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CheckPoint on Azure – Webinars

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COVID-19 has changed the way training and workshops are conducted. Virtual workshops are the new normal in the learning industry now. Typically, hands-on labs for Check Point certification and other courses have been provided using physical appliances and devices shared by a group of students or even entire batch. With virtual workshops, not having physical access to that hardware can…

All about Azure Automanage

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Here is the recording of my talk at AzConf (https://azconf.dev) about Azure Automanage. In this session, I talked about How Azure Automanage can simplify the virtual machines operations management for you in Azure.

Red Hat JBOSS EAP on Azure – QuickStarts

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It was a pleasure working with #Microsoft and #RedHat to accelerate JBOSS EAP deployments on Azure with JBOSS Quickstarts and various other options. The documentation is now live, check out how you can move your jboss eap workloads to Azure easily. Quickstart includes various deployment options including VMS, Clustered VMs and VM Scale sets. Deploy enterprise Java applications to Azure with JBoss EAP on…

Azure Community Conference 2020

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AzConf 2020 is here and I’m super excited for one of the top Azure community conference in India. Azure Community Conference will be a 3 day multi-track virtual conference between 24-26 November 2020. The conference is aimed at Cloud and Web Developers working with open source and cloud native technologies on the Microsoft Stack. I’ve more than one reason to…

Configure to receive Office 365 Group emails in the inbox for all users.

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If you recently converted your Distribution lists in Office 365 to Office 365 Groups, you might be wondering why exactly emails sent to the email address of the group isn’t coming to your inbox. Well, emails sent to the groups by default go in the group folder in the below location. Outlook > Groups > Select your group This is…

Recover a Microsoft DPM 2019 Backup Infrastructure

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Hardware fails, all the time. We tend to take hardware for granted unless something really bad happens. One of my customers recently had a storage failure in the data center, taking down all their production servers. All their backup infrastructure was configured using Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager storing the backup data in remote storage (Which wasn’t affected by…

Podcasts from Microsoft Ignite 2019

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I had an amazing time earlier this month attending Microsoft Ignite in Orlando, Florida. It was a power-packed week with a lot of learning and networking. I’m still trying to catch with all the announcements that came during the week. On the 8th of November, the last day of Ignite I participated in doing podcasts with Dave Rendon., Here are…

Conducting effective virtual workshops!

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With everything going around the world due to the COVID-19 crisis, conducting workshops isn’t the same anymore. I’ve had many in-person workshops scheduled around the Late March and April period which ended up getting rescheduled or were converted to virtual ones. In this post, I’ll talk about some of the best practices to follow when conducting a virtual workshop. While…

CloudLabs Architecture & Infrastructure Deployments Automation: Technical Deep Dive

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CloudLabs is a hands-on lab platform used to plan, provision, and manage the lifecycle of lab environments for various scenarios including technical trainings, workshops, industry conferences, POCs, demos, etc.  CloudLabs is used by technology companies and instructors around the globe at a scale where we provision thousand of lab environments every month. In this article, we’ll take a dive into…

Build 2020 Recap- Webinar

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It’s been less than a month since the first-ever virtual Microsoft Build conference concluded. Tons of exciting announcements, new features, and much more. In this webinar, I sat down with Azure community members from Bangalore and discussed about all the great things announced at Build 2020. I focussed on developer technologies primarily. Here is the recording of the webinar, Check…