Site Migration

I wanted to share some information with you all about the migration of this site to a new location.

What is happening?

I have taken the decision to move the blog to a fully hosted version of the same engine WordPress which powers this blog currently. The current posts have been migrated as well as the comments and the email subscriptions (you should have an email about this).

Why are you doing this?

Over the past two years, my work has given me a more diverse set of skills not just in System Center but also within ConfigMgr. For this reason I felt the blog was starting to grow out of it’s potential¬†here, the migration means I can still blog lots of ConfigMgr but also on other subjects and technologies which I work with on a day to day¬†basis, this will give the blog a wider audience and improve the interaction with the community.

When is this effective from?

This will be the last post on the site however I will be leaving the site here for sometime to allow people to see what has happened. Please feel free to reach out to me on Twitter if you have any questions or concerns. You may find the new blog here: www.martyncoupland.co.uk

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About Martyn

Martyn is one of the Senior Cloud Architects and DevOps Team Leader at one of the worlds leading Cloud Transformation Specialists Inframon. Martyn is responsible for the architecture of some of the largest Azure deployments in EMEA and is a advisor to a many businesses on their strategies. Martyn is a regular speaker at Microsoft events and community events on Azure and DevOps, giving his insight to a growing number of audiences.

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