As of this morning, all shipped cumulative updates (+ all localizations) of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 and 2017 are available as Docker images in the Docker Hub, ready for execution on a Windows system with Docker installed. Continue reading
Some months ago, a colleague tried to convince me that Docker was the new black and I really had to look at that.
Today, we have started deploying Official Microsoft Docker Images to the Docker Hub – https://hub.docker.com/r/microsoft/dynamics-nav/ and over the next days, all CUs and all country versions for NAV 2016 and NAV 2017 will be published on Docker Hub (Please read the description at the Docker Hub site) Continue reading
With the release of iOS 10, Apple have changed the way self-signed certificates works and since self-signed certificates are a vital part of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Demo Environment setup, I thought I would describe how to connect to a Demo Environment, signed by a self-signed certificate from an iPad or an iPhone. Continue reading
Lately, a number of ISVs have asked me this question:
If you where me, what would you do?
To give the question a little context, we are talking about Solutions, Customizations, Extensions, Modifications or whatever name you use. We are talking On-prem, Hosted, Managed Service, Dynamics 365 for financials.
What is the magic bullet? What should the ISV do in order to make sure that you are ready for the future, without wasting a lot of time. Continue reading
Over the last weeks I have gotten an increasing number of inquiries around MFA. To be honest, I had never tried to setup MFA before, but that didn’t stop me from answering.
My typical answer would be the following:
NAV itself does not have any knowledge about multi factor authentication, but we do support claims based authentication through authentication providers and if these authentication providers are setup for MFA, then NAV should support MFA through the authentication provider.
Having answered the same thing a number of times, I decided it was time to try it out. Continue reading
This post is #3 in a series of posts about performance testing.
Post #1 was all about setting up an instance of NAV on Azure and get perf tests up running.
Post #2 was all about scaling the number of users and running multi-tenancy.
But what actually happens when running perf tests? Continue reading