This series is to showcase how easy it is to create a new SharePoint 2013 Development platform on Azure.
Part -1 – Shows how to get all the Network, Active Directory and vanilla SharePoint 2013 Development server deployed
Part -2 – Shows logging onto the SharePoint 2013 Development server and getting it ready for your developers
Part 3 – Shows VPN Configuration for Point to Site VPN.
Great, we have the SharePoint 2013 development servers cranking away on Azure and we can connect to it via RDP. But what if there is a need to use Visual Studio, connect to the site locally from the corporate network or from a remote location without RDP. VPN either using Point to Site or Site to Site VPN is the answer. For a development platform, Point to Site VPN is more than sufficient since the scope of visibility of the SharePoint server is confined to a particular developer or a set of developers. Continue reading
This drove me nuts. In spite of deploying User Profile Sync service successfully a million times, once in a while it decides to throw a curve ball. Wouldn’t start. Continue reading
Last week I had the chance to present at two events held in Auckland. TechEd 2014 New Zealand and the Auckland Code Camp. The 3 sessions that I presented focused on Azure and SharePoint 2013 in general. During both the events, I had the opportunity to engage with a wide variety of audiences and was able to get some good discussions around Azure and how a SharePoint 2013 workload fits within the cloud architecture. Continue reading