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
Learn all about the new networking improvements in Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5.
Aidan Finn provides advice on choosing a Microsoft Azure billing plan, including pros and cons for enterprise agreements, direct billing, Azure is Open, cloud solution providers, along with a list of freebies to get your hands on.
Learn how you can upgrade software in a Microsoft Azure RemoteApp app collection in a managed way by replacing the collection’s base image.
Aidan Finn provides step-by-step instructions for deploying a DMZ in Microsoft Azure using Azure virtual networks.
Microsoft’s free Azure Backup Server (MABS) is a free on-premises backup server that will protect Microsoft workloads, such as Hyper-V, SQL Server, SharePoint, and more, by performing disk-to-disk-to-cloud backup.
Learn how to use a heavily requested preview feature that will allow administrators to publish apps in an Azure RemoteApp collection to selected users.
This article will show you three designs, each building on the other, for a demilitarized zone (DMZ) or perimeter network for Internet facing n-tier applications based on Azure virtual machines and networking.
Learn all about the new improvements to Hyper-V in the Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5.
Aidan Finn describes a common WHEA error that can be found in Hyper-V and provides a workaround.
There’s lots of talk about cloud and what it can do for your business. But with so many offerings, even from one vendor such as Microsoft, it can be confusing to determine what’s the best way forward.
What’s in store for IT pros in the future?
Microsoft has launched a public preview of Azure Site Recovery in the Azure Portal.
Aidan Finn outlines his thoughts on how Microsoft can turn its mobile story around.