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Nathan Lasnoski

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


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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System Center with PowerBI and PowerView

At the Midwest Management Summit we talked through how you can use PowerView and PowerBI to configure visualization engines for your System Center data without third party tools.   To start, check out these queries and techniques from Christopher Mank.   […]

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DPM to Azure Backup. What it means to you.

Today Microsoft announced that you can now do long term backups to Azure with DPM and UR3.  Previously to UR3 you could only use DPM for short term backups.  This is powerful because it allows a business to fully replace […]

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10 Azure Capabilities You *might* Not Know About

Everyone knows that Microsoft is building a world class hosting platform in Azure, but what you may not know is that Azure is not only about hosting virtual machines.  Azure has become the platform from which Microsoft is delivering a […]

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April 28, 2014 | System Center

Service Manager Sessions at TechEd 2014

Hello Everyone, This is going to be an exciting TechEd. There are a lot of great sessions and Service Manager will be well represented. Here is the list of sessions to make sure you add to your calendar: ITIL Crash […]

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April 28, 2014 | Azure, Office 365, SharePoint

OneDrive for Business increased to 1 TB per user

Somewhere in the distance is your SAN, waving a white flag, saying it gives up.  I read this announcement from Microsoft and I immediately did a double take.  OneDrive is now providing 1 TB for every OneDrive for Business user.  […]

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