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There are a number of changes made recently in the process of creating a Microsoft Azure VM. This article presents a sample user experience of creating a VM from Microsoft Azure image gallery and with the quick create method, as of Aril of 2014, after...(read more ) ... (more)

Announcing Microsoft Early Experts Program

In an increasingly multi-hypervisor world, more and more IT organizations are using Microsoft Hyper-V and Microsoft Azure to achieve superior performance and workload flexibility at the best possible price. With nearly two-thirds of businesses on more...(read more ) ... (more)

System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 as Private Cloud Enabler

This is the first article of a 5-part series examining the key concepts and operations of a private cloud based on VMM 2012 including: Part 1. Private Cloud Concepts (This article) Part 2. Fabric, Oh, Fabric Part 3. Deployment with Service Template Part 4. Working with Service Templates Part 5. App Controller VMM, a member of Microsoft System Center suite, is an enterprise solution for managing physical, virtualized, private cloud, and public cloud resources. In addition to the system requirements and the new features and capabilities, there are specific concepts presented in this... (more)

Important Compliance Information of Microsoft Cloud Computing Solutions

This is a cross-posting from http://yungchou.wordpress.com . HIPPA     Microsoft’s Cloud Infrastructure Receives FISMA Approval http://aka.ms/FISMA    Windows Azure Compliance http://aka.ms/waCompliance Windows Azure HIPPA Implementation...(read more ) ... (more)

Windows Server 2012 Storage Space

Windows Server 2012 Storage Space is an abstraction to present specified storage capacity of a group of physical disks as if the capacity is from one logical entity called a storage pool. The process is to group selected physical disks into a container, the so-called storage pool, such that the total capacity collectively presented by those associated physical disks can appear and become manageable as a single and seemingly continuous space. Subsequently a storage administrator creates a virtual disk based on a storage pool, configure a storage layout which is essentially a RAID ... (more)