The 7th edition of the ‘Twelve Days of Blog-mas’ focuses on architecture visuals, providing references for your own documentation. It offers insights into Azure Architectures, Microsoft Intune, Co-management, and Windows 365. It also suggests tools like Visio for creating your own visuals.
Unveiling the 7th Day of Blog-mas: Architecture Visuals
On the seventh day of Blog-mas, Microsoft Community Hub presents a gift to all tech-savvy enthusiasts – Architecture Visuals. This feature enables you to either reference Microsoft’s visuals or create your own documents.
Microsoft’s Michael Hildebrand has introduced an exciting update for visual learners. The update includes high-level architecture for Microsoft Intune, Azure Architectures, and Windows 365 high-level architecture diagram.
“I am a visual learner – so I love these!” – Michael Hildebrand
The major updates include a new Apps Workload slider in Co-management. This slider is designed to enhance your experience and provide a more intuitive interface.
Apps Workload Slider in Co-management
The Apps Workload slider is a significant update, aiming to streamline your navigation process. It’s a feature that is sure to excite any tech enthusiast.
What’s Important to Know?
One of the key aspects of this update is the ability to create your own visuals. If you’re a fan of Visio, icons, and graphics, this feature is for you.
“I like Visio, icons and graphics to help me make sense of things…” – Michael Hildebrand
In conclusion, the 7th day of Blog-mas brings a gift that caters to visual learners, offering high-level architecture visuals and the ability to create your own. It’s a day of celebration for all tech-savvy enthusiasts.