I have been having fun with these Windows Server 2012 haikus… here’s another for the collection! –M Advanced Storage Needs Storage Spaces next gen RAID Volumes grow with ease
I still have a couple of haiku from my session last week… here’s one to end the week with! –M Shared Nothing migrate VMs move effortlessly Hosts can stand alone
This will be my last haiku on Windows Server 2012 of the week. It has been a great week that has best been experienced seventeen syllables at a time. However if you want to experience true greatness, download the eval of Windows Server 2012 and see for yourself the power of the cloud OS! Today’s … Continue reading Haiku is the greatest form of flattery
Earlier this week I set out to write a haiku about Windows Server 2012. I came up with several, and promised to publish one every day for a couple of weeks. Today’s theme is Hyper-V Replica! --- Virtual Machines Replicate them site to site Sidestep disasters
Following my first two published haikus on Windows Server 2012, I got my first couple of submissions from you! Sean Kearney, Canada’s foremost PowerShell MVP and overall enthusiast, sent me a few poems of his own. Here is the first, with two more coming (thus far, and for those of us who know Sean, there … Continue reading The Haikus continue–You are getting in on it!
Yesterday I began my journey to improve the world through haikus about Windows Server 2012. Here is my second Windows Server 2012 haiku! And remember… if you like the poem, you will love the product! Download your evaluation copy today! Also… if you have a poem about Windows Server, Hyper-V, Windows 8, or Office 2013 … Continue reading The Haiku Goes On…
In 2009 there was a contest to write haiku about Windows Server 2008R2. On Monday I was in a meeting with a colleague who reminded me of this, and I went back to my blog to see if I could find my original entries (A Windows 2008 R2 Haiku!). It got me thinking… what would … Continue reading Windows Server 2012 Haiku
This came across my Twitter feed today and made me laugh: Haikus are easy But sometimes they don’t make sense Refrigerator It made me laugh, and it’s Friday… so let’s call this the Friday Funny! Have a great week-end everyone!