Aidan Finn writes about Microsoft virtualization for the Petri IT Knowledgebase. He is a Microsoft Valuable Professional with the Virtual Machine (Hyper-V) expertise. Aidan has been working in IT infrastructure since 1996, and is the Technical Sales Lead for MicroWarehouse Ltd., a Microsoft value added distributor in Ireland. He runs the aidanfinn.com blog and has written or co-written books such as Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Installation And Configuration Guide, Microsoft Private Cloud Computing, and Mastering Hyper-V Deployment.
Aidan Finn's Recent Posts
Aidan Finn explains why using FTP isn’t the best way to get your code into an Azure web app and how you can integrate your code management solution into Azure web apps for direct delivery without using FTP.
Learn about the new features and changes to Hyper-V in the recent 1709 semi-annual channel release of Windows Server.
Aidan Finn discusses Microsoft’s launch of a new version of the F-Series virtual machines aimed at providing Xeon performance for application servers in Azure.
Aidan Finn shows you how you can upload your web content to an Azure web app using FTP.
Aidan Finn shares what he thinks about the recent reaction by VMware to Microsoft’s news that they would be enabling customers to run VMware in Azure data centers.
Aidan Finn explains the role of web app deployment slots in Azure and how to use them.
Aidan Finn shows you how to create a new web app using Azure App Services, the PaaS alternative to running web services on virtual machines.
Microsoft and Cray have announced a partnership that will bring physical Cray supercomputers to the Azure cloud.
In this post, I’ll discuss one of the hottest subjects that my customers want to learn more about; Microsoft 365.
Aidan Finn discusses what Azure Containers can do and how they can be used and managed in Azure.
Aidan Finn explains how Azure’s Logic Apps service can be used to orchestrate activities in the platform-as-a-service side of Azure.
Aidan Finn discusses Service Fabric, a microservices deployment compute-based system in Azure.
Aidan Finn discusses Microsoft’s development of a deeply re-factored version of the Windows Server Remote Desktop Services infrastructure, which leverages the power of Windows Server, Azure PaaS, and Azure AD.