We’re entering the laid-back days of Summer. There isn’t much Azure IaaS news, but we’re after quality, not quantity. June was a good news month for those of us using Microsoft Azure.
I predicted that the Build conference would give us lots of Azure news. In one respect, I was right; there was lots of news.
In this second part, I’ll look at how to manage Linux and Windows systems remotely using PowerShell Core.
In the first part of this two-part series, I’ll show you how to get started with PowerShell Core for managing heterogenous cloud environments.
Aidan Finn discusses what Azure Active Directory Authentication for Azure Linux virtual machines is, how to configure it, and how to login.
In this Ask the Admin, I’ll show you how to access an Azure Windows Server virtual machine using the serial console independently of the OS and network.
Aidan Finn shows you how to access an Azure Windows or Linux virtual machine console using serial access when you can no longer log in using RDP or SSH over the network.
Microsoft recently stunned a lot of people by announcing that Service Fabric, the platform upon which many of Microsoft’s cloud services are built, was being released under MIT open-source licensing.
Month 3 of 2018 brought us some interesting news in Azure IaaS. Some things that have been in the oven for a while are starting to rise and there’s lots more evidence of the new and open Microsoft.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith discusses why Puppet and DSC together is often the best configuration management solution in mixed Windows/Linux environments.
In this Ask the Admin, I’ll look at what you can do with Bash and the Windows Subsystem for Linux in Windows 10 and Windows Server 1709.
Aidan Finn discusses things you should consider when designing an Azure App Service deployment.
It’s a new year and it’s time for new things. This month I’m starting a monthly series to summarize some notable things that have happened in Azure IaaS.