in behalf of Altaro, I would like to a free Webinar with three top of the edge speaker around Microsoft Software Defined Datacenter.
The transition to adopting cloud services is unique for every organization. What does yours look like?
Join Microsoft MVPs Andy Syrewicze (Technical Evangelist – Altaro), Didier Van Hoye (Infrastructure Architect – FGIA), and Thomas Maurer (Cloud Architect – itnetX) for a crash course on the possibilities of cloud technologies coming out of Microsoft including:
Windows Server 2019 and the Software-Defined Datacenter
New Management Experiences for Infrastructure with Windows Admin Center
Hosting an Enterprise Grade Cloud in your datacenter with Azure Stack
Taking your first steps into the public cloud with Azure IaaS
After watching the experts discuss the details, you’ll see that the cloud doesn’t have to be an all or nothing discussion. This webinar will prepare you for your journey by revealing the available options and how to make the most out of them!
this week I got a mail from Carsten Rachfahl the inventor and host of the Cloud & Datacenter Conference Germany. The CDC is one of the biggest IT Conferences in Germany and Carsten offered me a Speaker slot at his conference 🙂
I’m so proud that I match Carsten’s high quality standards and will be able to share some knowledge about Microsoft Azure. The topic I’m speaking about isn’t completely clear yet but I think it will be Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute and Azure Networking. 🙂
This week Program Manager Sharath Suryanaarayan published a Guide on YouTube about how to configure it. If you are interest in that product, you shouldn’t miss his videos.
Video #01: StorSimple Virtual Array Getting Started
last weekend my friend Udo Walberer and I had some struggles when setting up a guest cluster with shared VHDx as cluster volumes. We weren’t able to get it work.
We were able to connect the VHDx and to configure it as cluster volume but after a reboot the VMs weren’t starting and we get following failure:
So after some research wie figured out that the storage which he was using had no support for Microsoft Clustering and Virtualisation as well as Persistent Reservation. After we tested on a supported storage all was fine.
So please before you try to use shared VHDx, check if you storage is supported for some options.
The two screenshots below show you two synology storages, first one without those support and second with support.