In today’s fast-paced business landscape, agility and efficiency are paramount for organizations striving to maintain a competitive edge. For companies that rely on SAP (Systems, Applications, and Products) to manage their critical business processes, deploying and managing SAP systems can be a complex and resource-intensive endeavor. However, thanks to advancements in cloud technology and automation, there’s a game-changing solution on the horizon – automating the deployment of SAP systems on Microsoft Azure, powered by Microsoft’s SAP Deployment Automation Framework.
In this blog post, we will explore the significance of automating SAP system deployment on Azure, the numerous benefits it offers to companies and IT professionals, and how Microsoft’s SAP Deployment Automation Framework can help streamline and enhance the process.
Let’s learn a little more at #GlobalAzure (SPAIN Edition)??? I will be speaking/demonstrating in Spanish, at this great global event with my colleague Daniel Guerrero, about how to build a Disaster and Recovery scenario, for your Azure Virtual Desktop!!
Another great LIVE guys!!! Thank you very much once again for everyone’s participation. The event was sensational, with first-hand news from #MSBUILD 2020. The AzureRS live was awesome: Over 400 views this cold week.
On the 12th and 13th, I had the great opportunity to participate in another Microsoft Ignite The Tour in São Paulo. For those who don’t know, this is the largest technical event in Latin America and it is a reproduction of the event that takes place in the United States, bringing together great professionals and technical news from Microsoft products. Thank you Clairo Dorneles for the partnership in this edition.
Yesterday (10/11/2019) I had the great pleasure of speaking with my friend Clairo Dorneles, voluntarily at the CloudUp event – 3rd Edition. We simulated a live threat and automated response through Azure Sentinel, Microsoft’s SIEM tool. THANK YOU to everyone who participated in this great event and especially to the organizers Erik Filippini and Felipe Santos for the invitation.
On the last day of 11/04/2019, Microsoft finally made second-generation VMs generally available, which we had on our local Hyper-v since Windows Server 2012 R2. They have a new architecture based on UEFI that is different from the BIOS-based architecture of generation 1. With these VMs, according to Microsoft, you will be able to:
I had the honor of being recognized with the title of MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) in Microsoft Azure, due to my activities with the technical community in the last year. I would like to thank everyone who supported me on this journey, directly and indirectly, and especially Microsoft for this important recognition.
Hello everyone!!! Today to manage our VMs (Windows/Linux) in Microsoft Azure, we can connect through a VPN or through direct connection to the External IP, using RDP and SSH protocols. Many leave their VMs exposed to the internet, in order to facilitate remote access, but this practice is not recommended, bringing great security risks. Thinking about it, Microsoft made Azure Bastion available, where we can manage our VMs through a Browser using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). And the coolest thing? No public IP is required for this encrypted access.