/who_am_i

My name is Abdullah Abdullah, I come from Lebanon and live in the city of Beirut. I’ve been in the IT business since 14 years and have much enthusiasm to it for as long as I can remember. This is my first blog, I hope the IT community would benefit from it.

I live by the understanding that knowledge is by far one of the greatest gifts we’ve been given, and if a day passes without gaining knowledge is an uncountable day or mere dead, embrace knowledge always and never stop till you get to your purpose.

One of the great minds once said “لا يستطاع العلم براحة الجسم” which means that “Knowledge can not be gained if you seek rest and relaxation”, the pursue of knowledge is tiring but for sure is rewarding.

Regards,

Abdullah^2

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  1. paolo abarca

    Hi, thanks for a informative blog.
    I have a question regarding one of your hyper-v technical deep dive demo.
    Is it possible to get the material (presentation) ?
    Anyway, again thanks for sharing good information.

    Regards

    Paolo

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    1. doOdzZZ Post author

      Dear Paolo,

      Sadly I can’t share the presentation because this is corporate data but on the other hand you can go to http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/ and you will find it pretty informative.

      If you need any further help please do not hesitate to ask,
      Regards,
      (Abdullah)^2

      Reply
  2. Tom Dodds

    We have just released the worlds first WE8 Thin Client and are running a blog competition alongside. We are offering a free 30 day trial of the device, along with access to a Windows Server 2012 hosted desktop. The blog topic is “Why would you use WE8 on a Thin Client?” The best blog/video blog will win a years subscription to Windows Server 2012 hosted by Node4.

    Is this something you would be interested in? If so please email me on tomd@10zig.eu

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  3. Sam Khader

    Hi,

    Love to hear your advice/feedback on how to protect an application (runs as a servershell) that needs high availability. Its running on vm5.5 and I am using HA, but that does not protect the servershell layer. I am thinking about using Microsoft failover clustering 2012R2 but concerned about loosing vmotion and other vm features. Any thoughts or feedback is greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    1. doOdzZZ Post author

      Hello,

      This depends on the distribution your using, more information would be helpful so that to be able to give you a better answer.

      Thank you.

      Reply

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