In this Post, I will explain why and when you measure your ‘TCP Session Quality (Starting with: What is ‘TCP Quality’ anyway?).
How you can analyse it yourself, and I’ll share with you a recent example where I had to use it myself. For your comfort – I will write it down in 3 phases.
In this article I will continue talking about the new Cloud Business App project template we have available in Visual Studio 2013 RC (VS 2013 RC). If you remember, in my last post about this project template we simply reviewed how to use it and how to deploy and debug a dummy application without adding any business entity to the App. In this article, we will see how to add business entities to the App without adding any line of code:
People have a difficult time grasping the concept of the cloud. As many ways as I’ve tried to explain where I work to friends and family, I am often asked, “Can you please explain what ‘the cloud’ even is?” Read the rest of this entry »
Whether you’re an Apple fan or not, you have to admit that the new iPad is pretty fantastic. Read the rest of this entry »
You love Web Access, and we made it even better!
If you are not familiar with web access let me tell you a little about it. The Web Access feature allows you to share the web application on your CloudShare Pro virtual machines to anyone without giving them direct access to the virtual machine. The way it works is for all machines that have Web Access enabled we generate a unique URL that does not change. it will look something like this: http://uvoa98dbebf6c.env.cloudshare.com.
Editor’s Note- I have a Mac museum in my home, read my wedding vows from an iPad, and memorize every Apple keynote.
You have seen it on the bi-weekly release posts over and over, “Added support for Safari and iOS”, and now I am ready to tell you about it.
We nerds can never have enough bits! At CloudShare we know how important the software stack on your virtual machine is. And we want to give you more. Here is your chance to help us do that!
But first! An explanation. CloudShare Pro has two types of templates, machine templates, and showcase templates. Machine templates are single VMs with OS, and Software Stack. Minimal configuration is done on these VMs. That is your job, you build things. Our job is to make these templates the best we can. We do that by keeping current on updates, and making sure critical pieces work correctly. Showcase templates are one step further. They are one or more machine environments with OS, software stack, and some specific configuration. We build some of these, and our friends build others.
We’re happy to announce a new capability, CloudShare Classroom Training in CloudShare Enterprise, that enables enterprises, IT training companies, ISVs and universities offer hands-on virtual lab training classes to their customers, partners and prospects. It helps enrich training classes with hands-on labs and live access, and reduces costs of delivering training environments and labs for your physical and remote classrooms.
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In this guest post, Spanish SharePoint MVP Juan Carlos González talks about how CloudShare support his daily work with SharePoint in terms of development, building prototypes, prepare demos for customers, and so on.
My name is Juan Carlos González and I work as a Solutions Architect in one of the 6 Microsoft Innovation Centers (MIC) located in Spain.