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Alexander Todorov: Building cardboard robots

Adi with robots

My previous blog post was about
the Hello Ruby book, Coder Dojo and making computers out of paper – all cool
things for a 5 year old girl. This week I have discovered the
Build the Robot book

Suchakra: Analyzing KVM Hypercalls with eBPF Tracing

I still visit my research lab quite often. It’s always nice to be in the zone where boundaries of knowledge are being pushed further and excitement is in the air. I like this ritual as this is a place where …

Porfirio A. Páiz – porfiriopaiz: This was Fedora at

On Tuesday, March 14th, the Fedora Nicaragua
community and the staff, with the support
from Fundación UNO and the Fedora Project, we
had the opportunity to meet to see a series of lectures in which the speakers
shared their …

Jonathan Dieter: Odds and ends

Picture of the steles at Nahr el Kalb


Since I last posted, there have been a number of small updates, but nothing that seemed big enough to write about. So I figured it might be worth posting a short summary of what I’ve been up to over the …

Azure Information Protection Documentation Update for March 2017

Hi everybody

Our technical writer, Carol Bailey, is letting you know whats new and hot in the docs for March.

Reminders: Follow us on Twitter (@TheRMSGuy) and join in our peer community

ABRT team: ABRT catched problems reporting to Kubernetes

Monitoring of failures in Kubernetes nodes is now improved once more.

Part of the Kubernetes project, the node-problem-detector
which purpose is to report various problems occuring in Kubernetes nodes to the
upstream layers in cluster management stack is now able …

Ross Gammon: Resurrecting my old Drupal Site

As I have previously blogged, I recently managed to resurrect my old Drupal site that ran in the Amazon AWS cloud, and get it working again on a new host. I have just written up a summary of how I …

Announcing Azure Advisor, Monitor, and resource health general availability

We are excited to announce that Azure Advisor, Monitor, and resource health are generally available to you today, providing you with robust monitoring & alerting capabilities, and customized recommendations based on best practices. Your feedback during the preview release helped …

Announcing the general availability of Azure Monitor

Today we are excited to announce the general availability of Azure Monitor, Microsoft’s built-in platform monitoring service for Azure.

As you create your workloads in Azure the essential monitoring capabilities are available without any need for manual configuration or purchase …

Syscoin joins the Azure Ecosystem

I’m excited to announce that Syscoin and its parent company, Blockchain Foundry, have recently launched three blockchain products which are now LIVE on Azure.

Developers can now deploy:

  1. A full Syscoin node through Azure.
  2. Stand up and configure customized exchange rates

Fedora Community Blog: Fedora at SCaLE 15x (2017) Event Report – Pasadena, California

At a Glance: What is SCaLE?

The Fedora Ambassadors distributed DVDs and swag items during …

Fedora Magazine: Creating and using Nautilus templates

Have you ever noticed that by default there’s a Templates folder in your home directory? In some file managers, there’s an item in the right-click menu to “Create empty file” or “Create new file”.  However, Files (also known as Nautilus) …

[Script Of Mar. 31] How to obtain versions of Internet Information Server (IIS) by PowerShell


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The sample code demonstrates how to obtain versions of Internet Information Server (IIS) by PowerShell.

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Remi Collet: PHP version 7.0.18RC1 and 7.1.4RC1

Release Candidate versions are available in remi-test repository for Fedora and Enterprise Linux (RHEL / CentOS) to allow more people to test them. They are available as Software Collections, for a parallel installation, perfect solution for such tests (for …

Julita Inca Chiroque: Install Fest 2017 in Lima, Perú

Today we have celebrated another Install Fest at Lima, Perú. Our meeting was at UNI.

Thanks to the support of Fedora LATAM and the GNOME Foundation, we did share step by step the installation of Fedora 25 and GNOME 3.22; …

Porfirio A. Páiz – porfiriopaiz: Anaconda and LVM on LUKS

Previously I had updated my laptop from Fedora 22 to Fedora 23 when F22 had
more than 6 months since it reached its End of Life, it is also possible reuse
partitions created for F22 so that they can be …

Jason Brooks: getting stuff done with a local openshift origin instance

A few of the projects I work with use static websites based on middleman, which you can run locally to see how your edits, or those of others, will look on the live site when they’re merged.

Each of …

Nish Aravamudan: iSCSI initiator names in cloud-images

I recently worked on a fix for LP: #144499 in Ubuntu’s cloud images where every instance (VM or LXD container) using a given cloud image would end up sharing the iSCSI initiator name. The iSCSI initiator name is intended to …

Cockpit Project: Cockpit 136 and 137

Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly.
Here are the release notes from versions 136 and 137.

Reordered entries in the sidebar menu

As a followup to the new look, the entries in the sidebar menu …

Regular cadence for PowerShell Core Community Call

tl;dr: PowerShell Core Community Calls are on the third Thursday of every month at 9:30am Pacific Time (note, this is currently PDT). Use this .ics file to avoid missing one.

Hi everyone! After three successful PowerShell Core Community Calls,

Update 1703 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch – Available Now!

Hello everyone! We are happy to let you know that update 1703 for the Technical Preview Branch of System Center Configuration Manager has been released. Technical Preview Branch releases give you an opportunity to try out new Configuration Manager features …

Adam Williamson: Fedora 26 crypto policy Test Day today (2017-03-30)!

Sorry for the short notice, folks! Today is Fedora 26 crypto policy Test Day. This event is intended to test the Fedora 26 changes and updates to the ongoing crypto policy feature which intends to provide a centralized and … Gnome Wetter: Braucht das noch wer, oder kann das weg?

Gnome Wetter ist im Prinzip eine ganz nützliche App, die einem das Wetter an verschiedenen Orten anzeigen kann. Nur blöderweise ist sie durch die de-facto fest codierten Wetterstationen der glibweather wahrscheinlich für viele Menschen kaum zu gebrauchen, wenn es darum …

Five reasons to run SQL Server 2016 on Windows Server 2016, part 2

This is the second blog in a five-part series. Keep an eye out for upcoming posts and read the first post in the series,Five reasons to run SQL Server 2016 on Windows Server 2016, part 1.

Imagine youve …

Remote Desktop clients – March 2017 update

This post is authored by David Belanger, Senior Program Manager and Eva Seydl, Program Manger.

We, the Remote Desktop Services (RDS) Team, have a number of updates on the Remote Desktop apps for Windows, Android, iOS and Mac to …

Discover VMware Technology Network – Series 1

Discover VMTN is a blog series that will bring to light the features and functionality within the communities platform that are lesser known, but incredibly useful. This week we start with…

VMTN Global Forums by Language

VMware has offices in …

Ubuntu Insights: Snaps are now available for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS desktop and server

The snapd team recently announced a new release of snapd supporting Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty) for servers and desktop (i386, amd64). The snapd service is what makes possible the installation and management of applications packaged as snaps.

In a nutshell, …

Bryan Quigley: Juju’s localhost LXD now works with offline images

Some environments require no direct Internet access.   Previously to Juju 2.1.x it wasn’t possible to use Juju locally with LXD without the Internet.

Prereq: Setup Juju 2.1.x and LXD however you usually do in the environment

  1. Get an LXD importable

Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S10E04 – Sulky Meek Work – Ubuntu Podcast

We discuss the best open source operating system on the planet, the mighty Ubuntu MATE! One of us went to a Devin Townsend Project gig, is our GUI love and we discuss ways to upgrade from Ubuntu 12.04 to …

Azure Backup’s cloud-first approach and why it matters

Backup is all about how quickly you can be back up from a disaster or data loss situation. ​On this World Backup Day, this blog post is dedicated to explaining Azure Backup's cloud-first approach and how it helps …

Azure Network Security

In Azure, security is built in at every step—design, code development, monitoring, operations, threat intelligence, and response. We understand that the breadth and scale of the cloud demands a deep commitment to security technology and processes that few individual organizations …

What’s New in Office 365 for March 2017

March has been a huge month for Office 365 Groups. We kicked things off with a change to the email sending behavior for Groups, which immediately confused people who were used to seeing their own Group emails arrive in …

Sebastian Dröge: Writing GStreamer Elements in Rust (Part 4): Logging, COWs and Plugins

This is part 4, the older parts can be found here: part 1, part 2 and part 3

It’s been quite a while since the last update again, so I thought I should write about the biggest changes since …

Azure Web Application Firewall (WAF) Generally Available

Last September at Ignite we announced plans for better web application security by adding Web Application Firewall to our layer 7 Azure Application Gateway service. We are now announcing the General Availability of Web Application Firewall in all Azure public …

Peter Czanik: Your central log server in Docker

Containerization, and Docker in particular, changed the way we distribute and run applications. I used containers – FreeBSD jails – for nearly twenty years, but Docker brought us the ease of use necessary for wide adoption. Containers provide isolated environments,

Restoring Deleted Office 365 Groups

Microsoft is rolling out the long-awaited capability to restore a deleted Office 365 Group. When Groups are deleted they are now retained for 30 days by default in a “soft deleted” state, and administrators can restore the group within that …

[Script Of Mar. 30] How to convert Excel xlsx file to csv file in batch by PowerShell


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The sample code demonstrates how to convert Excel xlsx file to csv file in batch by PowerShell.

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The Debate Over Enabling New Office 365 Features by Default

The recently announced Office 365 feature that will automatically create Groups based on manager/reports relationships in Active Directory reignited the debate about new features being enabled by default. The discussion in the Microsoft Tech Community was robust, and outlined many …

Change Block Tracking needs to be reset if another backup product has protected a VMWare VM prior to DPM

In this scenario, the VMWare Host\VCenter server has successfully been connected in DPM. However, Replica creation, Consistency Checks, Recovery points fail with the noted error below (Some other similar errors but with same resolution).

DPMUI Error:

DPM encounterd error from

Suzanne Hillman (Outreachy): Portfolio feedback needed!

It’s not done, but it’s very close. Certainly close enough for feedback.

If anyone is interested or willing, please check out the Regional Hubs piece of my portfolio at

Thank you!

Charles-Antoine Couret: Votez pour les fonds d’écran supplémentaires de Fedora 26 !


Depuis Fedora 20, la livrée du système par défaut contient quelques fonds
d’écrans additionnels. Et comme d’habitude, les contributeurs pouvaient
soumettre leurs propres dessins ou photographies pour décorer cette nouvelle

Maintenant que la période de soumission s’est achevée, nous …

Merlin Mathesius: How to run package-level tests in the Fedora build environment

You may not have heard about it yet, but a new feature was recently added to the Fedora build environment (i.e., Koji and Taskotron) that allows package-level tests to be added to dist-git that will be run when a …

We’ve added 21 new 3rd party apps to the Azure AD App Gallery!

Howdy folks,

Many of you probably associate Azure AD with Office 365 & Microsoft Azure. That makes a lot of sense. Those are the cloud services our customers use the most with Azure AD.

But you might be …

Remi Collet: phpMyAdmin version 4.7

RPM of the new major version of phpMyAdmin are available in remi repository for Fedora and in remi-test for Enterprise Linux (RHEL, CentOS…).


Official web site :

Read: phpMyAdmin 4.7.0 Release Notes

I think this new version will be …

Red Hat Security: Changes coming to TLS: Part One

Transport layer Security version 1.3 (TLS 1.3) is the latest version of the SSL/TLS protocol which is currently under development by the IETF. It offers several security and performance improvements as compared to the previous versions. While there are

Ubuntu Insights: USB hotplug with LXD containers

LXD logo

USB devices in containers

It can be pretty useful to pass USB devices to a container. Be that some measurement equipment in a lab or maybe more commonly, an Android phone or some IoT device that you need to interact …

Ubuntu Insights: Making snap packages of photogrammetry software

This is a guest post by Alberto Mardegan, Software Engineer at Canonical. If you would like to contribute a guest post, please contact

Some time ago I got vaguely interested into photogrammetry, that is the reconstruction of a …

vSAN needs 3 fault domains

Advertise here with BSA

I have been having discussions with various customers about all sorts of highly available vSAN environments. Now that vSAN has been available for a couple of years customers are starting to become more and more comfortable …

Use BigDL on HDInsight Spark for Distributed Deep Learning

Deep learning is impacting everything from healthcare, transportation, manufacturing, and more. Companies are turning to deep learning to solve hard problems like image classification, speech recognition, object recognition, and machine translation. In this blog post, Intel’s BigDL team …

Ubuntu Insights: Carrier Cloudification: What every telecom executive needs to know

Carrier Cloudifcation eBook Cover

New imperatives, technologies, and the emergence of the public cloud are forcing telecom service providers to rethink and validate their fundamental business assumptions. The cloud has forced today’s telecom service providers to transform and perform at increasingly high speeds, counter …

Azure Analysis Services now available in Japan East and UK South

Last October we released the preview of Azure Analysis Services, which is built on the proven analytics engine in Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services. With Azure Analysis Services you can host semantic data models in the cloud. Users in your …

[Script Of Mar. 29] How to change Windows’ default download path by VBScript


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The sample code demonstrates how to change Windows’ default download path by VBScript.

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Daniel Pocock: Brexit: If it looks like racism, if it smells like racism and if it feels like racism, who else but a politician could argue it isn’t?

Since the EU referendum got under way in the UK, it has become almost an everyday occurence to turn on the TV and hear some politician explaining “I don’t mean to sound racist, but…” (example)

Of course, if

Fedora Magazine: Tether a digital camera using Entangle

Ever wanted to be able to control your digital camera or DSLR from Fedora? Entangle — an application to tether digital cameras — allows you to take a shot, tweak settings, and view the shot all from the comfort of …

How to Secure an ARM-based Windows Virtual Machine RDP access in Azure


Hi, Mark Rowe here, and I am the creator of Augmented Living, a Developer/Architect for Microsoft’s Modern Applications Solution Center as a senior consultant, and a long-time Microsoft fanboy and blogger.

One of the most hit aspects of security …

Easily Finding the Latest CoreOS AMI ID

It seems as if finding the right Amazon Machine Image (AMI) ID for the workload you’d like to deploy can sometimes be a bit of a challenge. Each combination of region and AMI produces a unique ID, so you have …

Debarshi Ray: GdMainBox — the new content-view widget in libgd

Now that I have written at length about the new fluid overview grids in GNOME Photos, it is time to talk a bit about the underlying widgets doing the heavy lifting. Hopefully some of my fellow GNOME developers will …

Managing ADMX Changes in Windows 10

This blog post was written by Mark Empson, who is a Premier Field Engineer based in the UK.


Back in 2013, I started to uncover some challenges around upgrading ADMX/L files in the policy definitions folder (be it Local or …

Sent Items behavior control comes to Exchange Online user mailboxes

It has been a while since we blogged about the ability to control the behavior of Sent Items for shared mailboxes when users either send as or on behalf of shared mailboxes. Today, we are glad to share with you …

Bodhi: 2.5.0

Bodhi 2.5.0 is a feature and bugfix release.


  • #1313 – The web interface now uses the Fedora Bootstrap theme. The layout of the update page has also been revamped to display the information about an update in a clearer

World Backup Day is as good as any to back up your data

back-upIn today’s security landscape, there are more threats to data than ever before. Beyond corruption caused by hardware or human failure, malware and cyberattacks can put data in serious danger.  That’s why it’s imperative for enterprises, small-and-medium businesses, and individuals …

Costales: New uNav for Ubuntu Phone

After a few improvements in uNav I’m so proud of the current version, specially with the last useful feature.

But an image will explain it better. You’ll choose your transport mode and the orange line is the public transport …

Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.1 now in Microsoft Update Catalog

The Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.1 is now available in the Microsoft Update catalog for Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, and Windows 8.1. These updates are listed in the catalog as KB3191564 and KB3191565.  Those who use …

Up your SaaS application game with help from Microsoft App Accelerate

Frustrated with ever-changing customer expectations? Yesterdays investments losing steam as the market turns to the next shiny thing? How do you scale across cloud and mobile, stay on top of data and security, and ultimately sell successfully in a rapidly …

Fedora Community Blog: Fedora 26 Supplementary Wallpapers: Vote now!

At the end of January, the submission phase for Fedora 26 Supplementary Wallpapers opened. Now, the submission phase is closed and the voting phase is now open. If you have a FAS account and meet the CLA+1 group requirement, …

New Cloud Discovery capabilities in Cloud App Security

This post is authored by Niv Goldenberg, Senior Program Manager, Cloud App Security.

How to maintain user privacy

We frequently get a key privacy question from you: how can we discover Shadow IT and monitor usage of cloud …

Brandon Holtsclaw: Get Real Followers On Instagram

Social media has great impact on search engine optimization and marketing of your business website. According to reliable 2012 Social Media Marketing Industry Report, nearly 85 percent of business enterprises accepted that social media marketing has played an important role …

Brandon Holtsclaw: The Best Instagram Photos

Digital photography sites like Instagram can be a great mean of leveraging the appeal of your site if the photos included in it are really excellent. However simply installing the pictures within the internet site is not nearly enough, instead …

mythcat: Valkyrie – one year.

Valkyrie marks its first birthday today.
Let’s see this video about the voice of this game Katee Sackhoff 

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EVE: Valkyrie is a multiplayer dogfighting shooter game

TIBCO DataSynapse launches its Cloud Adapter for autoscaling in Azure

Since our launch of the TIBCO DataSynapse GridServer Engine image in the Azure Marketplace back in August, we have continued to pursue feature updates that improve the integration and experience of scheduling jobs and tasks into Azure. With the increased …

mythcat: The journalctl command.

This is a good linux command for Linux maintenance.
First step is to read the documentation:

[root@localhost mythcat]# man journalctl

journalctl - Query the systemd journal

journalctl [OPTIONS...] [MATCHES...]

journalctl may be used to

How Azure Security Center helps reveal a Cyberattack

The Azure Security Center (ASC) analysts team reviews and investigates ASC alerts to gain insight into security incidents affecting Microsoft Azure customers, helping improve Azure Security alerts and detections. ASC helps customers keep pace with rapidly evolving threats by using …

Ubuntu Insights: Battlestar Solution

This is a guest post by Peter Kirwan, technology journalist. If you would like to contribute a post, please contact

Forecasts suggest that by 2020, 20bn to 30bn IoT devices will be connected to networks worldwide. Almost certainly, the …

Alan Pope: Snapcraft Docs Day

Announcing Snapcraft Docs Day

Snap is a simple archive format for big things.

Snapcraft is a delightful tool for automatically building and publishing software for any Linux system or device. Our documentation and tutorials are great for getting started with

Up your SaaS application game

Frustrated with ever-changing customer expectations? Yesterday’s investments losing steam as the market turns to the next shiny thing? How do you scale across cloud and mobile, stay on top of data and security, and ultimately sell successfully in a rapidly …

Ubuntu Insights: Machine Learning with Snaps

Late last year Amazon introduce a new EC2 image customized for Machine Learning (ML) workloads. To make things easier for data scientists and researchers, Amazon worked on including a selection of ML libraries into these images so they wouldn’t have …

One-click disaster recovery of applications using Azure Site Recovery

Disaster recovery is not only about replicating your virtual machines but also about end to end application recovery that is tested multiple times, error free, and stress free when disaster strikes, which are the Azure Site Recovery promises. If you …

Fedora Community Blog: Fedora Activity Day, Bangalore 2017

The Fedora Activity Day (FAD) is a regional event (either one-day or multi-day) that allows Fedora contributors to gather together in order to work on specific tasks related to the Fedora Project.

FAD in Bangalore

On February 25th 2017, a …

Sebastian Kügler: Parrotfish

I’ve been trying macro photography and using the depth of field to make the subject of my photos stand out more from the background. This photo of a parrotfish shows promising results beyond “blurry fish butt” quality. I’ll definitely use …

Restricting OneDrive Sync to Domain Joined PCs

For some organizations there is a concern when deploying OneDrive for Business that users will access corporate data from their personal computers. If the personal computers are not well secured, such as having encrypted drives and good antivirus software, or …

The Fridge: Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 503

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is issue #503 for the weeks March 13 – 26, 2017, and the full version is available here.

In this issue we cover:

Josh Bressers: Remember kids, if you’re going to disclose, disclose responsibly!

If you pay any attention to the security universe, you’re aware that Tavis Ormandy is basically on fire right now with his security research. He found the Cloudflare data leak issue a few weeks back, and is currently going to …

Open Source Security Podcast: Episode 39 – Flash on your dishwasher

Josh and Kurt discuss certificates, OpenSSL, dishwashers, Flash, and laptop travel bans.

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Show Notes

Canceling the OVS Cookbook Project

In my list of proposed 2017 projects, I mentioned that I wanted to launch an open source book project. In late February, I launched The Open vSwitch Cookbook, an unofficial—as in not formally affiliated with the Open vSwitch …

A Dynamite and Dynamic Community Warrior

*With the below announcement, nominations are now open for winner #4!*

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I am happy to announce the newest recipient of the Community Warrior badge is Ariel Sanchez Mora. Congratulations Ariel! Ariel is truly an embodiment of what he refers to …

To RDMA, or not to RDMA – that is the question

Hello, Claus here again. By now, you have probably seen some of my blogs and demos on Storage Spaces Direct performance. One of Storage Spaces Direct’s advantages is RDMA networking support that lowers latency and reduces CPU consumption. I often …

Happy Birthday EMS:  How A Great Idea, Brilliant Architecture, and Customer Obsession Took Over EMM in 3 Short Years

Today marks the three-year anniversary of two big moments in Enterprise Mobility: On this date in 2014 we announced Microsoft Office on the iPad and the Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS).

This announcement was made at the very first …

Stéphane Graber: USB hotplug with LXD containers

LXD logo

USB devices in containers

It can be pretty useful to pass USB devices to a container. Be that some measurement equipment in a lab or maybe more commonly, an Android phone or some IoT device that you need to interact …

Coming Soon: Transport Advancements in the Windows 10 Creators update

Windows 10 Creators update is coming soon along with an exciting array of new transport features.  Stay tuned for the official announcement!…

Ubuntu Insights: Job Concurrency in Kubernetes: LXD & CPU pinning to the rescue

A few days ago, someone shared with me a project to run video transcoding jobs in Kubernetes.

During her tests, made on a default Kubernetes installation on bare metal servers with 40 cores & 512GB RAM, she allocated 5 full …

Ubuntu Insights: Bare Metal Server Provisioning is Evolving the HPC Market

Globe Picture Andrius Aleksandravičius

In the early days of High Performance Computing (HPC), ‘Big Data’ was just called ‘Data’ and organizations spent millions of dollars to buy mainframes or large data processing/warehousing systems just to gain incremental improvements in the manipulation of information. Today, …

Kushal Das: Building IoT enabled power-strip with MicroPython and NodeMCU

This was on my TODO list for a long time. But, never managed to time to start
working on it, I was also kind of scared of doing the AC wiring without adult
supervision :).

Items used

  • Power-strip
  • USB power

New EMS + Skycure integration helps ensure devices are risk free before accessing corporate resources

Today were thrilled to announce the general availability of our integration with Skycure, a leader in the mobile threat defense space. The integration between Skycure and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security gives organizations more confidence that devices are risk-free …

Detecting and mitigating elevation-of-privilege exploit for CVE-2017-0005

On March 14, 2017, Microsoft released security bulletin MS17-013 to address CVE-2017-0005, a vulnerability in the Windows Win32k component that could potentially allow elevation of privileges. A report from a trusted partner identified a zero-day exploit for this vulnerability. The …

Ubuntu Insights: Video tutorial: learn how to install MAAS

This short video offers step-by-step instructions on how to install MAAS (Metal as a Service) to your machine. Before you start you’ll need:

  • One small server for MAAS and at least one server which can be managed with a BMC.

Adding offerings and UK Region: Azure rolls deep with PCI DSS v3.2

Azure rolls deep with PCI DSS v3.2

Check out our AoC

Go here to download Azure’s Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) v3.2  Attestation of Compliance (AoC)! When it comes to enabling customers who want or need to operate in a cloud environment …

Azure Data Factory’s Data Movement is now available in the UK

Data Movement is a feature of Azure Data Factory that enables cloud-based data integration, which orchestrates and automates the movement and transformation of data. You can now create data integration solutions using Azure Data Factory that can ingest data from …

Stephan Adig: SREs Needed (Berlin Area)

SREs Needed (Berlin Area)

We are looking for skilled people for SRE / DevOPS work.

So without further ado, here is the job offering 🙂

SRE / DevOps

Do you want to be part of an engineering team that focus on building solutions that …

Azure Relay Hybrid Connections is generally available

The Azure Relay service was one of the first core Azure services. Today’s announcement shows that it has grown up nicely with the times. For those familiar with the WCF Relay feature of Azure Relay rest assured it will continue …

Monty Montgomery: I wonder if vid posts forward through properly….

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