In the first part of this blog post, we will see how to install Remote Desktop Services in WS2019. This blog post will walk you thru steps on how to deploy RDS on a single 2019 Server enabling the use of Remote Desktop Sessions. This blog post will walk you thru steps on how to deploy RDS on a single 2019 Server enabling the use of Remote Desktop Sessions.
On April 27, 2019, all communities came together once again in the sixth great Global Azure Bootcamp event! Like in the past years, this year Nepal Cloud Professionals organized Global Azure Bootcamp 2019 in Kathmandu.
Each year hundreds of organizers around the globe arrange Azure user group events on the same day. This year we did again doing a one- day deep dive, hands on lab for total of nearly 55 professionals from various organizations in Kathmandu. Continue reading
Nepal Cloud Professionals- Nepal Cloud Pro together with WinServer Community– local Technical User Group, organized Azure DevOps Community Launch in Feb 09, 2019, Saturday. A mix of nearly 50 Professional developers, DevOps Engineers, Students developers and IT professionals participated in the half day event where the focus was Continue reading
Recently, my blog had some unexpected downtime. I’m still unsure of why this error occurred, however, I find it worth sharing on how I was able to bring it back online. The error received looked like ‘Error establishing a database connection’.
There’s a cool speed test tool for Azure at http://azurespeed.com which allows you to test network latencies and speed to Azure data centers from different countries and locations. Along with finding the closest Datacenter near your location, it tests the storage latency to Azure as well as upload and download speeds. This is a third party tool with open source on GitHub.
Azure Virtual Machines gives you the flexibility of virtualization for a wide range of computing solutions—development and testing, running applications, and extending your datacenter. It’s the freedom of open-source software configured the way you need it. It’s as if it was another rack in your datacenter, giving you the power to deploy an application in seconds instead of weeks.