If you missed the webinar ‘4 Important Azure IaaS features’, you can find the session recording along with the slide deck plus more questions answered here.
Additional questions answered from our webinar explaining how to migrate to VMware designed for Hyper-V users. Also here: webinar recording and slide deck.
When Windows Server 2016 was released last year, one of the features that I myself, and much of the community were excited about was the new installation option called Nano Server. The way I’ve always described Nano Server is that it’s like Windows Server Core, but on steroids. It is a completely gutted, only-what-you-need installation option, and it’s an installation option that really talked to my Linux and open-source roots. I loved the idea of having only what was absolutely necessary installed on a server, not just because of the attack surface reduction, but because of the reduction in software to maintain on the system as well. I remember running Gentoo Linux on some systems simply because it was a “compile from source” type of distribution and I loved the idea of again, only installing the needed bits, and with Nano Server I felt like we had arrived at… Read More»
Revisit Altaro’s Nano Server webinar with Andrew Mason from Microsoft. Check out the recording and the top questions that were asked by the audience!
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Revisit Altaro’s Windows Server 2016 Licensing webinar with MVP’s Andy Syrewicze and Thomas Maurer. Check out the recording with question and answer here!
I’ve been prepping for a lot of different speaking engagements coming up in the next few months and a very hot topic these days is the use of PowerShell and automation, when it comes to Hyper-V. With this in mind, I’ve prepped the below script for some of these upcoming discussions, and wanted to share it with the community so that it’ll be of help to some people.