There’s a lot of stuff happening now. The Windows Server vNext Preview expires on April 15th and Microsoft is promising a fix … the next preview isn’t out until May (maybe with Ignite on?). There’s rumours of Windows vNext vNext. And there’s talk of open sourcing Windows – which I would hate. Here’s the rest of what’s going on:
- Removing a Missing Network Adapter: A result of moving a VHD without the configuration file.
- Hyper-V and “Event ID: 157 – Disk x has been surprise removed”: Install your updates!!!
- Windows Server vNext Technical Preview Due in May: Mark your diaries.
- Troubleshooting Cluster Shared Volume Recovery Failure – System Event 5142: When CSV recovery does not succeed, an Event 5142 is logged to the System event log.
- Microsoft’s ‘Redstone’ – An update to Windows 10 due in 2016: After Threshold comes Redstone. And after that, Windows “Googly”? Yes, they’ve switched from Halo to Minecraft.
- Service Healing – Auto-recovery of Virtual Machines: How Azure monitors VMs. An interesting read.
- Azure Marketplace is now available to more Enterprise Customers: Some confusing terminology in here.
- Viewing VM Reboot Logs: When and why did your Azure VM reboot?
- Connecting Multiple Networks in Microsoft Azure: A post I wrote for Petri.com
- Azure Site Recovery – Protect from VMware sites or physical servers to Azure: Some techie info on VMware support in ASR.
- Linux Integration Services v4.0 Preview for Microsoft Azure: A preview for CentOS 6.0-6.6, 7.0-7.1 x64 running on Azure.
- March update to Azure RemoteApp: New features and capabilities were added to Azure RemoteApp.