Category: Microsoft Azure

Nov 09

Microsoft Azure PowerShell v5.0 is available!

Microsoft Azure PowerShell version 5.0.0 is available. This is a breaking change release. Please see the migration guide for a full list of introduced breaking changes. Note: This repository (GitHub) contains a set of PowerShell cmdlets for developers and administrators to develop, deploy and manage Microsoft Azure applications.

Continue reading »

Advertisement

Sep 28

Hyper-V 2016 New Features – VMs (Part 2)

Hyper-V is the Microsoft’s virtualization platform that allows creating virtual infrastructures under Windows and/or Linux (Hyper-V 2016 Overview and Architecture Guide). Hyper-V 2016 version has been improved by Microsoft then they released a lot of new features such as network, installation mode, Nano Server, Virtual Machines and Security, administration, Nested Virtualization, QoS for storage, rolling …

Continue reading »

Advertisement

Aug 22

Hyper-V 2016 New Features – Network (Part 1)

Hyper-V is the Microsoft’s virtualization platform that allows creating virtual infrastructures under Windows and/or Linux (Hyper-V 2016 Overview and Architecture Guide). Hyper-V 2016 version has been improved by Microsoft then they released a lot of new features such as network, installation mode, Nano Server, Virtual Machines and Security, administration, Nested Virtualization, QoS for storage, rolling …

Continue reading »

Advertisement

May 21

VeeamON New Orleans – Veeam Availability Suite 10 – Some new features announced!

In the upcoming Veeam Availability Suite v10 release (Veeam Backup & Replication 10 and Veeam One v10), Veeam announced some new features. Note: Veeam B&R 10 should be available in Q3 of 2017. This week, I participated at VeeamON 2017 in New Orleans (United States) as Veeam Vanguard. It was the world’s premier availability event. …

Continue reading »

Apr 01

Hyper-V 2016 Overview and Architecture

Hyper-V is the Microsoft’s virtualization platform that allows creating virtual infrastructures under Windows and/or Linux. Virtualization makes it possible to cohabit in isolation several operating systems on the same physical server (Hypervisor). Virtualization takes place on the same hardware platform after installing specific software – hypervisor. The hypervisor is an additional layer between physical and …

Continue reading »