Author Archives: VirtuallyAware

2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference – Session Highlight #4

Another session by Marcos and Dave that you shouldn’t miss.  Focusing on Best Practices for virtualizing and managing Sharepoint 2013, it will also bring overall best practices for virtualizing with Hyper-V and using System Center 2012 R2.  These guys have … Continue reading

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2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference – Session Highlight #3

The System Center stack has come a long way and has even more great improvements coming down the pipe in 2016.  Pete has been doing working with the System Center suite for a long time and knows his stuff about … Continue reading

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2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference – Session Highlight #2

Another great session given by two very active and energetic MVPs.  This is more likely to be more like a comedy session.  With any technology there are issues you will run into, adjustments that can be made to increase performance … Continue reading

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2015 Microsoft Virtual MVP Conference–Session Highlight #1

  The MVP Virtual Conference is coming on May 14th and May 15th.  Over 5000 people have already registered for the event with content driven by Microsoft MVPs in three main tracks, IT Pro, Developer, and Consumer.  For the next … Continue reading

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2015 Microsoft MVP Virtual Conference

The MVP Virtual Conference is set to kick off for a two day event starting May 14th and 15th.  All content is delivered by MVPs passionate in their areas of expertise.  You do not have to be an MVP to … Continue reading

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Architecting Hyper-V for EPIC Systems Session– March 25th Washington D.C.

There is still time to signup for the March 25th FREE workshop at the Microsoft office in Chevy Chase, MD (Just outside D.C).  There have been a lot great news coming out of Epic Systems regarding running Epic workloads on … Continue reading

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Recent Article: Keeping Your Tech Skills Current!

The SearchServerVirtualization.com Advisory Board was asked to give our views on what we do to stay current.  This is a question that I get asked quite often.  Here are my go to resources as well as resources others on the … Continue reading

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Architecting Hyper-V for EPIC Systems Session– March 25th Washington D.C.

  UPDATE: The weather didn’t cooperate with our training in on February 18th in D.C.   Luckily it has been rescheduled for March 25th in the same location at the Chevy Chase, MD Microsoft MTC.  Hoping we can get even a bigger … Continue reading

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Hyper-V Now on EPIC Systems Target Platform List!

Its been a long time coming and lots of folks at EPIC Systems and Microsoft have put effort into thoroughly testing EPIC Hyperspace and Web and Services Servers on Hyper-V 2012 R2.  Finally it has passed all the tests and … Continue reading

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Recent Article: Old OS Past It’s Born On Date = Bad AfterTaste

This month’s Advisory Board article focused on whether there is still an appropriate use case for continuing to use old, unsupported, software.  Naturally the topic of the Windows Server 2003 End of Support date (7/14/2015) approaching was hot on everyone’s … Continue reading

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