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
Discover how to (remotely and securely) manage your on-premises Hyper- V hosts, including Nano Server, from Azure’s (remote) server management tools on Windows 7, Macs, and even non-Windows tablets.
Aidan Finn explains how Microsoft changed the process for upgrading the Hyper-V integration components in a Windows guest OS virtual machine.
As you begin to implement your organization’s 2017 tech strategy, here are the top five most interesting things that are going on in the world of Hybrid Cloud with Microsoft Azure that you should consider.
Check out the new file types, their functions, and locations, which you’ll find in a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V VM.
Deploy an Azure JSON template from the Azure Portal using the (still in preview) Templates feature.
Find out why the recent changes to the licensing of Windows 10 Enterprise through the Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) program is a big deal.
Find out how to use the Azure portal to save JSON templates from an existing resource group.
Find out how to deploy a JSON template in Azure using PowerShell and a parameters JSON file.
Learn how to deploy multiple resources in a fairly simple example of an Azure Resource Manager JSON file.
Learn how to build a simple JSON file using the Azure Portal, and customize it using the free version of Visual Studio, VS Code.
Find out how to use VS Code to edit, review, and save JSON files to deploy resources in Azure.
Aidan explains your options for replacing Azure RemoteApp, which Microsoft plans to terminate in August 2017.