With more than 300 members it was time to extend the Azure community user group to meetup.com. Join us now!
I’m excited to announce that our Azure community Let’s talk Azure now is on Meetup.com. With more than 300 members in our Xing.com user group it was time to have a unified platform to plan and schedule events, workshops and meetings. Continue reading “Let’s talk Azure on Meetup.com”
Monitoring for AD DS is now in preview! Get an overview over the service and learn how to implement the solution in your environment.
Monitoring for AD DS via Azure AD Connect Health is now in public preview so it’s time for me to show you how easy it is to use and what it’s good for.
Continue reading “Watch your AD DS replication health with Azure AD Connect Health”
Update 11/18/216: There is a living FAQ from Microsoft Certification Program-Team on their Born To Learn blog.
I just sat outside GWCC to get my mind free after a Microsoft Ignite morning full of networking, hands-on labs and expertise exchange as an email from Microsoft Certification Program team reached me. As of now I’m recognized as a Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert: Productivity (Charter) and Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure (Charter). But what’s the deal with that?
Continue reading “New MCSE certifications available”
Accidental deletion of Azure RM resources might be one of the biggest issues you might face in your career as Azure administrator. With that blog post I want to explain how to avoid losing your Azure resources after running a “Whipe All” PowerShell script against your productive cloud environment. Continue reading “How to protect Azure resources from accidental deletion”
I’m excited to be the one who may announce the launch of a new Azure community in Southwest Germany! Continue reading “[Let’s talk Azure] – a new Azure community was born”
Some blog posts ago I’ve promised to explain the easiness of sharing files using Azure storage. Today’s the day!
Continue reading “How to use Azure storage for sharing files”
I just realized the fact that in Azure PowerShell module 1.4.0. support for Azure German national cloud was added. Continue reading “Azure German national cloud supported as Azure environment in PowerShell”