Azure – You can now migrate your Classic deployment resources to ARM

As you know, Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is the default deployment model for Azure resources but if you had already deployed Azure resources using the old model/portal (Classic deployment) it was not easy (not to say impossible) to easily migrate these Classic resources to the new ARM. Now, you can If you have classic resources (like virtual machine, network or storage account) you can now use the Migrate to ARM…

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SharePoint Online – You can now use PowerShell for your migration

You may be already aware that Microsoft has provided a migration tool for SharePoint Online to help you migrate your SharePoint On-Premises or file servers to SharePoint Online (you can take a look there https://t.co/fiamXncZYo and https://t.co/j4dLOzS9De). Now, an updated version (2.0.99.0) of the migration tool now includes PowerShell command to help you in your migration. If already had a previous version of the SharePoint Migration tool installed, the updated…

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WordPress – Few details about my migration from SharePoint blog to WordPress

As announced few days ago, I have decided to move on from SharePoint 2016 for hosting my blog. Now, my blog is running on WordPress using SQL Server as database server, and not MySQL (even if this is still installed anyway). As promised when I have announced the migration, here are few details about my migration which went quite smoothly, despite few issues: I’m using the ProjectNami to run WordPress…

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