+44 (0)20 3051 3595 info@coeo.com

The Coeo Blog

Azure Databricks Part 1: A Gentle Introduction

Welcome to this series of blog posts on Azure Databricks, where we will look at how to get productive with this technology. In Part 1, as with any good series, we will start with a gentle introduction.

Power BI Security in Ten Steps

Are you fearful of migrating to a new data visualisation solution or hosting data in the cloud? The power of Power BI is too much to ignore and offers many security features to ease your concerns.

Options for Data Platform Modernisation

At Coeo we are seeing increasing numbers of customers take their first steps towards modernising their data platforms by moving workloads to the public cloud. Here is our quick guide to the options available:

Make 2019 your Year of Cloud Data

Technology has a reputation for rapid innovation and disruption - market momentum has never been felt more strongly in cloud data and analytics than anywhere else. Multi-year strategic investment from all major cloud platforms in cloud data services means capability, performance and choice has..

Azure - Planned VM Maintenance for January 2018

Update @ 8AM, January 4th - Microsoft have accelerated the planned maintenance window for updates due an Intel CPU vulnerability (more details here [Microsoft] and here [Google]). This may mean that your VMs have already been automatically maintained by Microsoft by the time you read this. If..

Azure updates from Ignite 2017

Keeping up with the pace of the Azure cloud evolution is tough at the best of times. Just when you think you are getting on top of it, Ignite comes along and Microsoft drop a cluster of feature bombs which means you spend most of your Saturday updating your Visio architecture diagrams. Thanks a..

Consortium wins Microsoft Worldwide Partner of the Year for Cloud Productivity

We are delighted to announce that the Consortium, a group comprising Coeo, Content and Code, Inframon, Modality and Program Framework, has been selected from a global field of Microsoft partners for the prestigious Worldwide Partner of the Year for Cloud Productivity.

Using an Azure cloud witness in your failover cluster

I’ve blogged previously about the need to configure a quorum witness on failover clusters and now with Windows Server 2016 there’s a great new quorum option – a cloud witness.

SQL Server Data Files in Azure – Part 1 – Creating a database

One of the interesting new features of SQL Server 2014 was being able to place SQL Server database files directly in Azure blob containers. The purpose of this post is to walk you through setting up a database with its data and log files in Azure. In a later post I plan to test the performance..

Cloud adoption vocabulary

The dream of having a single lorry turn up to move every existing IT service to the cloud isn’t going to happen.  Instead, there are several ways organisations are adopting cloud services.

Back to top