If you have been following the CloudOasis blog, you will be aware of the Community WebApp called Office 365 Backup Sizing Tool. Two years ago I came up with the idea of using WebApp and manual entry to estimate the size of your Office 365 Backup for storage and compute.
Migrating workloads from on-premises to a public cloud is a task that requires lots of detailed planning and preparation. It’s a team effort where every workload owner must be involved and engaged to reduce any negative impacts on the workload, the migration process, and the business.
It may be a requirement of your business to move your data and workload from one public cloud to another. In a world where there are many public cloud choices, this can be complex, cumbersome, and expensive; but, it is the business decision that has been made, and you have to comply.
Today’s technologies are making it easy for users to remotely connect to a workload and accomplish their tasks from their living room couch. As a System Administrator, you are responsible for the availability and performance of the workload, and will likely
With today’s data centres demands, you will find yourself spending considerable time trying to overcome the complexity of managing your hybrid infrastructure. What if you could deploy a simple gateway to help you manage all your workloads, without thinking about where each server is located?
Are you wondering how much local storage your MS Office 365 backup requires? Are you wanting to learn more about your user’s behaviour while connected to your services over time to better manage your MS Office 365 licensing costs? Do you have your management team wanting more insight
There are benefits in task automation, beyond the obvious of time-saving. Task automation also reduces the chances of mistakes during the process, and ensures repeatability, regardless of who performs the task.
Suppose you have a new business requirement to protect your stored business-critical data from modification or deletion. This new business requires that you comply with market data protection standards, or it has a specified legal requirement.
Have you ever wondered how you might deploy Microsoft Azure Backup to protect your Azure Virtual Machine? You would like to get started, but remain a little hesitant because there are so many options available? Or you believe your Azure workload doesn’t require backup?
By now you are hearing a lot about Windows Containers, or Containers technology in general, but have not felt the need to get engaged with them yet. Or, by now, you are interested enough to begin researching the deployment of your first Windows 2019 Container Server.