recently received the confirmation email that I will be speaking at the Intelligent Cloud Conference Copenhagen, Denmark. This is the second international conference that I've been accepted at this year, but it will be the first I speak to due to scheduling.

This is a three day event, with...

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MVP Online Days

MVPDays Online Logo

In December I received confirmation that my session submission to MVPDays Online had been excepted. So I duly recorded my session and send it across to the team to pull together for the actual event. Pre-recording a session was a new experience for me, to be honest it was ac...

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Blogging

If you are active on Twitter or LinkedIn you'll have seen a flurry of posts from people around the world posting that they have passed an exam/earned a new badge from Acclaim. And it's great to see, but if your not one of them and pondering why you should take an exam or what exam you should take...

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Blogging

You often hear services within Azure labelled as Private Preview, or Public Preview or General Availability (GA). But what do these labels actually mean and especially in relation to support or pricing.

Private Preview

Private Previews are generally the first release of a product and custome...

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Lab Automation

In my day job I often take customers through demos of our products, we have some pre-canned demos available to use as well as some demo environments but there are some gaps and we have to built our own or find other methods of showing off the products. Three products I talk about often are Azure...

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Passed AZ-102

As I'm sure you are aware Microsoft have changed their certification paths for Azure, the main announcements came at MS Ignite in September 2018. A lot of the exams they announced have been in beta and over the Christmas holiday most of the exams were made live. A lot of changes and even a new e...

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When I started looking for an Azure Meetup/User Group back in 2017 I struggled all I managed to find was the UK Azure User Group which was in London, which wasn't ideal as I'm based just outside Glasgow! Since then there has been an explosion of user groups formed, in England and Northern Irela...

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