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Nathan Lasnoski

Nathan Lasnoski is the Director of Concurrency’s Solutions, a Datacenter MVP and a recognized leader in Core Infrastructure Design, SharePoint Infrastructure, Virtualization, and Unified Communications technologies.

 
March 25, 2015 | Azure, IaaS, PaaS, System Center

Major Azure Backup Pricing Changes in April 2015

There is exciting news for those using, or interested in using Azure Backup.  In the past I’ve presented the Azure Backup scenario but have found the pricing difficult for many customers to accept for their business need.  In April 2015 […]

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Connecting PowerBI Dashboards to Data Sources

I had the opportunity to work with the preview for PowerBI Dashboards and if you thought you liked PowerBI before, you’re really going to like it now.  The new interface is immediately available over HTML5, as well as through an […]

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Configuration Management v3: Getting Started

So, you’ve decided that you want to move to Configuration Management v3 as we discussed here?  How do you get started and make DSC a competitive advantage for your business? Define the “What” and “Why” What are the components within […]

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Would you hire your IT department?

A few years ago our family went into an ice cream shop in a small upper peninsula town of Escanaba.  We went up to the counter and asked the clerk, “what kind of ice cream do you have?”  She looked […]

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PowerBI Pricing: How’s Free?

Microsoft just announced the pricing on PowerBI, which is now leaving preview and going into a production state.  The big news was, PowerBI is now “free”.  That’s shocking, as the base cost was initially $20.00 per any user in the […]

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Configuration Management Generation 3 – What is it and why do I need it?

When I first engaged in the IT Service Management and DevOps community I started going to local ITSMF meetings.  My first meeting was about configuration management, the title being, “maintaining your CMDB”.  The presenter talked about how their 40,000+ user […]

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