Cloud Solutions

Hier bloggen sepago Experten über: Cloud Solutions

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Methoden, Mind-Set und Organisationskultur (Teil 2/6)

„Culture eats digital strategy for breakfast!“ (In Anlehnung an P. Drucker)

Made in Germany zeichnet Unternehmen und Manager mit Ambitionen, Leidenschaft und Innovationsdrang aus. Nun ist zu beobachten, dass die deutsche Wirtschaft gesättigt ist und sich auf Erfolgen der Vergangenheit ausruht. Droht so „Made in Germany“ zu „Made by China“ zu werden? Chinesische Forscher veröffentlichen mittlerweile genauso viele Fachartikel zum Thema KI wie amerikanische. Die globalen KI Hubs &

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Angewandte Künstliche Intelligenz: Klare Sicht in der industriellen Revolution 4.X (Teil 1/6)

„KI ist die neue Elektrizität.“ (A. Ng)

Ähnlich, wie die Erfindung des Computer Chips, ist die KI-Technologie (Künstliche Intelligenz) heute in der Lage, jede Branche zu verändern. Die Entwicklung und Einführung von KI-Technologie beginnt lange vor der technologischen Implementierung. Es ist jedem Unternehmen möglich, dem in dieser Blog-Serie vorgestellten Konzept zu folgen und ein starkes KI-Unternehmen zu werden.

Die Künstliche Intelligenz als General Purpose Technology (GPT), ist ähnlich bedeutend wie Information und Kommunikationstechnologien (ICT) Brachen-unabhängig und für eine Vielzahl von Anwendungen einsetzbar.

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BitLocker: How to configure BitLocker Drive Encryption on Windows 10 Clients in Microsoft Intune

The cloud-based Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution in Microsoft Intune gives mobile users the power to work productively from anywhere. At the same time, it must be ensured for the companies that the company data is protected independently of location, in particular through the consideration of the DSVO. To keep your corporate data secure, whether your administrative infrastructure is local or in the cloud, most organizations use a form of hard-disk encryption such as Microsoft BitLocker.

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Publish your solution to the Azure Marketplace

Publishing own solutions to the Azure Marketplace seems to be very easy by using the documentation on To avoid any pitfalls I wrote down some insights about my first approach. In this blog, I will focus on “Azure Applications”

The Cloud Partner Dashboard

Make sure that you have access to the Cloud Partner Portal at In my case, I use my coopered credentials to log in.
Assign your Dev Center account details via Publisher Profile:

I had some trouble doing this.

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Why configuring Azure AD authentication with an Azure Web App fails

I spent hours today adding Azure AD authentication to an Azure MVC web application with Visual Studio. I always got the same error while adding the preconfigured AD application:

“Error: Unable to query for Azure AD applications: An error occurred while processing this request.”

My account has the right permission in Azure AD – I thought. After a while I found out: Visual Studio was connected to my Azure AD with three different accounts:


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Deploy an Azure Functional App as an interface to Log Analytics / Azure Monitor


Microsoft offers with Log Analytics a cloud-based big data service. Log Analytics is used by several services (including Azure itself) to log and analyze data. It’s a core component of Azure Monitor and Application Insights.

Log Analytics key facts:

  •  Cloud-based
  • No data aggregation
  • Pay per upload and data retention
  • Powerful query language (kql: <>)
  • Direct support for visualization on

I use Log Analytics for several projects where data aggregation and analyzation are main tasks.

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Creating devices for Azure IoT Hub with SAS token automatically

A few weeks ago, I started an IoT project with a company responsible for a huge amount of different buildings around the world. We deployed several virtual and physical sensors in Azure IoT Hub. Doing this we had three challenges:

  • Deploy new IoT devices in Azure IoT hub in a batch
  • Generate SAS tokens for these IoT devices
  • Generate SAS tokens even if a device still exist in Azure IoT Hub

The requirement of batch processing avoids the use of the Device Explorer to generate SAS token.

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OneDrive PowerShell Module – Added support for OneDrive for Business

More than two years ago, I created my PowerShell module to access OneDrive. This module can be installed with a one-liner from

Again, I was asked to support OneDrive for Business and finally, I’m ready: From version 2.0.0 OneDrive for Business is supported.


I provide the complete documentation on GitHub, where I will maintain it:


Here is the summary of version 2.0.0:


The OneDrive PowerShell module is available via

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Win32 Application deployment with Microsoft Intune

In Orlando there have been many announcements as well as new functions in various cloud technologies regarding Microsoft Ignite. The announcement of Win32 App support was especially interesting for me. Until now it was possible to provide single MSI files for Windows 10 clients with Microsoft Intune, excluding .exe files. Unfortunately, only few hosts’ applications unpacked in MSI files exist. Also, the available .exe files could not be provided via MS Intune so far.

So far,

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Working with the OneDrive PowerShell Module

Recently I got some questions on how to work with my PowerShell module for OneDrive. Therefor, I put together some examples.

Remember: The OneDrive module is for OneDrive personal and doesn’t work with OneDrive business / Sharepoint.

First: Register an app (authentication) for OneDrive:

Authenticate to OneDrive

Show files and folders

Create new folder in OneDrive

Copy files from local to OneDrive

Copy file from OneDrive to local disk

Delete file in OneDrive