Category: Web & Cloud

5 questions to ask before migrating Windows and SQL Server 2008 to the cloud — DXC Blogs


Most midsized companies have relied on Windows and SQL Server 2008 for the past decade to run essential business applications. Now that these long-trusted products are coming to end-of-life (EOL) status, businesses still running these systems face hard decisions. It’s a major challenge for many organizations, and a full-blown crisis for some. But I’ve always […]

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Introducing the vRealize Operations Sizing Tool — vmWARS


Introducing the vRealize Operations Sizing Tool Introducing the vRealize Operations Sizing Tool Whether you are deploying vRealize Operations for the first time or you have a current cluster and want to validate your cluster node size and number of nodes you will want to use the vRealize Operations Sizing Tool which was published late last […]

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Objective 7.1 – Manage virtual networking — VMvTips


It’s been a while since my last bog on configuring virtual networking as I got stuck with some issues and work. I am drafting those issues as part of blog as some were quite interesting. So keep following as more adventure is yet to come. In last blog, we look at how to configure virtual […]

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Creating you First Azure Database — 365Concepts


If you’re still creating databases locally for all your development and testing needs, it’s time to give yourself the kick you need to start doing things a little differently and learn something new in the process. Going to Azure isn’t as complicated as you think (if you start small). If you’re worried about costs, there […]

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Dynamically Showing Page Layout Data on a Visualforce Page using Metadata with Record Values — Shared Experience


Sometimes we need to show the dynamic values on a visualforce page and rendered it as pdf. In this blog I will show you how we can show fields and their values. You can write your own logic for rendering pdf. This code will work for any Object which is not having composite fields like […]

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Graph API Developer–Programmatically get the Outlook categories defined for the user using Graph API — Deva’s Azure/ML/AI developer blog!!


Well, we use Outlook/Office 365 a lot and sure most of them uses Categories. Traditionally, you might have used MAPI/Outlook Object Model/EWS API to retrieve these categories. This time, lets we use Microsoft Graph API to programmatically get the Outlook categories that have been defined for the user. First i make the Request: GET https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/me/outlook/masterCategories %5B…%5D

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Microsoft Flow – 5 reasons to use Peek code in Microsoft Flow. — SharePains


Have you used the peek code option in Microsoft Flow yet? As a low-code development environment the first response might be why would I use the peek code option. Does this option help? The peek code option has been there for quite a while in Logic Apps but it is still quite new to Flow. […]

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