Hands-on: Turbo Containers

21 Mar 2016
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

The application container technology promises to change the way that IT operations are carried out just as virtualization technology did a few years previously. Thanks to my fellow MVP Rory Monaghan I had the opportunity to try out Turbo which is ...

Developing software vs. running a business

12 Feb 2016
Matthijs de Booij

We live in a fast-paced world nowadays. Uncertainty about even the near future seems to have become the norm. In order for companies to survive in the long run they need to respond to the continuously changing environment they operate in.

Visual Studio Online build version increment

14 Jan 2016
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

I’m currently using Visual Studio Online for my tooling and I was searching for a way to increment the build version for my solution. After searching the internet I found the following blog post which I applied, but for some reason it was not work...

Reduce time in collecting metrics with PPD

31 Dec 2015
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

Performance metrics are the most valuable metrics to have during performance testing or capacity testing of a VDI environment. If you talk with people that do a lot of these test they always recommend to collect extra data like VMware ESXtop or Mi...

How performance optimizations can break App-V

14 Nov 2015
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

Performance optimizations in VDI is a hot topic these days especially with the introduction of Windows 10. According to various sources there are major disk performance difference which effect the overall user experience. So this will result that ...

App-V User Group 2015

18 Oct 2015
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

It has been a while since the last App-V User Group 2015 and recently Login Consultants has published the recordings of the sessions. The App-V User Group is a conference where you can learn from the knowledge and experiences of the App-V experts,...

Scaling Development Teams with Pivotal Tracker

28 Sep 2015
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

Scaling your development capacity can result in having multiple Development Teams. When using Scrum, the intent is to have one Product Owner managing one Product Backlog. With multiple Development Teams working on the same product, each Developmen...

TeamCity Build Music

30 Aug 2015
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

With development multiple builds are started during the day. I noticed that I’m not sure if a build is still running and I’m forced to look into the web interface or ask a colleague. To get the attention when build is running I have created a Powe...

Running Login PI in DaaS

28 Jul 2015
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

When having a desktop from a DaaS provider you as IT administrators are not in control over the hosting. But how do you get the extra insights in your DaaS desktop? Login PI can give the extra insights of the end-user experience in the DaaS enviro...

Generating release notes with Pivotal Tracker

20 Jun 2015
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

When developing a product it is common to create release notes when there is an update of the product. Creating these release notes can be a time consuming process which is depending on the amount of user stories that are delivered. It is common t...

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