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ArticlesJuly 01, 2019Vadim VladimirskiyFounder & CEO, Nerdio

Breaking Down Azure VM Series: A, B, D, E, N 

Virtual Machines (VMs) in Azure come in predefined sizes that are called  families  or  series.  An individual VM is often referred to as an  instance.  Different VM families are designed for common use-cases and are comprised of certain amounts of CPU cores and GB of RAM.  It’s not possible to arbitrarily mix and match CPU...

ArticlesJune 27, 2019Joseph LandesChief Revenue Officer

Demystifying Azure Site Recovery

One of the most common questions we get from MSPs who are in the process of building a cloud practice in Microsoft Azure is “what is Azure Site Recovery (ASR) and when should I use it?”  Let’s review this important Azure service from Microsoft and its relevance to MSPs.   Why does ASR exist?  Azure Site...

ArticlesJune 24, 2019Amol DalviVP, Product

How Microsoft Made Azure an Easy Choice for MSPs 

Nearly two-thirds of all Fortune 500 companies have turned to Microsoft Azure as their trusted cloud computing solution. Astoundingly, Microsoft Azure currently accepts an average of 1,000 customers daily. Companies large and small turn to Microsoft Azure for scalable, reliable, and secure cloud storage, data recovery, and business solutions. It wasn’t always that easy, and...

ArticlesJune 14, 2019Vadim VladimirskiyFounder & CEO, Nerdio

Using Nerdio to Manage Existing Azure Deployments 

The Nerdio Admin Portal (NAP) is a multi-tenant, single-pane-of-glass portal that allows MSPs to manage all of their Azure deployments securely in one place and across all aspects of the IT environment. The NAP can manage VMs, storage, networking, backup, autoscaling, users, virtual desktops, Office 365, mailboxes, security, and much more – all in a...

ArticlesJune 12, 2019Vadim VladimirskiyFounder & CEO, Nerdio

An MSP’s Guide to Running and Licensing SQL Server in Azure 

One of the most common workloads that MSPs support for their customers are line-of-business applications with a SQL Server database back-end.  This also happens to be one of the more popular Azure workloads.  Microsoft has created several SQL offerings in Azure, including Azure SQL and SQL Managed Instance.  However, most MSPs prefer to start out with...

ArticlesMay 21, 2019Vadim VladimirskiyFounder & CEO, Nerdio

How to Make More Money Selling Microsoft Azure

Contents Introduction Lever 1 – Become a CSP Lever 2 – Azure Reservations Lever 3 – Azure Hybrid Usage and CSP Software Subscriptions Lever 4 – Auto-Scaling for Cost Optimization Lever 5 – Burstable VM Instances Conclusion   For an MSP building a cloud practice in Azure, one of the most important considerations is to...

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