Global Azure Bootcamp 2019 in Kathmandu held!

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

Dynamics 365: One stop solution to your business’ digital transformation

Welcome to my blog in Dynamics 365!In this blog post, we will learn about what Microsoft Dynamics 365 is and how it brings together CRM and ERP capabilities into a single dashboard that unifies people, data and business processes in your organization to become one stop solution to your business efficiency which you always want to achieve.

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Nepal Cloud Professionals Launch Azure DevOps Community in Kathmandu!

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

Troubleshooting DB Error in WordPress on Azure with Kudu

imageRecently, 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’.

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Azure Latency Test with AzureSpeed.com

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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.

 

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Getting started with Windows 10 as a Service

Image result for windows 10 cloudStarting with Windows 10, version 1607 (Windows 10 Anniversary Update), you can move from Windows 10 Pro to Windows 10 Enterprise more easily than ever before—no keys and no reboots. To get started, there are two options for you to start the subscription, either to get Windows 10 E3 or go for Windows 10 E5.

Whatever is the case, the steps to get started are the same. Below, are the steps that you can follow to start using Windows 10 as a Service once you buy a license.

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