Author: Eric Siron
When it comes to computing, we always have another way. Sometimes, we have so many ways that you can become paralyzed with indecision. This article gives some clear guidelines for the usage of containers and virtual machines as well as a look at Nano Server’s place in the world.
So you’ve installed Hyper-V, now what? Here’s 7 steps to get you get up and running in no time and set yourself on the path to Hyper-V greatness. Includes basic steps to setting up a VM, configuring settings, basic networking tips and next steps.
Introducing the newly-announced Windows Server 2019 public preview. Covers the new features and includes a discussion on their impact. Should you be excited or worried about the next installment of Windows Server?
Not everyone has the option of paying for enhanced Hyper-V control software. Fortunately, you can set up your own template system without paying for more than you already have.
Should Hyper-V be in the domain? Can Hyper-V host its own domain controller? Eric Siron confronts some potentially crippling myths about Hyper-V and domain controllers in this video and also boots up an instance to put these mistruths to rest
Traditionally, the preferred choice for a cluster quorum witness has been some type of networked disk. Small SAN LUNs do the trick nicely. Things have changed a bit, increasing the viability of the file share witness. You can configure one easily in a few simple steps.