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36 comments

Dawid Kaminski 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Bitclocker is too unreliable to just not store recovery key – million reasons when Bitlocker "detected" hardware change and needed it – simple things like docking stations were triggering it quite often

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Ryan Laseter 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

"That's not how that works" I love that 😂

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Ryan Laseter 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Uh huh, the pain 😂

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Serge Vinogradoff 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Or you log into Chef and it does the same thing (auto-setup). I've programmed in Ruby since 2012 professionally. And I actually want to do less and less stuff manually over time. Once you get a tested script that does what you want you basically never think about that problem (you automated) again. It's all good and there is no reason to freak out. Because you spend less time on repetitive stuff you know how to do and you start figuring out new problems.

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Sladeofdark 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

He is wrong. I love the sys admin field. It will get renamed again and again (Site reliability Engineering, etc.) , but I see no scenario in the next 30 years where System Engineers/ Admins are going obsolete. I do all of the platforms mention in this video and I have more work ahead of me the next 10 years, than I know what to do with. The end user experience is definitely becoming more simplified, and Deskside I.T. guys are going to have to learn new skills. But Intune, SCCM, Azure guys like myself are super cushy for a while.

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Ed Draper 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

I write scripts to create entire data centers in the cloud… They're called SDDCs (Software Defined Data Center), and they work well. Really well.

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Steve Spence 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

well, still where is all the automation. all automation is an excuse for giving me additional responsibility

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Chuck Norres 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

I haven't officially worked in it still a student but I was the system administrator of my school along with that I helped so many family friends and even random people with their computers that I know the pain I feel the pain

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Qharisma 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Bro … I literally had a user break a laptop in half today … smh.

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Ben 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

this would be cool for ubuntu or other linux distros.

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cerebrix 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

I've been saying this for 2 years. It gets even worse when you bring deep learning ai models into play to do the simple fixes. There's only so much that can go wrong with a computer. It's a matter of weeks until we hear some startup say "hey we have a cloud based, IT Admin ai you can use". I started my tech career 28 years ago. I've worked in various roles. But I'm done with IT and moving into content creation. That's something at least for now, they can't automate. Honestly I wont miss it. I hated most of my users and I look forward to not having to be fake nice to racist, classist, corporate people anymore.

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Michael J. Salzbrenner 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Sooner or later we will have to recognize that the "cloud" is just someone else's machine, and as a result of all this "magic", no one owns anything anymore. Microsoft, Google, and Amazon possess everything and the lowly plebs get to pay them an ever increasing expense for the privilege of accessing everything that used to be our own. Soon to be tirelessly jacked directly into your brain recording every moment of your existence. Our data, our individualism, our sanity, our lives, and our souls, subjugated by the collective. You know, for "security". You will be assimilated. And you asked for it. So sad.

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Shameer Mulji 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

With this push to automating the IT infrastructure, is it worth for someone to go to college or university to get a diploma or degree in IT o Systems Administration? Or dos a degree in computer science have a better long-term future?

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lee x 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

They can't actually buy any laptop they have to make sure it the machine comes with Windows 10 Pro of the machine for that work at home Option and it's a corporate machine option become available

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Gull Lars 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Very interesting, but regarding regular office normie users. Developers may need to be local admins, and have a lot of local configuration and environment state work which is a non-trivial productivity loss if you "just whipe it". Sure, if you're doing cloud native development or working on modern green-field projects, or projects that have adopted continuous deployment that may be possible to work around without a big productivity loss, but for a lot of SMB and corporate that is not yet the case, and legacy products/projects will continue to exist for a long time.

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Colton Morey 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

I not only cried by 5:30 I am currently in the middle of re-imaging a machine cause of that reason…

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Jose Soto 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Well it’s the future but way into the future. Many company’s are cheap and lazy to change. Don’t touch that windows vista desktop in the corner please. Running our company for the last 20 years

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tolpacourt 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

This video is an argument against Windows. I agree 100%.

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DMalenfant1 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

shrug* the idiots that buy macs are the same idiots that will pay a mechanic at Tires Plus $80 to screw a nut and bolt on to a catalytic converter under their car.

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Uraxii 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Yeah. I'm trying to get photos off a dying hard drive for my grandmother's friend right now. It's actually a nightmare.

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Veiled 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Regardless of AI, it / tech support isn’t going to stay in house for long. learn to code.

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Leonard Grant 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

I am working for a large international company and local IT is dying like crazy. Management is just trying to transfer every task to India a trying to do anything everything remotely as much as possible. That is why I trying to learn new stuff and do other professions.

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Hector Santana 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

great video. thanks!

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Blaise Keller 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

You can deploy thin clients on a 6 meg connection. I worked on one for several years.

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Stefsinn 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Cloud?! HA!!! Welcome to Germany aka the rice fields!

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P. Wingert 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

My favorite of all time was: "I need 11 copies of Base installed on this machine because I need a different screen colour for each department"

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Trent Whaley 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Multipath as an end to IT? … uhh… no… what it actually does is generate a lot of service calls to investigate why the site (or worse, every end user) is suddenly using the metered connection and wracking up the phone bill. (but fortunately not site down calls). Just like RAID, it turns an outage into a routine service call, but does not eliminate the service call.

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Kent Wong 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Great video but I wanted to chime in…. Corporate Enterprise IT has been slowly dwindling because of software automation suites. I worked as a developer on an enterprise solution that essentially automated "The Active Directory Guys". Previous clients over the years would shrink a lot of their IT staff because menial AD tasks or etc was 100% automated. i.e. Onboard, offboard. IT Techs should start migrating towards DevOps. Just as much pay or more…sometimes even more than what devs get paid depending on your market/area

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Ron Alcasid 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

The best thing I’ve done to fix my parents PC problems is to replace it with a Chromebox.

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TaoistAndroid 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

What are you talking about in regards to migrating Android devices being a dumpster fire. I think even before the Pixel line, google has implemented a solution where you connect your phones via wire, effectively making your old phone a new copy of an old device. This may be an issue on other android devices, but Google has little control over their implementations of migrating devices.

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Joel Johnston 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Love your feeds, you’re obviously very talented, so please take this with the good intention that comes with it. I worked with a software expert (by anyone’s definition,)for a number of years that predicted IT would be dead within five years. That was 8 years ago and our corporate IT has yet to wither away. Automation doesn’t end jobs, it simply changes what you spend your time doing. Are we doing less manual minutia? Yes. Are we automating desktop, server, vm, (and now container) deployments? Yes. Are we using SaaS to simplify tasks such as monitoring and alerting? Yes. Do some get laid off when they don’t adapt to doing these new things in the new fashion? Yes. All of that automation has come to fruition where I work and yet I’m busier than I’ve ever been. Why? When the business is able to do more faster, they do more faster. It’s called competitive edge. It’s easy to see something new and think, wow I won’t have to do that anymore soon and worry about when the axe is going to drop. However a conscientious IT pro knows that where something old is phasing out, something new is brewing elsewhere. If you’re on your game, you’re not surprised to see fully automated container ecosystems get deployed from beginning to end by the developers. Knowing that in advance you then realize how important it is for you to help them ensure that network connectivity is maintained, that backups and dummy restorations are taking place and automated, and that the application is performing in the cloud optimally at a competitive cost. Sure these tasks aren’t what we had to do ten years ago, but it’s a good thing that I’m not the bottleneck between my dev teams and the servers anymore. Now I’m a steward of the cloud, how it is networked, how it is secured, how logging is being managed en masse. And as kubernetes sweeps the earth, I know I have to learn how to maintain that environment and the ecosystem that surrounds it as well. So IT isn’t going anywhere because of automation, it’s just going to change and be expected to do more faster over time.

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Luis Mediavilla 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Now you setup ipads using the MDM, you write the policies etc… there is always something todo.

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Satoshi Analysis 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

BitcoinSV is the real bitcoin

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MKeehlify 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Same things happening in financial world. First we tried to optimization as much as we can and now ware are trying to automate to remain competitive.

For me personally, snap/flatpak helps to move from one computer to the next even if there are different desktop environments on the new computer. I backup everything using cloud and local seaweedfs. I encrypt everything myself.

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Eren Kaslte 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Maybe cloud computing engineer is the way and running servers.

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Someguyonline 14/10/2021 - 7:15 Chiều

Having been in the IT field for 15 years I have seen the writing on the wall for a while now. I created a system for ease of use with fail safe systems for dummys and outside issues and even a little automation. Well turns out I made the system so good the tech savvy folks there decided they didn't need me to maintain and push the system further as it was so "easy" to work it and maintain it. Honestly I see IT moving to a few MSP and cloud based services and eventually even the MSP give way to the cloud services and support.

As for helping folks….well its like being a mechanic(I was one of those too) you find out everyone wants to be your friend. Its like winning the lottery and you will meet all kinds of new "family" and "friends" ….

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