I haven’t got much time for publishing new articles in my blog, but I found this brand new publication and I thought it could be useful for a lot of people around there: “Introducing Windows 8, an overview for IT Professionals” (preview version). This book has some quite important topics that every IT guy which is considering implement Windows […]
As I did for my first book, celebrating the publication of my second App-V book: Microsoft Application Virtualization Advanced Guide, I’m giving away a free paperback copy among my readers. Here’s a short summary for those who want to participate: Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: “App-V Advanced Book”. Include in the email body your full name plus […]
I want to share with the blogosphere some of the great consequences about writing a geeky blog. A few months ago, StarWind started a contest for the best article of the year regarding their iSCSI software. The prize was nothing else than an iPad 2, and I won with this article :) There were some issues in receiving the […]
As a celebration since my App-V Book: Getting Started with Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6 has just been published, I want to give away a free paperback version among my blog readers. Here’s the deal: All you need to do is email me at email@example.com with the subject: “App-V Book”. Include in the email body your full name plus the […]
Microsoft Press introduced a great technique to get more readers: Giving away free books, as simple as that. And this time with a great proposal: Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2. Even though it is a short book (200 pages) you’ll see that there are several topics that you might be interested in. Here are the chapters involved: Chapter 1 What’s New in Windows Server R2 Chapter 2 Installation and Configuration: Adding R2 to Your World Chapter 3 Hyper-V: Scaling and Migrating Virtual Machines Chapter 4 Remote Desktop Services and VDI: Centralizing Desktop and Application Management Chapter 5 Active Directory: Improving and Automating Identity and Access Chapter 6 The File Services Role Chapter 7 IIS 7.5: Improving the Web Application Platform Chapter 8 DirectAccess and Network Policy Server Chapter 9 Other Features and Enhancements You will find several information about important improvements introduced in this version, like: Hyper-V R2 (Live Migration and storage hot add feature); VDI; IIS 7.5; BranchCache and DirectAccess. Enjoy!
Fresh and free new book available from Microsoft Press and Microsoft TechNet! Deploying Windows 7: Essential Guidance. This book contains ten chapters from Windows 7 Resource Kit, so if you ever read one of these Resource Kits, you would know that the content it is very complete and interesting. Some of the topics discussed in this free book: Planning […]
Continuing with their 25th Anniversary Microsoft Press prepared for us their final release for free E-Books (yes, these two and you won’t be getting this exciting offers anymore): “Office Communications Server 2007 R2: Resource Kit” If you are not very familiar with the communications suite, here’s a short topic review that is included in almost 900 pages: Overview and server roles Key deployment scenarios: VoIP, basic IM, conferencing, voice mail, etc. Planning and Deployment General administration and monitoring Backup and restore Troubleshooting. And as for previous released, the offer also includes the developers e-book: “Programming for Unified Communications with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2” Remember that these downloads are available for a short period of time. Enjoy!
Disclaimer: Remember that these books are available as a free download for a limited period of time. Microsoft Press released two new e-books to continue celebrating their 25th anniversary: Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Resource Kit On this book you’ll find detailed information about what’s new in Windows Server 2008 regarding Terminal Services and common scenarios to use a Terminal Services ecosystem. As an always requested topic regarding to Terminal Services, you’ll see how the applications publications works within these environments, using Terminal Services RemoteApps (TS RemoteApps). Some of the topics: Planning and installing Terminal Server environment. Creating and maintaining user work environment. Installing and Publishing Applications. Terminal Services ecosystem management. Also, on the devs side again, you can find this another “best practices” book: “The Practical Guide to Defect Prevention”. Techniques to meet the demand for more reliable software. Enjoy and don’t forget to share the links. Cheers!