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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.

 
October 10, 2012 | System Center, Virtualization

Manually Clearing Orchestrator Logs

I was working on an implementation of Service Manager and Orchestrator where I was running a significant number of runbooks on a regular basis.  This eventually ended up creating logs for over 200,000 runbook executions.  What I noticed was that […]

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My Top Features in Windows Server 2012

There is a lot to be excited about around Windows Server 2012. Microsoft has done a great job of addressing key feature requests across the entire platform. I thought I’d share the top things that I’m excited about, now that […]

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Looping in Orchestrator with Service Manager 2012 Service Requests

Orchestrator allows us to do some pretty awesome things in the pipeline.  Let’s say that you wanted to deploy several applications and Service Manager had associated those applications to the Service Request.  Orchestrator is smart enough to look at the […]

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July 08, 2012 | System Center

TechEd Europe 2012: System Center and Windows Server

We’re rocking out TechEd Europe this week, presenting and enjoying the awesome new Microsoft technologies powered by Windows Server 2012 and System Center.  I’ll keep a running reference on this blog of key links and other areas of the conference. […]

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TechEd 2012 Hyper-V, Service Manager, and Orchestrator Presentation and Sessions

I’m at TechEd this week, presenting and enjoying the awesome new Microsoft technologies powered by Windows Server 2012 and System Center.  There is so much to talk about in Windows Server 2012, including Hyper-V 2012, RDS, HA scale-out file server, DNS […]

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Hyper-V 2012 vs. VMware

Hey VMware… Novell called.  They want their future back!   I must admit, having been in IT for a while, I’ve gotten used to Microsoft coming in a little late to the party, then dominating the heck out of a market.  […]

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