If you don’t have Azure Powershell installed, here is how to do it:
From Powershell, enter Login-AzureRMAccount and hit Enter.
A Microsoft Azure login screen will pop up.
Log in with your Azure credentials. Now you’re ready to start working with Azure from the Powershell.
I’ve had this site a long time. I was trying to remember when I started it the other day and I figured it was late 2007 or early 2008.
Fortunately, there is the Wayback Machine internet archive. The first time it scanned my site was January 9, 2008, and it had quite a few blog posts by then. So, it looks like late 2007 was when VirtualizationInformation came online.
It’s also quite a bit of fun to spend some time in the Wayback Machine looking at the evolution of the internet and the companies that we work with frequently. I did a search for VMware.com and found this one from 1999.
And this one from zerto.com in 2011 (note the funky green color):
Time just flies right by doesn’t it?
After a long absence, I’m going to start posting again. The funny thing is over the last few years, I’ve written more content than I ever have; but it’s all gone for my day job at Zerto. As a Senior Technical Architect, creating content is a constant.
We are working on so many cool things and more are coming every day. Zerto is becoming more of a platform rather than just a DR point product. So, I’m going to make an effort to share more Zerto things here as well as other stuff I find interesting.