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Mingling workloads, SharePoint, and Clouds with an industrial mindset

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  • Blog Post: Windows ODX test (Offloaded Data Transfers)

    Hello, One of my NAS provider recent updates enabled some advanced features for the LUNs I wanted to test, before upgrading my entire Private Cloud fabric to Windows Server 2012 R2 and System Center 2012 R2. I am talking about the ODX feature my NAS LUNs are now capable of. As storage is the current...
  • Blog Post: To provide SharePoint services with System Center

    Hello, During this spring I had the opportunity to talk and dig on what can be done with System Center 2012 (RTM, SP1 and soon R2) to offer SharePoint based services to users and organizations. As I spent time linking complex workloads with System Center, I used experience and discussions to create...
  • Blog Post: Building a home server rack

    Hello, Few months ago, I started a project I wanted to build for years: getting my hands dirty designing and building the necessary equipment to push IT automation and Industrial Engineering cross feedings. So I started to build a rack of servers in the basement. My constraints were: Cheap...
  • Blog Post: From Datacenters to Digital plants - Updated

    Hi, As you may have read in some of my previous posts, I spent the first 7 months of 2010 contributing to the SharePoint Online standard 2010 infrastructure. This infrastructure will provide SharePoint 2010 based services to tens of millions of people worldwide. In fact, it makes SharePoint fly in...
  • Blog Post: Opalis 6.3 to orchestrate SharePoint 2010

    Hi, Opalis 6.3 is the new kid on the block. This version was just released last Friday and it really rocks ( http://blogs.technet.com/b/systemcenter/archive/2010/11/19/announcing-the-rtm-of-opalis-6-3.aspx ) You may wonder: "Why talking about System Center Opalis in my SharePoint blog?" ...
  • Blog Post: How I became the “Grid guy”

    Hi, In one of my last posts, I quickly explained I worked in the SharePoint Engineering team for few months. The experience was amazing, though pretty challenging. I found out a lot of things on a lot of topics, but I loved meeting smart, dedicated and great people. Some people wonder what I...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Online Services “map”

    Hello, While in the Building 16, I worked on the mix of SharePoint with Cloud/Online services. Some may be interested understanding our branding options, as Microsoft is in. The best place to understand Microsoft Cloud story is this site: http://www.microsoft.com/cloud . But, here’s what I understood...
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