Windows Server 2016 TP4 and TP5 now support Docker containers. Learn what this means for the future of IT system and application architectures and how to set up and manage a host using Windows PowerShell.
- By Michael Otey
Microsoft announced this week that its Remote Desktop application for Windows 10 clients will be exiting its current preview state in "the next couple of weeks."
Microsoft this week talked more about its Shielded Virtual Machines datacenter security technology.
Today Microsoft announced the commercial availability of its Azure Container Service, while its partner Mesosphere announced the launch of a new open source DC/OS project.
Microsoft indicated late last week that it will build Hyper-V containers natively into Windows 10.
Microsoft's foray into containers will offer two deployment options -- Windows and Hyper-V. This is an exploration of both.
If things do go wrong with your Windows 10 template, here's how to fix it (most of the time).
When creating multiple Windows 10 VMs, you might run into some problems …
Docker, Inc. on Tuesday has released its latest datacenter aimed at application development and container management.
- By John K. Waters
In wake of the acquisition of VMware parent company EMC by Dell, reports are coming in that the company has started mass layoffs.
Microsoft readies new component to its public cloud service that will enable applications requiring massive scalability.
While the process is somewhat similar when expanding physical capacity, there are a few differences to be aware of.
Missing a step could cause data to disappear.
Here's how to get back up and running in minimal time when increasing storage space.
Many approaches taken with physical hardware can work here as well.
Microsoft issued a preview today of its Azure Container Service for public testing.
Keeping the replicas current will ease the backup process if something goes wrong.
Microsoft's latest Windows 10 test build, released this week, supports a preview of a new "nested virtualization" feature.
VMware has released security updates for three significant flaws in vCenter Server and ESXi.
The company that made server virtualization popular is now targeting DevOps with cloud-native containers built on vSphere.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz