Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 – Registration Open

Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 – Registration Open

Join Microsoft technology experts for One full day of deep dive sessions on Azure for Developers and IT Pro's delivered. Learn with like-minded peers and community experts to get started with complex topics like Media Streaming, Mobile Services, ALM, PowerShell and IoT Registration is now open - limited seat, reserve your seat today! Registration link - http://sgazurebootcamp.azurewebsites.net  ...
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Microsoft Azure IaaS – Learning Resources

Microsoft Azure IaaS – Learning Resources

Microsoft Azure offers IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) at a competitive price. In simpler terms Infrastructure as a Service means you rent a server hardware and you pay based on agreed terms. These servers are called Azure Virtual Machines and they come in varying sizes. Given Azure Virtual Machines are bare-bone machines, you can deploy a Windows Server, Linux, or third-party software images to Azure. You can select OS images from a gallery or bring your own customized images. Microsoft charge for Virtual Machines by the minute.  Virtual Machine Pricing Details can be obtained from Microsoft's office size at the URL below: http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/virtual-machines/ All virtual machines in Azure are configured with at least two disks when you create the virtual machine – one is an operating system disk and the other is a temporary local disk, sometimes called a resource disk. Temporary Local disk storage is provided with Virtual Machines and is not charged separately. The operating system disk is charged at the...
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2 simple things Microsoft can do to accelerate Windows 8 adoption in enterprise and consumer space

Thing 1:  Separate UI and Installation for touch vs. non touch devices This will make life simpler. I have been looking to upgrade all my corporate laptops and desktops on Windows 8 and the response from the pilot that I did with few users, was not that great. The tile based UI is a killer in terms of real enterprise productivity. For the IT Pro team, installing Windows 8 is superfast but setting up the user id through AD requires a round turn approach. The team is wasting time in setting a Microsoft Login Account than setting user and accounts from the control panel to give it the enterprise feeling.  Here are few simple tweaks that could help Microsoft win hearts of users from both enterprise and consumer world: 1.       Allow Users to install Windows 8 for non-touch devices same as Windows 7 95% of the enterprise users will be using desktops/laptops which are not touch friendly. It is not wise to expect...
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