Is Windows 10 suitable for enterprises?

With the introduction of Windows 10 Microsoft has decided to change the servicing strategy. This new strategy has a more continuous delivery approach with bigger feature updates every 6 months. Many enterprise organizations are investigating the move to Windows 10. The servicing strategy proves to be a difficult change. The main question…

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Centralized logging hosted in Docker

Proper logging helps to understand a problem with your software, especially during the development of a new product. I’m currently working on a new project where multiple microservices are hosted in separate Docker containers. In this scenario, centralized logging really helps to validate that everything goes as expected. In this blog post, I…

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How can there be a DevOps engineer?

How can there be a DevOps engineer? I often see vacancies with the job title DevOps engineer and always think, this makes no sense. DevOps is all about collaboration between two different expertises. In this blog post, I want to share the history of DevOps and my thought about the…

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MDT Storage Driver not found on VMware

When a reference image is up to date with the latest Windows updates, the deployment time will decrease tremendously. Trond Eirik Haavarstein has written an excellent blog post on how to create a reference image with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT). During my deployment in a VMware environment, I encountered the following error:…

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Agile methodology in Enterprise IT

Agile is common within software development but not often used in Enterprise IT. But Agile is as much applicable on Enterprise IT as software development. The definition of Agile is “quick and well-coordinated in movement”. Adapting to changes around you, which in Enterprise IT can be a hassle. This blog post will…

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