How to map a Network Drive to an Azure File Share
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In a previous post, I explained how to create an Azure file share. Today, I want to show you how to connect and mount an Azure file share with Azure PowerShell.
Azure Disks Performance Tests: Ultra Disks compared
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In a previous post, I showed you how to implement the new Azure Ultra Disks. Today, I want to show you how fast they really are by running performance tests and comparing them with the other disks available in Azure.
How to relocate Hyper-V VM files to another location
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Either because your storage device begins to run out of space, or you simply need to reorganize the files of your virtual machines it is often necessary to move the storage of our virtual machines to a new location.
Convert Azure VMs to Managed Disks using PowerShell
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This post will show you how to convert a virtual machine, whether within an availability group or a single instance, from unmanaged disks (Storage Account) to disks managed using Azure PowerShell.
How to Resize Azure Managed Disks
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In this post, I want to show you how to expand a managed operating system disk in an Azure virtual machine, using Azure PowerShell and Azure CLI. This tutorial assumes that you already have a Microsoft Azure account configured.
How to create an Azure Recovery Services Vault
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This post is part of a series in which I will show how to create different resources in Microsoft Azure. Today I will show you how to create a component that every Azure subscription should have: an Azure Recovery Service vault.
How to Implement Data Deduplication using PowerShell
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In this post, I want to show you how to install and configure the role of Data Deduplication in Windows Server 2016 using Windows PowerShell. Data Deduplication is a role service that conserves storage space on an NTFS volume by locating redundant data and storing one only copy of that data instead of multiple copies.
How to create a Virtual Disk using PowerShell
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In a previous post I showed you how to create a storage pool, today I want to show you how to use PowerShell to create a virtual disk in your Storage Pool.
How to create a Storage Pool using PowerShell
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In this post, I want to show you how to create a Storage Pool with Powershell; the cmdlet that I will use is: New-StoragePool To create a Storage Pool with PowerShell, use the New-StoregePool cmdlet with the following syntax: