An explanation of Hyper-V Key Value Pair Exchange for Linux. Includes C++ code listing for a utility to read, write, and remove Hyper-V KVPs on Linux.
Visual Studio can now connect, deploy, and debug C/C++ code on a Linux system. Find out how it can ease your Linux development in conjunction with Hyper-V
Sure, you might have a more normal method of securely formatting a physical disk but here’s how to wipe a hard drive in style using Hyper-V and Kali Linux
Hello everyone! July is behind us and that means it’s time for another edition of our Hyper-V Hot Topics Series! Again, as a reminder, this series focuses on interesting links and news regarding Hyper-V from throughout the previous month, that I’ve found to be helpful and useful. In addition to this, I also like to post my Hyper-V Monday Minute recording from throughout the last month as well. For those that aren’t aware, I put on, what I call the Hyper-V Monday Minute every Monday at 2:00 PM Eastern time where I talk about some topic from the Hyper-V world. I’ve used a number of different formats for this, but have now finalized it on Facebook Live. if your interested in subscribing to that segment, you can do so by liking the Altaro Software facebook page HERE. The idea here is to serve as your one-stop-shop information source… Read More»
It’s that time again for some more highlights from the last month in the world of Hyper-V! Hopefully everyone had a good new year, and we’ll get you started on 2016 with some news from the Microsoft front.
Here are 9 of the Hot Hyper-V Topics from the last month!
Linux doesn’t always run smoothly on Hyper-V. Have you had issues shutting down or restarting a guest using Ubuntu Linux on Hyper-V? Here’s a post from Eric to help you out!
Andy rounds up the hot Hyper-V topics of the moment! A couple of this month’s headlines:
“Hyper-V Scalability in Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2”,
“How Much Memory Does My Hyper-V Host Require?”
and “Generation 2 Virtual Machine Overview”.