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Arzan A

Arzan A

Arzan has 7+ years of experience in Microsoft Infrastructure technology stack including setting up Windows servers, Designing Active Directory and managing various domain services, Hyper-V virtualization with skills in Cloud Computing. As a Cloud Solution Architect at CloudThat, he is responsible for deploying, supporting and managing client infrastructures on Azure. Having core training and consulting experience, he is also involved in delivering training to corporate and individuals on Azure. His training and consulting experience includes volunteering with many organizations including Indian Army, which has also appreciated his efforts towards technical consulting and quality of work. He has also worked for technical writing projects on Microsoft technologies like Server Clustering and Hyper-V. He holds a MCSE (Server Track). Other certification includes CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker), VCA-DCV (Datacenter Virtualization – Associate), CTT+ (Certified Technology Trainer).


Quick Guide for Processing GPS Data with Azure Stream Analytics: Geo-spatial Functions

Posted on May 2, 2017 by Arzan A | Comments(0)

Tracking the location of a vehicle has become a very common task carried out by various industries like transport and logistics. But as the world is rushing towards smart solutions in every aspect, it requires much more than just tracking a vehicle. I always say “Data is money”. This stands true even for GPS data which can open an ocean of opportunities for building up smart solutions for fleet management, logistics, automobile remote monitoring / maintenance, security, weather forecast, etc.

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Migration Tale of Databases – 6 Reasons to move from Oracle to Microsoft SQL

Posted on April 14, 2016 by Arzan A | Comments(0)

As far as I have seen, there are majorly two types of DBAs. The one who favor the Oracle and the others who favor Microsoft SQL. Each of the database systems are very well tested and designed with years of improvement done with experience. They share a long listing of similarities but also few differences which makes the software and system architects choose one from the two.

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