Migrating SQL Server on Azure can be achieved through different type of SQL resources. In fact, there are many different ways to do it but you have to keep in mind that only part of them are eligible to Azure Hybrid Benefit.
March Product Term is released with the usual monthly changes. This month Microsoft has decided to add a paragraph into the Azure Services entry. Note : it is also a good opportunity to test the “Compare with current” functionality of the new Product Terms Site. Nothing new, but a kind reminder from Microsoft in case […]
The last monthly Product Terms document released by Microsoft contains a new promotion : “ Power Apps Promotion for EA, EAS, and CSP Customers”, on page 110. You may have noticed it unless you felt asleep reading one of the previous 109 pages … Microsoft communicates on fact that the company is in Gartner’s Magic […]
Since many years, Linux and Windows Server are peacefully coexisting into customers datacenters, so it is not a surprise to find the same repartition into cloud provider’s multitenant infrastructures. Nothing new from a licensing perspective, considering that it was already possible to BYOS (Bring Your Own Subscription) on Azure. However, Microsoft announced a new Hybrid […]
What is Robotic Process Automation? Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can be a powerful tool, typically adopted by power users first. Imagine that you can now easily create automatic processing for Office documents received in your mailbox, for example to store them on OneDrive and send alerts by mail and through your Teams channel. It’s a […]