Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4 has been released and bring nested virtualization into the game. At the moment it is restricted to Windows 10 10565+ and Windows Server 2016 TP4+ (including nano server) builds and from these operating system/hypervisor as physical host as well.
The technical Preview 4 of Windows Server 2016 has just been released few minutes ago on msdn. Happy downloading ! I’ll post details on the new features included in this release in next posts. msdn download: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/subscriptions/downloads/hh442898.aspx evaluation download: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/evaluate-windows-server-technical-preview
We were waiting for it since the release of azure powershell module 1.0.X. Since that time visual studio required some tweaks to be able to keep deploying ARM templates but here it comes ! The new Azure SDK has just been released and fixes
As a Microsoft employee i have two Azure subscriptions, one from our MSDN subscription like most of our partners as well and an internal subscription. My goal here is to extend my homelab into azure in order to move forward into my hybrid cloud environment.
Azure Powershell version 1.0.1 has been released. it introduces a new verb-noun combination (xxx-AzureRmxxx). See https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azps-1-0-pre/ for more details. As a result visual studio has some issues right now to deploy ARM templates since it has no knowledge at all of these new commands.If you
I have been using a virtual machine for a while to act as router (pfsense) and provide ipsec VPN capabilities for my on premise environment in order to connect to my azure environment. I have decided for convenience to switch to a physical device. My
One of my customers had an issue with it’s software distribution, after deploying multiple secondary sites under the same primary he did send about a thousand packages to these secondary. Unfortunately the primary was not properly configured and the wrong drive was used to store