CloudShare adds new releases and updates to our platform every other week. Sometimes they’re big updates, sometimes small. We want to keep your experience fresh and always improving, so they can be major upgrades, performance improvements, bug fixes or new functions.
If you’ve not been living on the moon, you’ve probably heard of the concept of “Nested Virtualization”.
This is a method of running a Virtual Machine inside a Virtual Machine.
Many entered the CloudShare TeamLabs SPC2014 pass giveaway, and the lucky winner has been chosen!
Microsoft has recently released the Service Pack (SP) 1 for SharePoint 2013. In this article I will show you how easy is to install the first SP for SharePoint 2013 and also some of the new goodies coming with the platform. Let’s start.
In this article I will continue talking about how to use the capabilities provided by MSOCAF (Microsoft SharePoint Online Code Analysis Framewor) for auditing a SharePoint environment in terms of .WSP solutions deployed. If you remember, in my last post about MSOCAF we simply reviewed how to install and use the tool in a CloudShare SharePoint development environment. In this blog post I will continue showing you how MSOCAF is a great tool for analyzing SharePoint solutions and detect any problems introduced by them in a SharePoint farm.
You hear it all the time in the real world. Back up your computer. Because the day will come when something catastrophic and out of your control happens.
If you are a Developer on the Microsoft Stack, you have surely heard the news about the advancements, and renaming of TFS Services to Visual Studio On-Line. Visual Studio On-Line, announced on Nov 13th, comes with a lot of new technology advancements, like build services, Test Management, Load test etc. But it also changes in a big way the license paradigm for developers, where they subscribe to the IDE and the services they use, versus buying licenses. No big surprise given this has been the approach with Office for several years now. But with all that new stuff, there is a gaping problem left to be solved…
The time of the year for predictions has come, and as in previous years, CloudShare is throwing theirs in the pile. But these are not just any old predictions. I’m going to tell you how the life of the developer is going to change in 2014.
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.
This is a small account of how a need from our users, even CloudShare employees, become new features. CloudShare, believe it or not, uses CloudShare to test CloudShare. Sound crazy? Read this old post.
Recently, different teams in CloudShare (Development,QA and IT) wanted to communicate between VMs running in the CloudShare Data Center and our office’s internal network. For example, we had a developer who wanted to use the Office GIT server seamlessly from a machine in CloudShare and an IT engineer who wanted to test different product configurations on our Cloud in the same way. This need quickly turned into a new feature for you!