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Microsoft on Delivering continuous innovation with Windows Server

Over the years, our conversations with customers about their application and datacenter needs have really evolved, but the one constant is the accelerating pace of change. Digital transformation is changing the way business is done and the most competitive organizations react quickly to new opportunities, which usually involves agile applications. IT leaders frequently ask me […]

Docker and Booz Allen Hamilton Modernize Traditional Apps in Government IT

Existing applications and infrastructure account for the majority of IT spend in maintenance and support. Docker and Booz Allen Hamilton are partnering together to help Federal agencies modernize traditional apps with Docker Enterprise Edition (EE), deploy onto modern infrastructure to save infrastructure and operational costs, increase security and gain workload portability. This program helps accelerate […]

AWS Video: Batch Processing with Containers on AWS

Amazon Web Services
Batch processing is useful when you need to periodically analyze large amounts of data, but configuring and scaling a cluster of virtual machines to process complex batch jobs can be difficult. Containers provide a great solution for running batch jobs by providing easily managed, scalable, and portable code environments. In this tech talk, we’ll show […]

Microsoft Windows Server, Azure, Nano Life cycle Updates

Greg Schulz
Microsoft Windows Server, Azure, Nano and life cycle UpdatesFor those of you who have an interest in Microsoft Windows Server on-premise, on Azure, on Hyper-V or Nano life cycle here are some recently announced updates. Microsoft has announced updates to Windows Server Core and Nano along with semi-annual channel updates (read more here). The synopsis […]

Gartner Identifies the Top Technologies for Security in 2017

Gartner, Inc. today highlighted the top technologies for information security and their implications for security organizations in 2017. Analysts presented their findings during the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, being held here through Thursday. “In 2017, the threat level to enterprise IT continues to be at very high levels, with daily accounts in the […]

Microsoft Announces Virtual Event: Azure OpenDev on June 21st

Whether it is to drive agility, develop new skills, or engage and scale through community, open source is at the core of how developers deliver value in a cloud world. I can clearly see this accelerating through my work on Microsoft Azure. Open source technologies are an integral part of our offerings, and we have […]

Microsoft: Deploying Applications to Azure Container Service

In this blog post I will show you how to setup continuous delivery of a dockerized app by using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to a Kubernetes cluster running in ACS. Azure Container Service (ACS) allows to deploy and manage containers using Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Mesosphere DC/OS orchestrators. You can now deploy these three orchestrators on […]

The ‘SambaCry’ Samba Vulnerability in Containers

There’s a new vulnerability which could affect containerized apps; this time it’s the Samba vulnerability affecting Linux networking. Samba allows non-Windows operating systems to share network shared folders, files, and printers with a Windows operating system. The network security space keeps catching people’s eyes recently with new exploits affecting popular systems. The Windows “WannaCry” ransomware […]

Interop ITX 2017 fireside chat with VMware’s Chris Wolf Video

At Interop ITX 2017 VMware’s CTO of Global Field and Industry, Chris Wolf, conducted a fireside chat with Information Week’s Susan Fogarty around VMware’s customer-centric approach to innovation, containers, cross-cloud operational and management considerations, Internet-of-Things (IoT), the progress of VMware Cloud on AWS, security and more. From the fine folks at VMware TV.

VMware Fireside Chat at Interop ITX 2017

I recently had the pleasure to sit down and chat with Susan Fogarty, editor in chief of InformationWeek, during the Interop ITX 2017 keynote. We talked about a range of topics, including our customer-centric approach to innovation, containers, cross-cloud operational and management considerations, the Internet of Things (IoT), the progress of VMware Cloud on AWS, […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 3rd June 2017

VMware App Volumes Two writable volumes are created for a user Date of Published : 2017/05/31 VMware Horizon Horizon 7 Supported Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) Date of Published: 2017/05/31 VMware Horizon 7 Sizing Limits and Recommendations Date of Published : 2017/05/31 Deployment of Microsoft Office 2013 on Windows 10 with ThinApp 5.x Date of […]

Docker Enterprise Edition enters FIPS certification process

Security is a key pillar of the Docker Enterprise Edition (EE)  platform. From built in features automatically configured out of the box to a new secure supply chain and flexible yet secure configurations that are portable with the app from one environment to another – enabling the most secure infrastructure and applications is paramount. In […]

VMware Helps Customers Maximize Hybrid Cloud Investments with New vRealize Cloud Management Platform

New VMware vRealize Operations 6.6 Introduces Automated Workload Balancing to Proactively Optimize Application and Infrastructure Performance; New Native Operations Management for Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Solutions Powered by VMware vSAN; New VMware vRealize Automation 7.3 Enables DevOps-Ready IT with Enhancements for Containers and Configuration Management Solutions; Deepens Integration with VMware NSX for Day 2 Operations and Improves […]

Microsoft: Tips & Tricks for Writing your Own PowerShell System Monitoring Tool

In simple terms, Monitoring means keeping an eye on something. In an IT context, it means ensuring something like a server doesn’t run out of disk space. It likely means doing this on a scheduled basis – and in truth, it’s something that absolutely can be done by hand. In fact in some cases, it […]

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