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Download Wayk Now – Instant Remote Support and Remote Desktop – FREE!

Devolutions
Instant Remote Support and Remote Desktop Wayk Now lets you take control of a remote computer, or allow an authorized user to take control of your computer. Wayk Now is free for personal use and currently available on Windows, Max OS X and Linux. Remote Control – Take control of a remote computer, or allow someone […]

A Guide to Getting Started with Terraform for Digital Ocean

Turbonomic
The Hashicorp products are definitely rising in popularity, and with good reason. I recently interviewed Dave McJannet, CEO of Hashcorp, and talked about the overall Hashicorp ecosystem. I’ve used Vagrant to deploy to Digital Ocean in the past which is helpful, but my bet is that you’ll love Terraform even more due to its simplicity […]

Symlinks in Microsoft Windows 10! – Building Apps for WindowsBuilding Apps for Windows

Microsoft
Symlinks, or symbolic links, are “virtual” files or folders which reference a physical file or folder located elsewhere, and are an important feature built in to many operating systems, including Linux and Windows.The Windows’ NTFS file system has supported symlinks since Windows Vista.  However, it hasn’t been easy for Windows developers to create symlinks.  In […]

NEW PRODUCT: Introducing Wayk Now 1.0 – Instant Remote Support and Remote Desktop

Devolutions
As you hopefully know, about three months ago, we introduced Wayk Now. This new tool lets you take control of a remote computer, or allow an authorized user to take control of your computer. It’s perfect for giving or getting remote assistance. Thank You Beta Testers First of all, we want to thank everyone who […]

Swift Web Applications on the AWS Cloud: Quick Start Reference Deployment

Amazon Web Services
Swift is a popular programming language used to write applications for the Apple iOS, OS X, watchOS, and tvOS platforms. This Quick Start uses Vapor as the web framework for running server-side applications written in Swift, and Amazon EC2 Container Service (Amazon ECS) to create a homogeneous, scalable application stack on AWS. The Quick Start […]

New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2016-0017

VMware
Today VMware has released the following new security advisory: “VMSA-2016-0017 – VMware product updates address multiple information disclosure issues” This addresses multiple information disclosure issues (CVE-2016-5328) in VMware Tools (versions 9.x and 10.x) running on Mac OS X VMs and (CVE-2016-5329) in VMware Fusion (versions 8.x). Successful exploitation of these issues may allow a privileged […]

Private Cloud for AWS: 3 Signs It’s Time for Your Own | HPE Helion

HP Enterprise
Imagine you are planning a scenic fall hike through Yosemite: you want to witness the leaves in their fleeting state of fire reds, golden yellows, and warm oranges; you want to capture the last rush of waterfalls before winter, and you can’t leave without a trek up El Capitan. Now imagine you only have one […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 09/24/16

VMware
VMware Horizon 7 Applications and RDS Hosts Are Not Visible After an Upgrade from Horizon 6.2.3 to Horizon 7.x (2146862) Date Published: 9/22/2016 Setting the RDS Host Operating System Version (2146850) Date Published: 9/22/2016 VMware Horizon Client RTAV stops working in Horizon Client after switching the frame size on the client system (2146967) Date Published: […]

VMware: PowerCLI Core Coming to a Fling Near You!

VMware
One of my favorite announcements at VMworld happened to be about PowerCLI, of course! The big announcement was about its future availability on multiple platforms, including Linux and Mac OS X. This functionality has been one of the biggest requests the PowerCLI team has received over the years and it is extremely exciting that it’s […]

Docker + Golang =

Docker
This is a short collection of tips and tricks showing how Docker can be useful when working with Go code. For instance, I’ll show you how to compile Go code with different versions of the Go toolchain, how to cross-compile to a different platform (and test the result!), or how to produce really small container […]
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