It’s been quite a while that I was able to blog something, but I was quite happy to attend the Microsoft Ignite 2018 conference in Orlando. Living in Florida made this a nice experience since travel wasn’t too bad and required no airport. I was also very pleased to see and feel more of a centralized vision when it comes to the direction in which Microsoft is going and how they plan to have solutions to meet the needs of their customers while on-premise, in the cloud or both (hybrid).
Happy to announce that I will be attending Microsoft Ignite 2016 in Atlanta, GA. This years session are just too many to pick from, my preliminary calendar has me booked to 3~7 classes on most days. It’s going to be a challenge picking the right sessions to attend but I’m still looking forward to all the new server 2016 information. Hope to see more information about SCCM, AD, Education and network with many IT professionals.
It’s been a while since I made a post due to school and work, but I definitely wanted to finish the last part revolving around the benefits of building a home lab. Previously in Part 1, I talked about the history and hardware requirements to make a home lab. In Part 2, I talked about the design/functionality of a home lab, and now I will be talking about some of the overall benefits with running your own home lab. This post will be a bit wordy and contain a larger number of images to represent some of the technologies I have setup in my home lab environment.