In my work here at Cloudstep we have two distinct sides to our business, a consulting practice "Jtwo Solutions" and a cloud modelling software and services practice "Cloudstep". Working on both sides of these businesses affords me the benefit of hands on consulting, technical architecture and implementation as well as scenario based cost modelling activities … Continue reading The Cloud – Anagnorisis and Peripeteia
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-powershell-az-module-version-1/ Microsoft released a new PowerShell module specifically for Azure late last year called "Az". On the plus side Az ensures that Windows PowerShell and PowerShell Core users can get the latest Azure tooling from PowerShell on every platform be it Windows PowerShell or PowerShell Core for my preferred operating system macOs. Microsoft state that … Continue reading Azure PowerShell ‘Az’ Module
I first blogged about IPv6 and the reasons for its slow adoption way back in 2014. A lot can change in the world of ICT over the course of five years, but interestingly the reasons for slow adoption I believe have remained somewhat constant. I've updated my post to include some new thoughts. The first … Continue reading IPv6 – slowly but surely
I've blogged before about my passion for automation and the use of ARM templating in the Azure world to eradicate the burden of dull and mundane tasks from the daily routine of system administrators for whom I do consulting for. I loath repetitive tasks, its in this space where subtle differences and inconsistency love to … Continue reading YAML it Rhymes with Camel
I've talked before about my passion for automation. I loath doing repetitive tasks and fear inconsistency whilst undertaking them. Its not that I'm lazy, I recognise that people are generally busy and sometimes its hard to maintain focus on repetitive tasks, its easy to forget a step here and there amongst everything else that’s going … Continue reading Get your Flow on. .