Category Archives: Azure Virtual Machines

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My Build 2016 Watchlist

Build 2016 is coming up this week, so I thought I’d review the session list to bring you the list of the sessions I’ll be watching as they become available on MSDNs Channel 9 video site. I’ve picked sessions that are related to things I’m personally interested in, but I’m sure once you look at the full list you will probably find a few more sessions that you will want to take a look at. I’ve included some sessions that

Azure Team Guidance On Transitioning From ASM to ARM

Over the last few months since the Azure team have announced that the new portal is out of preview, and that the new portal and ARM should really be the focus for future Azure projects, it has led to many questions about migration paths, and why some services are still only in the old portal, such as Azure Active Directory and the backup and site recovery services. Venkat Gattamneni has just posted on the Azure virtual machine blog which covers


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