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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 of a..

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.

Coeo achieves Gold Cloud Competency for Microsoft Azure

We’re excited to announce that Microsoft have awarded us Gold Cloud Competency.

Azure Automation Pt.1 - Automation solutions for ETL in the Cloud

The aim of this article is to provide a high-level overview of Extract, Transform and Load processes in Azure. Throughout the post, I will share my own experience working with Azure Data Factory and Automation over the last few months, and this blog will act as a primer for future posts, where I..

Should cloud services just be called...cloud services?

Ever since cloud services appeared, we’ve heard about their different types: Platform as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service etc.  While those terms help us understand a service’s capabilities – and traditional target audience – I wonder whether those terms have now been overtaken by the pace of..

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