For several months I’ve been working in a new App-V book: “Microsoft Application Virtualization Advanced Guide”, containing advanced topics to cover all what you need to know to master Microsoft Application Virtualization processes. This book includes also new features in App-V 4.6 SP1. The “Microsoft Application Virtualization Advanced Guide” represents my second App-V book; the previous one “Getting Started with […]
Not so much for a recent, but still I think represents as great news: The App-V book, “Getting Started with Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6” is available in Kindle version, in Amazon site of course. So for all those geek Kindle owners (I’m not one, unfortunately) there’s a chance to take a great look to my App-V book using Amazon’s […]
The contest ended in February, but I didn’t have the chance to publish the winner in my blog so I decided to take a moment and share with all blog readers the happy winner for the App-V book. Ian Walters from Webster, NY received a few weeks ago the book and kindly is sharing with us a quick pic. […]
My book “Getting Started with Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6” has been finally published by Packt and the pre-order waiting game is over :) This App-V book is available in the following stores and in the following links: Packt Publishing Amazon.com Amazon.co.uk Lehmans Bookware Sample Chapter Also, as a preview of this book, you can download a sample chapter for […]
Finally the writing process is complete, and my App-V book is just around the corner: “Getting Started with Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6”. The book is available for pre-order in Pack Publishing website and in Amazon. An overview about what we will cover: Publish, deploy, and manage your virtual applications with App-V. Understand how Microsoft App-V can fit into your […]
Microsoft Press introduced a great technique to get more readers: Giving away free books, as simple as that. And this time with a great proposal: Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2. Even though it is a short book (200 pages) you’ll see that there are several topics that you might be interested in. Here are the chapters involved: Chapter 1 What’s New in Windows Server R2 Chapter 2 Installation and Configuration: Adding R2 to Your World Chapter 3 Hyper-V: Scaling and Migrating Virtual Machines Chapter 4 Remote Desktop Services and VDI: Centralizing Desktop and Application Management Chapter 5 Active Directory: Improving and Automating Identity and Access Chapter 6 The File Services Role Chapter 7 IIS 7.5: Improving the Web Application Platform Chapter 8 DirectAccess and Network Policy Server Chapter 9 Other Features and Enhancements You will find several information about important improvements introduced in this version, like: Hyper-V R2 (Live Migration and storage hot add feature); VDI; IIS 7.5; BranchCache and DirectAccess. Enjoy!
Continuing with their 25th Anniversary Microsoft Press prepared for us their final release for free E-Books (yes, these two and you won’t be getting this exciting offers anymore): “Office Communications Server 2007 R2: Resource Kit” If you are not very familiar with the communications suite, here’s a short topic review that is included in almost 900 pages: Overview and server roles Key deployment scenarios: VoIP, basic IM, conferencing, voice mail, etc. Planning and Deployment General administration and monitoring Backup and restore Troubleshooting. And as for previous released, the offer also includes the developers e-book: “Programming for Unified Communications with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2” Remember that these downloads are available for a short period of time. Enjoy!